Blade Runner 2049 final trailer exposes more plot, keeps more surprises
The final trailer for Blade Runner 2049 is here.
The action packed trailer that runs for two minutes and 33 seconds exposes more story plot and landscape, but also keeps the movie a mystery.
Set in a futuristic California, officer K, played by Ryan Gosling, walks through a hazy, machine-polluted dump.
He stops in at what seems to be the home of Dave Bautista's character - though we don't know his name.
"I thought you might be able to help me with a case, any idea where i might be able to find him?" K asks him.
We presume he's talking about Blade Runner's original - Rick Deckard.
The character asks K if he's there to bring him in, but K responds: "I'd prefer it to the other way".
Bautista's character replies by trying to stab him then throwing him through a wall.
The trailer then introduces a whole range of characters and interesting story plots.
When K tracks down Deckard, played by Harrison Ford, Deckard realises K has been followed.
The sneak preview reveals an action packed film with superb visual effects made by Wellington's Weta Digital.
The film is set 30 years after the original Blade Runner however fans would have waited a total of 35 years and 103 days for the sequel.
Arrival's Denis Villeneuve is directing the movie with the original Blade Runner director Ridley Scott as the executive producer.
The film was shot in Budapest.
Blade Runner 2049 will open in NZ cinemas on October 5.