Just last year, director Ridley Scottshot down rumors that Harrison Ford would be returning to his role as Rick Deckard in Scott's long-gestating "Blade Runner" sequel. But now Ford is singing a different tune, telling IGN that he has been discussing the possibility with Scott.
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"Yeah, we've been chatting about it," Ford told the site in a recent interview to promote his latest film, "Ender's Game." " ... I truly admire Ridley as a man and as a director and I would be very happy to engage again with him in the further telling of this story."
Whether or not "Blade Runner 2" ever gets made is a different story, though. Scott is busy developing other projects, including Biblical epic "Exodus," and promoting his latest feature, "The Counselor." Guess we'll have to wait until his schedule clears up (and a script is completed).
For more from Ford, including his recollections of filming the 1982 sci-fi classic, check out the full interview from IGN.