Everyone was shitting over the upcoming Robocop remake in 2013 about how the leaked pictures were of him in an all black suit. I found this picture of him all chromed out and I thought it looks pretty badass. It’s very possible this could be the final look of Robocop and the black suit is just a pre-CGI stand-in.
All three (yes, there were three) Robocop movies in one Blu Ray set for only $16. SO MUCH ROBOCOP.
With the Robocop remake underway, the world finally gets its first look at the new Robocop suit. And it’s… not quite what anyone was hoping. Sure, it’s supposed to look more like a modern cybersuit/exoskeleton thing as opposed to a Tin Man suit in the original, but it’s kind of boring. The original might not have been the most optimal suit for a robot cop of the future, but it was awesome looking and instantly iconic.
Actor Hugh Laurie has apparently changed his mind about being in the Robocop remake, so the production has instead turned to Michael Keaton. House is out, Batman is in.
Hugh Laurie had said that once he was done with House, he might retire from acting for a bit. Fortunately for you and I, that doesn’t seem to be the case. The British actor recently joined Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson and Joel Kinnaman in the remake of Robocop. Laurie will be playing the evil boss of Omnicorp, the company that invents Robocop.
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First, we heard that the original Robocop, Peter Weller, was going to be doing the voice of Batman in DC’s animated film version of The Dark Knight Returns, and now Gary Oldman has joined the cast of the Robocop remake. You got Batman in my Robocop! You got Robocop in my Batman!
After raising the money and haggling with the city, it looks like Detroit will in fact be getting that giant statue of Robocop, now the only question is when.