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'RoboCop' Remake First Trailer: 'This Is the Future of American Justice'

September 06, 2013 02:20:30 GMT

'Easy Money' actor Joel Kinnaman is turned into the part-man, part-robot police officer in the movie from director Jose Padilha.


'RoboCop' Remake First Trailer: 'This Is the Future of American Justice'
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"When crime is out of control, the only solution isn't human," so the first trailer for "RoboCop" remake introduces the coming of the superhuman cyborg law enforcer that is portrayed by "Easy Money" star Joel Kinnaman. As seen in the video, the new take on Paul Verhoeven's 1987 action pic will present a much cooler and meaner Robocop.

Directed by Jose Padilha, the pic is set in 2028. Alex Murphy, a loving husband, father and good cop who is critically injured in the line of duty, finds a new life thanks to OmniCorp's remarkable robotics science. Returning to the streets of his beloved city with amazing new abilities, he, however, will deal with issues a regular man has never had to face before.

In the trailer, there is Michael Keaton appearing as Raymond Sellars, the villainous CEO of OmniCorp. Gary Oldman in his role of Dr. Dennett Norton, the scientist who creates RoboCop, is featured telling Abbie Cornish's Clara Murphy that he can save her husband who is seen suffering horrifying burns.

"Elite Squad" helmer Padilha directs from a script by "The Amazing Spider-Man" scribe James Vanderbilt. Also supported by Samuel L. Jackson, who shows up briefly in the video, "Robocop" will storm theaters nationwide on February 7, 2014.



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Post Your Comments

posted by Rico89 on Oct 19, 2013
I'm surprised that I don't see Michael Bay's name anywhere because he has the gift of taking something from the 80's that was awesome and turning it into shit just to sell toys.
posted by Reaper417 on Oct 08, 2013
This looks like another high tech police state wank, so I'm skipping it. The original Robocop sucked too.
posted by John on Sep 07, 2013
FUCK YOU HOLLYWOOD!

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