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The 'Gladiator' actor has reportedly been courted to star in Darren Aronofsky's biblical project as well as in Jose Padilha's reboot of the cyborg cop movie.
The Brazilian director reveals that he will include many social satirical commentaries in the upcoming film because he believes the satire element is 'needed today.'
Explaining about the idea of the remake film, the 'Elite Squad' director says, 'As far as grounding our approach in 'RoboCop', we are doing it with the first movie.'
MGM is reportedly negotiating with Padilha to serve behind the lens for the remake project about the futuristic cop.
Though rejecting to give out hints on the fourth 'RoboCop' movie, director Darren Aronofsky still managed to unearth one intriguing hint of the new flick.
With the rumor around the possible signing of Darren Aronofsky as its director hypening up, the latest 'RoboCop' film is suggested to be a sequel rather than a reboot.
On their press release dated March 13, MGM hinted that they may be bringing the '80s action film about the super-human cyborg police back to the big screen.