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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.'
Replacing Hugh Laurie, Keaton is set to star as Raymond Sellars who is the evil CEO of the company that turns Alex Murphy into a cyborg cop.
'The film will be good, but I never suffered so much and do not want to do it again,' so Padilha reportedly tells his best friend Fernando Meirelles about his work on the remake project.
MGM has reportedly approached some actors including Owen to replace Laurie, who was initially set to star as the evil CEO of Omni Corp.
The 'Takers' actress has been cast as Karen Dean, who is Alex Murphy's superior at the Detroit Police Department.
Movie critic Drew McWeeny, who claims to have read the film's script, criticizes the plot which includes four different versions of the titular cyborg.
In the upcoming remake movie, Maddox is described as the man who dispenses the military training to Alex Murphy a.k.a RoboCop.
The fan-made poster for the upcoming Jose Padilha-directed reboot movie presents a minimalist design with a slogan that reads, 'We've Got the Future Under Control.'
The fictional company which develops RoboCop also introduces some of its robotic weapons, including the iconic killer robot 'ED-209'.
The former lead actor of 'House M.D.' is in talks to star as the villainous CEO of Omni Corp, the company which creates RoboCop for its own gain.