Blade Runner 2049: Denis Villeneuve details the creative process of the film

Cinema 13 February, 2017

In an interview for Variety, Denis Villeneuve detailed the creative process of his next film: Blade Runner 2049.
With Blade Runner 2049, whose role Dave Bautista has played a very cool role , Denis Villeneuve will have the heavy task of succeeding Ridley Scott and his cult film of 82. One of the highlights of the film was his visual identity that the filmmaker attempted To respect as he confided in an interview for Variety “For Blade Runner 2049, we did everything to turn inside, to build everything.” The director of photography Roger Deakins was incredible when he “I was able to count on the fingers of one hand the number of green bottoms used during these lesser shoots!”
The director then added “Of course, there will be CGIs, but we tried to limit them, I’m someone old enough, I wanted to make my aliens in animatronics, it was my dream with Premier Contact And my director of photography, in which we dreamed of putting enormous gigantic beasts in aquariums and moved by puppeteers, but unfortunately it was too expensive . This should reassure future audiences: in Blade Runner 2049, in which a character from the original film could be cast , Denis Villeneuve will put a maximum on special effects “by hand” with a minimum of green funds and digital additions. What do you think ?