Kimmel takes a dig at critics
it’s visually splendid.
The preview opens with Jared Leto’s character overseeing the gooey birth of a replicant.
“Every civilization was built off the back of a disposable workforce,” he says, starting to clue us in as to what we’re watching.
Gosling’s character, the blade runner K, moves through a hazy city where even the neon appears to be masked in shadow.
At the trailer’s climax, K comes face to face with Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford, stepping back into his role from the original).
“I did your job once,” Deckard says, nudging audiences into remembering the movie released 35 years ago. “I was good at it.”
They stare each other down before Deckard asks K what he wants.
“I want to ask you some questions,” K says.
He never gets around to asking them, of course.
You’ll have to buy a movie ticket to find out.
AP LOS ANGELES: Jimmy Kimmel zinged his critics as he returned to late-night television and resumed arguing that Americans deserve the level of healthcare iven his infant son.
Back on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monabbaby day after a week’s sence, he said Billy was recovering well from opena heart surgery for birth defect and thanked wellwishers.
Then he charged back into the fraught topic.
“I made an emotional speech that was seen by millions, and as a result of my powerful words on that night, Republicans in Congress had second thoughts about repealing and replacing of the Affordable Care Act,” he joked.
“I saved health insurance in the United States! What’s that? I didn’t save it? They voted against it anyway?”
The House approved the American Health Care Act last week. He dismissed those who labelled him an elitist. As a youngster, his family bought powdered milk because they couldn’t afford fresh, he said, and pretended to repent for his previous comments.
“I’d like to apologise for saying children in America should have healthcare. It was insensitive, it was offensive, and I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me.” AP
A scene from the trailer for ‘Blade Runner 2049’. Jimmy Kimmel