July 26, 2007 / 5:07 AM / 10 years ago

"Blade Runner" returns, definitively

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<p>Harrison Ford in a scene from the 1982 film "Blade Runner" in an image courtesy of Warner Bros. Director Ridley Scott is working on a "definitive" new version of his science-fiction classic.Handout</p>

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Director Ridley Scott is working on a "definitive" new version of his science-fiction classic "Blade Runner."

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"Blade Runner: The Final Cut" will get a brief theatrical run in Los Angeles and New York, beginning October 5, before its December 18 DVD release through Warner Home Video.

Scott went back into postproduction to complete the new version of the film, which has been restored and remastered from original elements and contains never-before-seen and extended scenes. The film also includes new and improved special effects, director and filmmaker commentary and an all-new Dolby Digital audio track. Three DVD editions are coming to stores, in two-, four- and five-disc configurations.

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter

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