The original 1987 “RoboCop,” Dutch director Paul Verhoeven’s first Hollywood film, isn’t so much a movie to revere as a bit of brutalism to behold. Remaking “RoboCop” is like trying to recreate a nightmare.
Much of Robocop was shot in Detroit and this February the new “Robocop” movie hits theatres.
Columbia Pictures and MGM have released a new trailer for “RoboCop,” which is opening in theaters Feb. 12.
Creators of a Detroit statue of the fictional crime-fighting cyborg RoboCop say they plan to unveil it next summer.
I am surprised that an update of “RoboCop” hasn’t happened before now.
Just when Detroit needs a hero… RoboCop takes a stand.
The project started two years ago after a Twitter user asked Mayor Bing to build a statue of the science fiction hero as an “ambassador to Detroit.”
The Michigan Film Office announced Friday three projects – the Internet program Detroit Rubber, the feature film RoboCop and the Web series The Castle – have been approved for film incentives from the state.
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Watch video from Fanfare 2011. Peter Weller and Brand Walley discuss the planned Robocop statue. Tech Town is hinted to be the most likely destination for the icon.