Ryan Gosling is a man unserious demand these days – not surprising considering his undeniable ability to send female pulses racing, and now reports are surfacing that The Notebook star could be set to join the sequel to Ridley Scott’s Sci-Fi cult classic, Blade Runner.
Rumours of a possible Blade Runner sequel have been making the rounds for several decades since the original’s release in 1982, and now it’s looks likely that Gosling will take his place alongside Harrison Ford, who has confirmed he’ll be returning for the sequel.
Directed this time by Prisoners (2013) visionary Denis Vileneuve, and with Ridleu Scott taking up Executive Producer duties, the much anticipated sequel will take place decades after the original that was set in a dystopian Los Angeles.
Nothing is yet known about the plot or who’s Gosling will play, but it is likely to once again centre around Ford’s character of Rick Deckard.
With Ford set to star in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens which its cinemas this Christmas, as well as recently announcing his intention to star in another Indiana Jones sequel, a release date for the Blade Runner sequel is yet to be announced – though it could be sometime yet.