According to a new report over at Trailer Track, we may be getting our first look at Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 a lot sooner than we thought, possibly as early as next week.
Turns out the Canadian Consumer Protection board recently filed a classification for the trailer, in which they reveal the run-time (just over 90 seconds) and the rating ("Approved for exhibition for all films", which I'm guessing is how Canadians say "Green-Band Trailer").
Furthermore, Trailer Track says they expect the trailer to land as early as next week, and theorize that it may end up attached to prints of Morten Tyldum's Passengers, which arrives next Friday.
I was planning on seeing Passengers, anyway, so that's a nice bonus. But let's be real: I'm gonna need my own copy of the Blade Runner 2049 trailer to sit here and watch until my eyeballs fall out of my skull, pronto, so here's hoping it makes its way online first.
Stay tuned for more as it becomes available, and keep your fingers crossed that we all get a good look at this thing next week. Until then, pray for my eyeballs.