When he's not busting myths with his walrus familiar, Adam Savage geeks out over prop replicas, like Deckard's pistol from Blade Runner.
There's been some action on Ridley Scott's Blade Runner sequel, first announced last summer. Hampton Fancher, the famed screenwriter of the first Blade Runner film, is now in talks to write the follow-up, according to a press release from producers Alcon Entertainment.
Scott and Fancher originally wanted to make a series of films based on Philip K. Dick's story "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" but Scott moved on to other projects (and became the highest-grossing British director of all time).
Now, the duo is finally revisiting the project. All that's known so far is that the new movie will take place years after the conclusion of Blade Runner, and that Blade Runner star Harrison Ford is unlikely to be involved.
Scott's next project is Cormac McCarthy's The Counselor, so filming on the Blade Runner sequel won't begin until 2013 at the very earliest.