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Ryan Gosling & Harrison Ford Continue 'Blade Runner 2049' Press Tour in Paris

Ryan Gosling suited up for another Blade Runner 2049 photo call!

The 36-year-old actor looked dapper at the event held on Wednesday (September 20) at Hotel Le Bristol in Paris, France.

He went for an all-brown ensemble with a cream knitted sweater underneath, accessorizing with a necklace featuring a gold circle.

Ryan was joined by his co-stars Harrison Ford and Ana de Armas, and director Denis Villeneuve.

The group has already hit Madrid, Spain, and Berlin, Germany during their Blade Runner 2049 press tour.

The sequel to Ridley Scott‘s other 1982 movie is on track to make $40 million in its opening weekend debut on October 6, THR reports. Be sure to check it out in theaters next month!

ICYMI, Ryan and Harrison recently dished on the highly secretive sequel and filming process.

FYI: Ryan is wearing Christian Louboutin shoes.

10+ pictures inside of Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, and more at the photo call… More Here! »

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Ryan Gosling & Harrison Ford Dish on Highly Secretive 'Blade Runner' Sequel!

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford pose alongside Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve and executive producer Ridley Scott on the cover of Wired‘s October issue, out on newsstands now.

Here’s what the Blade Runner 2049 cast and crew had to say:

Ryan on the secrecy of the Blade Runner 2049 plot: “I’m not even sure I’m allowed to say I had a good time making it.”

Ryan on the power of science fiction: “The power of science fiction, and what’s positive about it, is that you’re able to experience the worst-case scenario without actually having to live it.”

Harrison on early reports that he said “meh” to Ridley’s idea of making the sequel at first: “I don’t remember saying that, but I don’t know if he talked to me before I had a couple cups of coffee. The script is what convinced me.”

Ridley on reported tensions between him and Harrison: “Oh, we got on fine! I used to get drunk regularly with Harrison during filming.”

For more from the Blade Runner 2049 cast and crew, head to Wired.com.

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