The original film followed an LAPD bounty hunter (called blade runners) searching for illegal androids (called replicants). Its sequel takes place 30 years later, and follows a new blade runner, played by Ryan Gosling, who makes a startling discovery that leads him to Rick Deckard—the blade runner from the original film played once again by Harrison Ford.

If you’re wondering why the trailer looks so orange, it’s probably because of climate change. ”The climate has gone berserk,” Villeneuve told Entertainment Weekly in July. “The ocean, the rain, the snow is all toxic.”

In addition to Ford, two other key players from the original film returned to work on the sequel: Ridley Scott helped produce the film, and Hampton Fancher, who wrote the original, returned to co-write the script.

For decades, Hollywood had tried to develop a sequel to Scott’s film. Blade Runner received only lukewarm reviews when it first came out, but it has since become a science fiction staple, renowned for infusing film noir concepts into its dystopian sci-fi setting. Still, no sequel ever materialized—until now.

Blade Runner doesn’t need a sequel, especially given that much of its strength was in its unapologetically ambiguous ending. But we’re getting one, and we should be thrilled with who’s making it. The film comes out in October 2017, perfect timing for those of us disappointed that HBO’s android drama Westworld won’t return until 2018.

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