Accidents happen — especially when it comes to filming fight choreography for a major motion picture. Harrison Ford accidentally punched Ryan Gosling for real on the set of Blade Runner 2049, and Gosling’s dumbstruck look, along with Ford’s shocked response, has been immortalized by means of an official still.
While Ford’s character (Rick Deckard) doesn’t appear until the second half of the movie, he does play a big part opposite Gosling’s character (Officer K), who serves as the main character. What footage has been released of Blade Runner 2049 suggests that while the two characters need each other, tensions are high between them both. So naturally, this means that at one point, the characters get into a fight late into the movie.
Unfortunately, it looks like said fight scene didn’t quite work out as planned when they were filming, as Ford’s fake-punch to Gosling turned out to be a real one, with hilarious results:
This still of Harrison Ford accidentally punching Ryan Gosling for real during a Blade Runner 2049 scene is amazing. pic.twitter.com/3uKIxHo1AT
— Toucan Dan (@GolazoDan) September 30, 2017
As it stands, Blade Runner 2049 is coming off of the cusp of some great reviews and support from the fans of the original cult classic. Trends indicate that the movie could open above $50M in the United States, which would be a big win for Warner Brothers in what’s shaping up to be one of their most successful years ever at the domestic box office. So perhaps the price of Gosling being decked in the face by an unsuspecting Ford is worth it for the art of the film.
Blade Runner 2049 will show audiences things they won’t believe on October 6, 2017. Its cast includes Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Hiam Abbass, Barkhad Abdi, Ana de Armas, Dave Bautista, David Dastmalchian, Mackenzie Davis, Sylvia Hoeks, Lennie James, Carla Juri, Jared Leto, Edward James Olmos, and Robin Wright.
‘Alien’ Films Ranked From Worst To Best
The Alien Franchise has become a massive success ever since the first film was released back in 1979. A small but intimate film that changed horror and sci-fi cinema. The Alien known as the Xenomorph has become a part of the cultural zeitgeist with as much popularity as the greatest horror and sci-fi characters. The Xenomorphs in these films are almost more popular than the films themselves so much so that they have been a part of crossovers with the Predator series as well. With the release of the trailer to Alien: Covenant it is the perfect time to look back at this franchise and see which ones remain the best out of all of them.
This list will not include the Alien Vs. Predator films seeing as they are their own separate crossover series. So without further ado here is are the Alien Films Ranked From Worst To Best!