Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford Are Giving Away a Chance To Visit Them on the 'Blade Runner' Set!

by Zach Seemayer 11:43 PM PDT, September 29, 2016
Photo: Omaze

Blade Runner fans have been waiting for years for director Ridley Scott's sequel to finally come to fruition, and now, Ryan Gosling is giving one lucky fan the chance to actually visit the set.

The Nice Guys star is teaming up with Omaze to raise money for the Enough Project, which aims to support peace and justice in war-torn areas of Africa. Fans who make a donation to the cause will be entered in the chance to win a trip to Budapest, where the Blade Runner sequel is filming, to watch the filming of some scenes and tour the stage.

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In this short video promoting the charity drive, Gosling says it's possible that the lucky winner might meet Blade Runner star Harrison Ford, but adds that the "most exciting part" is Gosling might "let you drive my golf cart."

If Gosling is in the golf cart with you, that could indeed be the most exciting part.

According to Omaze, the winner is actually guaranteed a chance to meet both stars, get a behind-the-scenes look at production during filming and, while in Budapest, will stay at a luxurious four-star hotel.

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The long-awaited sequel takes place decades after the 1982 original, which told the story of police detective Rick Deckard (Ford) who is tasked with identifying and "retiring" (a.k.a. killing) androids known as replicants, which are nearly identical to human beings.

Ford is set to reprise his iconic role in the as-yet-untitled sequel, while Gosling's role has not yet been revealed. The stars are joined by Suicide Squad's Jared Leto, who signed on in August, as well as Robin Wright, Dave Bautista and Ana de Armas.

For more information on how to donate for a chance to win, check out the Blade Runner page on Omaze here. Every $10 donation gives you 100 entries for the chance to win.

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