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Since Ridley Scott turned "Do Android's Dream of Electric Sheep?" into the science fiction classic "Blade Runner," eight of Philip K. Dick's novels or short stories have made their way to the big screen. To date, these films have generated over $1 billion in world-wide box office and ancillary revenue. This astounding success is the result of combining visionary stories with talent from the world's finest film directors, studios and stars. Steven Spielberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Cruise, John Woo, Ben Affleck, Harrison Ford, Robert Downey Jr., Keanu Reeves, and Matt Damon are only a few of the illustrious names associated with these projects.

Blade Runner 'Final Cut' on DVD

On Dec. 18, 2007, Warner released "Blade Runner: The Final Cut," the definitive version of director Ridley Scott's film basedon Philip K. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" which has become a cult classic since its initial release in 1982. One of Warner's most popular titles today, the film will be available in both HD formats and in three different DVD editions, with the final cut also receiving select theatrical playdates in New York, Los Angeles and the Venice Film Fest.
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Completed Films

Blade Runner  (1982)
Based on "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"

Screamers  (1995)
Based on "Second Variety"

Total Recall  (1990)
Based on "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale"

Confessions d'un Barjo  (French, 1992)
Based on "Confessions of a Crap Artist"

Impostor  (2001)
Based on "Impostor."

Minority Report  (2002)
Based on "The Minority Report."

Paycheck  (December 25, 2003)
Based on "Paycheck."

A Scanner Darkly  (July 7, 2006)
Based on "A Scanner Darkly"

Next (April 27, 2007)
Based on "The Golden Man"

Films in Production

The Adjustment Bureau  (coming 2010)
Based on "The Adjustment Team"

King of the Elves  (coming 2012)
Based on "King of the Elves"

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  properties sold

"Time Out of Joint"
    Purchased by Warner Bros.

"Valis", "Radio Free Albemuth", and
"Flow My Tears the Policeman Said"
    Purchased by independent producer
    John Alan Simon

properties under option

"Adjustment Team" - Short Story
"Ubik" - Novel
"King of the Elves - Short Story

For more information about film rights to PKD properties, contact the Philip K. Dick Trust, using the Contact form on this web site.
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