Here's a step in the right direction. After actor Hugh Laurie left the RoboCop remake, we were all left wondering just who would be able to fill his shoes as the movie's villain. Well, the answer has come, and it's a good one!
With news of Hugh Laurie leaving the RoboCop remake and a scathing script review still ringing in everyone's ears, it appears as if there's even more trouble in these remake waters. Read on for the latest.
Some casting changes are happening on the RoboCop remake as Hugh Laurie, who was scheduled to play the film's villain, has left the production. MGM is now eyeballing Clive Owen and a few others to take his place. Stay tuned.
More casting news is coming in quickly for the RoboCop remake. Marianne Jean-Baptiste ("Without a Trace") has joined the cast to play the role of Detroit Police Chief Karen Dean. Can she handle the half-human law enforcer? Only time will tell.
Sure, nowadays everyone knows him from "Boardwalk Empire," but to us actor Michael Kenneth Williams will always be known as the Ghetto Boogeyman™ known as Omar from "The Wire". Let me tell you, kids--RoboCop may have just met his match!
More possible casting news for the upcoming remake of RoboCop. Who's next to journey to Detroit for a bit of futuristic law enforcement fun? Read on for the details. Then cross your fingers that this will be as good as the announced cast.
And the casting news for Jose Padilha's take on the beloved world of RoboCop continues as THR reports that Jay Baruchel is nearing a deal to join the cast of MGM and Sony’s remake of the classic 1987 sci-fi action movie.
The cast of Jose Padilha's RoboCop has just expanded by one with the addition of Jackie Earle Haley as a character named Maddox, who's the guy that dispenses military training to RoboCop. Here's hoping Padilha gives him more to do than Burton did in Dark Shadows!
The official synopsis for the RoboCop remake is here and even though we kind of already got the gist of things it's always good to have something official to cling to. Sort of like Linus and his blanket. Don't know how RoboCop relates to the Peanuts but it's late. Cut us some slack.
What is said to be the teaser poster for the RoboCop remake has made its way online courtesy of Cine 1, and we have the goods for you right here, hot and fresh. Still no image of Robo himself, but apparently everything is under "control".
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!