It all started a few days ago, when Ain't It Cool News posted a YouTube clip of what they reported was the new credit sequence to the Blade Runner: Ultimate Edition. Since then, AICN has killed the link, but you can't keep a good rumor down, and now Big Screen Little Screen is hosting a link to the rumored title sequence -- they also didn't promise that it would be there long, so if you are curious, you might want to check it out sooner rather than later. While purists would probably prefer the original opening, if these are the credits, they would be a nice addition to some of the promised updates for the definitive cut of the film, such as the Joanna Cassidy re-shoots director Ridley Scott had planned. Then again, if it turns out this clip is fan-created or maybe just some manufactured buzz, that's okay too -- a little harmless speculation never hurt.

Even twenty-five years after the release of the film, Blade Runner is still considered one of the best sci-fi movies ever made, but over the years, there have been numerous theories about why the film was initially a commercial failure -- and the answer is obviously still up for debate. The release of the ultra-deluxe DVD set this fall will hopefully be timed with a limited re-release of the film, so let's keep our fingers crossed that it's not just wishful thinking on all our parts. There have been some rumblings about a BR announcement during the upcoming ComicCon event, so stay tuned to our coverage of the festivities to find out if we get the good news.