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The video shows OmniCorp trying to create 'a product with a conscience' since America is still wary of putting machine on the street.
The robot remake moves from February 7 to February 12 to make a room for George Clooney's drama.
'Easy Money' actor Joel Kinnaman is turned into the part-man, part-robot police officer in the movie from director Jose Padilha.
Columbia Pictures also brings 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2' to Hall H, with Anna Faris and Terry Crews set to attend the panel.
Gary is seen sporting a Detroit cop vest though he's supposedly starring as the scientist who turns dying Alex Murphy into RoboCop.
The titular cyborg is seen storming the streets on his new 'RoboCycle' in one clip, and falling at an alley in another.
While Joel Kinnaman is photographed riding RoboCop's new all-black bike on the set in Toronto, Sony Pictures decides to push back the remake film to February 7, 2014.
Portraying villainous Raymond Sellars, Keaton is seen accompanied by cops and two women when arriving at the University of Toronto which was transformed into OmniCorp building.
With manufactured rain pouring down the Ontario streets, some actors are caught on video tape filming a scene where they allegedly shoot down Joel Kinnaman's protagonist Alex Murphy.
Two men playing gun-wielding thugs are seen rehearsing a scene where they rush into a restaurant in which Joel Kinnaman's character is reportedly having a meal with a colleague.
Taken from the set of the remake film in Toronto, the picture shows Kinnaman donning an all-black armor which is a far cry from the original version.
Insisting that he's 'happy' with what he's doing with the reboot project, Padilha says that he has overcome all the difficulties 'with coolness and familiarity.'