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Blade Runner 2049 coming to San Diego for Comic Con: How about you, Ryan Gosling? #book2movies

Ryan Gosling as K in Blade Runner 2049 is featured on the cover of the upcoming issue of Empire Online. While the neon colors, in line with the look of the director's vision for the film, are arresting, I prefer the front view. But then, when it's Ryan Gosling, I always do. You can file that under the hashtag #agingfangirl

Gosling had some cryptic words for Empire Online about the upcoming Blade Runner 2049. 
“The world has become more brutal. People are trying to survive. [K] discovers a mystery that makes him question his own identity, and Deckard is the only one who can answer those questions.”

Blade Runner 2049, the sequel to the film based on Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? starring Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, and Jared Leto hits theaters on October 6th. 

If you're going to Comic Con, look for a preview in San Diego's Gaslight district featuring art from the movie plus, according to Empire OnLine 

an Oculus-powered VR experience further immersing visitors into the world, and even neon-lit streets where they’ll be tested to see if they’re humans or replicants. The Spinner, the infamous car from the Blade Runner film, will also be on display.
The Blade Runner Experience will be open to the public (no Comic-Con badge required) from July 20th – 23rd from 10 am – 7 pm Thursday – Friday, open an hour earlier on Saturday, and closing an hour earlier on Sunday.
If I thought there was a chance in hell Ryan Gosling would be at Comic Con, I might actually go. No, I wouldn't. The 3 day event attracts over 125,000 movie nerds, er, film buffs! Way too many people for me. My son is going this year so I'll settle for living vicariously. Isn't that what kids are for?