Films inspired by renowned sci-fi author Philip K. Dick
March 30, 2011
Philip K. Dick Films website | Since Ridley Scott turned Do Androids 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.
Visit the website here for more interesting background on Philip K. Dick and his body of science fiction work.
Blade Runner (1982)
Based on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
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
Based on Impostor
Minority Report (2002)
Based on The Minority Report
Based on Paycheck
A Scanner Darkly (2006)
Based on A Scanner Darkly
Based on The Golden Man
The Adjustment Bureau (2011)
Based on The Adjustment Team
Films in Production
King of the Elves (coming 2012)
Based on King of the Elves