Taylor Swift has desirous many people but has she ever desirous a knave in a blockbuster film before?
Turns out the Shake It Off thespian was the inspo for Sylvia Hoeks’ replicant Luv in the new Blade Runner 2049, and it was all interjection to her worldwide celebrity and the enterprise to have control over everything.
‘I looked at big celebrities, big singers, who are younger girls, like Taylor Swift or Selena Gomez,’ pronounced Hoeks.
‘[These people] who have big platforms and have to have certain control in their life, since every little second of their day is substantially somebody making a picture of them or putting them in the media. So their whole life kind of happens virtually.’
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In Blade Runner 2049 Luv was under the consistent control and notice of Jared Leto’s Niander Wallace, her creator, however she is unfortunate for autonomy and control over her own fate.
The film, starring Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling, fast became a vicious success, with Metro.co.uk job it a masterpiece, and suggesting that ‘what transpires is a self contained investigator story, with nods to what happened before but vital very much in its own dirty and pleasing reality’.
‘Aesthetically it doesn’t drown you in CGI, instead opting for sleek, monumental visuals that would be interesting adequate on their own. When joined with a compelling, good told story, however, the two and 3 entertain hours using time just flies by.’
However the film did not set the box bureau alight, with first weekend expectations descending neatly as tickets began to solemnly sell.
Hoeks, speaking to Bustle, also combined that what she desired about Luv was not having to play the girl next door.
‘What we was beholden for is not having to play the girl next door, the cliche,’ she said.
‘I felt like we didn’t have to be that exposed lady that unexpected was very strong, or motionless she could go on a opposite trail of life.’