Video Interviews

Video: Ridley Scott on Rutger Hauer's Blade Runner Monologue

by | May 19, 2017 | Comments

RT Senior Editor Grae Drake spoke to Ridley Scott, director of Alien: Covenant about Rutger Hauer’s famous “I’ve Seen Things” monologue from Blade Runner, and how it came to be.

Tag Cloud

Warner Bros. Premiere Dates political drama Schedule Character Guide binge cooking Sundance Universal Tomatazos Photos social media Box Office Holidays Pirates SundanceTV unscripted Calendar Fall TV Logo Teen travel Oscars FOX serial killer DC streaming service historical drama NYCC CMT DC Comics Trivia Reality The Arrangement Super Bowl Marathons spy thriller cats Sneak Peek technology police drama TV Land ESPN IFC Creative Arts Emmys President vampires Martial Arts Interview Cosplay Paramount TIFF HBO SXSW DC Universe Starz adventure Amazon VICE Toys YouTube Red finale 2016 Masterpiece Netflix Rom-Com El Rey Food Network cinemax OWN Winter TV Countdown TCA 2017 ITV FX composers crime justice league psycho E3 Bravo Watching Series Showtime Biopics discovery cults E! APB Fox News Comedy 007 GLAAD sitcom crossover festivals TBS SDCC TruTV YA TNT war crime drama CW Seed aliens CBS All Access transformers X-Men BBC First Look Sundance Now 24 frames TCA MTV Rocky RT History DirecTV Pop Cartoon Network Reality Competition dceu robots ABC LGBTQ Disney Mystery ratings TLC Grammys Musical singing competition zombie diversity MSNBC Shondaland Mindy Kaling Western Opinion Lionsgate Video Games Trailer medical drama comiccon Pixar TCM Fantasy USA Set visit The CW Podcast Spring TV talk show Country AMC USA Network BBC America cops Rock Animation Lucasfilm Drama VH1 Nickelodeon politics Kids & Family 20th Century Fox CNN biography supernatural Horror 2017 Nat Geo Extras PBS Polls and Games Emmys Esquire ABC Family IFC Films golden globes 21st Century Fox thriller Comic Book A&E PaleyFest Sci-Fi Marvel boxoffice National Geographic See It Skip It BET GIFs Paramount Network Ghostbusters what to watch hist Year in Review zombies romance dc 2015 Awards Superheroe Lifetime Red Carpet Tumblr Action Acorn TV Best and Worst docudrama Election Dark Horse Comics Disney Channel Certified Fresh Music Adult Swim Summer Freeform 45 Valentine's Day harry potter Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt based on movie Thanksgiving Spike Star Wars Comedy Central Superheroes period drama TV American Society of Cinematographers Britbox Writers Guild of America Christmas Ellie Kemper Nominations sports Hulu History Infographic Sony Pictures Mary Tyler Moore Winners WGN crime thriller CBS Crackle NBC FXX Syfy dramedy Musicals science fiction GoT Star Trek