Los Angeles - Harrison Ford thinks the script for the Blade Runner sequel is 'the best' he's ever read.The Hollywood legend starred in the 1982 original and is set to return for the much-anticipated sequel, and Ridley Scott has revealed he can't wait to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in the dystopian sci-fi sequel.Ridley, who directed the original and has helped to write the sequel, said: "I sent him this script and he said, 'Wow, this is the best thing I've ever read', so it's very relevant to what happened in the first one."Check out a trailer for the original Blade Runner released in 1982:Speaking to MTV News, the director added: "I'm not just doing a sequel with lots of action and see how far we can go with the special effects because you can't, really. Blade Runner kind of landed on a somehow very credible future. And it's very difficult to change that because it's been so influential with everything else."Earlier this month, Ridley reopened the possibility of directing the Blade Runner sequel.The movie-maker previously said he won't be returning to the role for Blade Runner 2, but appears willing to perform a U-turn.He said: "I don't know about not directing Blade Runner 2 yet."
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