While the look of the titular title character himself is still being kept under wraps, today at Comic-Con we got yet another look at the heavily armored bane of RoboCop's existence, the ED-209. Check it out now!
With the launch of the first viral campaign for Jose Padilha's RoboCop remake - a website and promo video for OmniCorp - we get our first idea of what some of the company's products look like, including the RC-2000 itself.
A hero is only as good as his villain, and hopefully the new RoboCop will be taking on a force so nefarious that he'll have no choice but to paint the screen red. Or then again it'll probably be rated PG-13, in which case we'll be lucky to get one use of the F word.
In the mood for some quick glances at the title treatments and early art for several genre flicks that are headed our way? Then you're in luck. Sort of. Well, you're in luck if you really dig on looking at fonts. Yep, we got a lot of them right here for ya.
Where is TMZ when you need them?!? Seriously, nobody caught that shit with a camera phone or something? Are there any reports on Cornish's condition? Taking a slug from a metal fist could be v... oh, you mean it's casting news? Damn it!
More top-shelf casting news has come in for MGM's RoboCop reboot, and it makes us yearn for a crossover "versus" flick along the lines of Shaft vs. RoboCop. In a perfect world! Read on for the latest regarding who'll be doing what in Jose Padilha's new take on the now classic 1987 flick.
Surprisingly enough, MGM's RoboCop reboot is shaping up quite nicely. At least casting-wise, that is. Speaking of which, the man in the suit with all that wonderful weaponry recently spoke about what we can expect from Jose Padilha's film.
Another actor has joined the ranks of the upcoming remake of the 1987 Paul Verhoeven classic RoboCop, and this guy really knows how to put things together. Such as half-human, half-cyborg law enforcement officials.
The mid-1980s and early 1990s were a big time for the film industry in Dallas, TX. I would say it was the most prosperous in the city’s history. The Studios at Las Colinas were booming with business from movie productions like Silkwood, Talk Radio, and more.
While no one other than RoboCop himself, Joel Kinnaman (The Darkest Hour, "The Killing"), has been officially cast as of yet, there are some big names circling the upcoming remake of the 1987 Paul Verhoeven classic. Read on for details.
More news on the redux of RoboCop has come in, this time discussing the route being taken to bring the titular character to life ... or artificial life ... or whatever it is that they do with half-human cyborgs.
Freeze! Don't move! Put your hands above your head, and get down on your knees. The redux of RoboCop has a release date. Directive 4 has been cancelled. Thank you for your cooperation. Excuse me, I have to go. Somewhere there is a crime happening.
With "The Killing"'s Joel Kinnaman set to star in director Jose Padilha's remake of RoboCop, Sony Pictures has stepped in to bring the film to the masses.
Ever since word first broke about director Jose Padilha's remake of Paul Verhoeven's classic Robocop, rumors have been flying as to who would be playing the titular character, and now it looks like a firm offer is out. Read on to find out if you agree with the choice!
Hold on to your asses, kids. Or better yet... go hide your credit cards, your checkbook, and close your PayPal accounts lest you give up your children's college funds to get your claws into every one of these bad boys from NECA!