I really hope this isn't true, what could be possibly so important that Ridley Scott needs to call her in for reshoots nearly 25 years on ?!? The only scene I could possibly think that could ever need replacing are those of the stuntwoman crashing through the glass when Zhora is shot by Deckard, and I'm sure doing some digital changes to the original are better than trying to do reshoots.
Blade Runner needs to be left, it was brilliant already even before they put out the half arsed Directors Cut in 1990 that Ridley Scott still wasn't happy with, now he's supposed to be working on a Blade Runner "Final Cut" due out later this year.
Anyway here's the story...
Joanna Cassidy, one of the original stars of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, posted a cryptic note on her official Web site: She said she has finished reshooting her scenes in the film.
"Joanna has just finished reshooting her scenes from the original Blade Runner," the site reported. "Joanna is wearing her original outfit (which she kept over from the first production). These new scenes will be part of the upcoming special Blade Runner DVD re-release. Check back for more details." It's not clear whether the new scenes will be incorporated into a new, final cut by director Scott, who has publicly expressed dissatisfaction with the 1992 director's cut of the movie. It's also unclear whether Scott is doing other reshoots. The film's 1982 theatrical cut was famously carved up by the studio and producers and released with a since-much-reviled voice-over. For the film's 25th anniversary this year, a special new DVD set of the movie is planned. Cassidy played Zhora, one of the movie's "replicants," or androids, who meets her demise at the hands of "Blade Runner" Harrison Ford.