Los Angeles, Dec 28 (PTI) Ridley Scott has said the film “Blade Runner 2049”, a sequel to 1982 sci-fi classic, was “too long”. Also Read - Live Streaming Cricket West Indies vs Sri Lanka 2nd T20I: Preview, Squads, Match Prediction - Where to Watch WI vs SL Stream Live Cricket Online on FanCode App, TV Telecast in India

In an interview, Scott was asked about the Denis Villeneuve-directed film, which featured actors Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford in the lead roles. Also Read - IPL 2021 in Mumbai? BCCI to Get Full Support From Government to Host T20 Tournament at Venue

The original “Blade Runner” had a run time of one hour and 57 minutes, while the “Blade Runner 2049” stretched over two hours and 40 minutes. Also Read - Muthoot Finance Chairman MG George Passes Away at 71

“I have to be careful what I say,” Scott said at first, before adding, “It was f**king way too long. F**k me! And most of that script’s mine,” Scott told Vulture.

Hampton Fancher, who wrote the original “Blade Runner” with David Peoples, received the screenplay credit for the sequel along with Michael Green.

“I sit with writers for an inordinate amount of time and I will not take credit, because it means I’ve got to sit there with a tape recorder while we talk.

“I can’t do that to a good writer. But I have to, because to prove I’m part of the actual process, I have to then have an endless amount (of proof), and I can’t be bothered. But the big idea comes from Blade Runner,” said Scott.

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