Could these be the specs for Blade Runner?


Australian distributor is the most recent web site to have news about uber-special edition release of Blade Runner, a title which should have been released in 2006.

Persistence pays off, and these specs can attest to that.

Blade Runner: Ultimate Collection

Disc 1 – The Final Cut (2007):

  • Ridley Scott’s definitive new version of his science-fiction masterpiece includes added & extended scenes, added lines and new and cleaner special effects.
  • Disc 2 – 3 Complete Film Versions:

  • ’82 U.S. Theatrical version
  • ’82 International Theatrical version
  • ’92 Director’s Cut
  • Disc 3 – “Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner” Documentary

  • Newly created documentary: Through interviews with the cast and crew, critics and colleagues, this feature-length documentary provides a mainstream-friendly yet meaningful in-depth look at Blade Runner’s literary genesis, its challenging production and controversial legacy. When all is said and done, this will be the definitive documentary on the film.
  • Disc 4 — Enhanced Content Bonus: (TBC)

  • INCEPTION – Featurettes and galleries devoted to Philip K. Dick, the birth of Cyberpunk and adapting the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep.
  • PRE-PRODUCTION – Featurettes and galleries devoted to script development, conceptual design and abandoned sequences.
  • PRODUCTION – Featurettes and galleries devoted to principal photography and locations.
  • POST-PRODUCTION – Featurettes and galleries devoted to deleted scenes, music and visual effects.
  • RELEASE – Featurettes and galleries devoted to marketing and reaction including Trailers, TV Spots and Promotional Featurettes
  • LEGACY – Featurettes and galleries devoted to the film’s resurrection and impact.
  • Disc 5 – Work Print Version & Enhanced Content:

  • Including the rarely seen Work Print version and potentially the 52 min. Channel Four (UK) documentary which was the first serious documentary created for the film.
  • Additionally (now this may be subject only to Australia), the set will come packaged in a limited “Blade Runner” briefcase holding the five-disc digipack with foil-enhanced and embossed slipcase. The goodies inside will include a lenticular motion image from the original feature, a collectible model spinner, an origami unicorn, a collection of photographs and a letter from Ridley Scott.

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