Trailers are trailers, and not necessarily indicative of the actual movie — we're looking at you Rogue One — but here's a disturbing side-by-side look at the first trailer for Blade Runner 2049 and Blade Runner. While there's nothing wrong with capturing the style and feel of the original, having a trailer edited to be nearly identical to the first film's raises questions. The first being that Blade Runner 2049 is hopefully more than a Force Awakens-style, slightly different remake of the original Blade Runner.
The world has a lot of history. You might even say that the world has all the history — everything we know human history has happened right here. Bill Wurtz takes all that history and compresses it into one spectacular 20-minute chunk, easily consumable for anyone currently busy making their own history.