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Blade Runner 2049: Harrison Ford has resolved Rick Deckard replicant debate with Ridley Scott

Many of the fans of the 1982 cult favourite know the answer. With the new movie coming out it might just get confirmed!

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Blade Runner 2049: Harrison Ford has resolved Rick Deckard replicant debate with Ridley Scott
Harrison Ford poses during a photocall to promote 'Blade Runner 2049' at a hotel in central London, Britain, September 2017.
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Veteran actor Harrison Ford has said that he has resolved the issue that his character Rick Deckard from the 1982 film Blade Runner was an android replicant or not with its director Ridley Scott.

The 75-year-old actor, who reprises his role in the sequel to the film Blade Runner 2049, however did not reveal the mystery, reported DigitalSpy.

"We're not (arguing over Deckard). It was resolved. I cannot tell you! Because then that question will go away and people will not have that pleasure of debating it," Ford said in an interview with Vice.

But if we go back in time and take a look at news surrounding the "Director's Cut" released in 2007, director Scott made it clear that in his opinion, Deckard is a replicant. The theory also gets stronger when combined with the scene in which Gaff (played by Edward James Olmos) leaves a paper unicorn outside Deckard's apartment, marking him as a replicant.

Actor Ryan Gosling plays a new Blade Runner called Officer K in the film, who tracks down Deckard after his disappearance 30 years ago.

Blade Runner 2049, directed by Denis Villeneuve, opens on October 5 in the UK and October 6 in the US.

(With PTI Inputs)

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