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2048: Nowhere To Run (2017)



2048: Nowhere to Run (known in China and Taiwan as 2048: No Escape or 2048: Nowhere to Escape; alternatively known as Blade Runner 2048[1]) is a 2017 American neo-noir science fiction short film acting as a prequel to the feature film Blade Runner 2049 and the sequel to the short film 2036: Nexus Dawn. It is one of three such prequels, alongside Blade Runner Black Out 2022 and 2036: Nexus Dawn. The short was released on September 16, 2017, approximately three weeks before the release of the feature film, and features Dave Bautista as Blade Runner 2049 character Sapper Morton, alongside Orion Ben. The film was written by Hampton Fancher and Michael Green, who also wrote the feature film, and directed by Luke Scott, whose father Ridley Scott directed the original Blade Runner and is executive producer on the sequel Blade Runner 2049.




2048: Nowhere to Run (2017)



On August 29, 2017, it was announced that Denis Villeneuve had selected various filmmakers to direct three short films exploring incidents that occurred between the events of Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049. The second film, 2048: Nowhere to Run is directed by Luke Scott, and follows Nexus-8 replicant Sapper Morton as he protects a mother and daughter from thugs. Scott previously directed 2036: Nexus Dawn.[3]


2048: Nowhere To Run (known in China and Taiwan as 2048: No Escape or 2048: Nowhere To Escape; alteratively known as Blade Runner 2048) is a 2017 American neo-noir science fiction short film acting as a prequel to the feature film Blade Runner 2049 and the sequel to short film 2036: Nexus Dawn; it was released on August 30, 2017, approximately five weeks before the release of the feature film and features Dave Bautista as Blade Runner 2049 character Sapper Morton, alongside Orion Ben. The film was written by Hampton Fancher and Michael Green, who also wrote the feature film and directed by Luke Scott, whose father Ridley Scott directed the original Blade Runner and is executive producer on the sequel Blade Runner 2049.


On August 29, 2017, it was announced that Denis Villeneuve had selected various filmmakers to direct three short films exploring incidents that occurred between the events of Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049. The second film, 2048: Nowhere To Run is directed by Luke Scott and follows replicant Sapper Morton as he protects a mother and daughter from thugs. Scott previously directed 2036: Nexus Dawn.


"Don't like my offer, you're welcome to try somewhere else." Warner Bros has unveiled another new promo short film for Blade Runner 2049, a prequel this time set one year before the new movie takes place. A few weeks ago, they unveiled a short titled "2036: Nexus Dawn" featuring Jared Leto's character Niander Wallace talking about manufacturing replicants again. This next new short film is titled "2048: Nowhere To Run" and features Dave Bautista as an outlaw replicant named Sapper. He goes out into the streets of Los Angeles 2048 to sell some replicant leeches, but he loses control when he sees a mother and her child being threatened. I love these short film promos, they're exciting and the perfect way to bring us all back to this world. In the intro, Denis Villeneuve mentions there's three of these short films, so there's one more to come after this one. And only a few more weeks left until this hits theaters. For now - watch below & enjoy.


2048: Nowhere to Run ist ein US-amerikanischer Kurzfilm von Luke Scott. Zusammen mit den Kurzfilmen Blade Runner Black Out 2022 und 2036: Nexus Dawn dient er als Prequel zum Spielfilm Blade Runner 2049 von Regisseur Denis Villeneuve. Der Film wurde am 16. September 2017 von Warner Bros. über YouTube veröffentlicht. Er befindet sich auch auf der Blu-ray-Veröffentlichung von Blade Runner 2049.


In futuristic 2048 Los Angeles, the combat medic Nexus-8 replicant, Sapper Morton, heads to the city centre to sell his high-protein artificial nematodes, one year before the events of Blade Runner 2049 (2017). But there, gentle Morton catches the attention of a sadistic group of thugs who, after trying to assault his homeless friend, Ella, and her mother, lure him into a trap, forcing him to engage in a deadly fight. However, as Sapper flees the scene, someone in the shadows has witnessed everything. Is Morton's future at stake?


Until the release of the new Blade Runner 2049, fans will have to enjoy the high-octane prologue films, including the latest, called 2048: Nowhere to Run. It plops us down in the middle of the action and features Sapper Morton (Dave Bautista) as an outlaw Replicant in hiding who has to risk everything to save an innocent life in a crime-infested Los Angeles market.


Life on Earth one year before the events of Blade Runner 2049 (2017) has reached its limit and society divides between replicant and human. Wallace rose to prominence on his company with solution to global food shortages, submitting for approval his latest replicant the Nexus 9. This film introduces a new and imposing replicant character by the name of Sapper Morton, a replicant that unleashes his true power when he sees his loved ones in trouble.


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