Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford were present at the Comic-Con International 2017 in San Diego to promote their upcoming movie, Blade Runner 2049. If you’re wondering when the Blade Runner 2049 movie will be released, it’ll be showing in theaters near you this coming fall.
During the event, Yahoo Movies got the chance to chat with Harrison Ford. Suddenly, Ryan Gosling photobombs Harrison Ford while in the midst of the interview. He sidles by Ford’s back with a big smile then pokes his back while moving out of the camera quickly as if nothing happened. As you can see in the video, Harrison Ford looks at his back and later says, “He’s impossible.” But, it’s clear that he says it most pleasantly. Ford further says that he loves working with their director, Denis Villeneuve, and looks at his photobomber while saying “…and this guy.” Gosling concurs, “You couldn’t get a better co-star or collaborator.”
You can see from their faces that they got a great working relationship filming the movie. They both look comfortable jesting around each other. Gosling says that he feels grateful working with Ford,
“You know it’s a little overwhelming…you know, very surreal just to work with someone like Harrison…”
The Blade Runner 2049 trailer shows the collaboration of the two Hollywood actors which was viewed again as part of the event. This sci-fi movie is a story about a “blade runner” which is the future slang for “cyborg hunter.” Gosling plays the character, Officer K of the LAPD. Ford jumps back in time, playing the role of Rick Deckard again, the clashed hero of Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi classic, Blade Runner.
It was in the 1982 sci-fi classic, Blade Runner, where Ford portrayed the role of Rick Deckard. He feels that the sequel is certainly of a piece with what preceded. Ford said to Yahoo Movies, “We have a script that I think flowed naturally from the story of the first film, a really engaging opportunity to create new relationships and new characters.” When asked during the press conference if it’s his goal to revive all of his iconic characters, he answers cordially, “You bet your ass it is.”