Detroit has been home to many great films shot right here in the Motor City.
The Tigers have had some pretty interesting people and things throw out the first pitch this season so far.
Everybody’s favorite fictional crime-fighting cyborg is heading to the Detroit Tigers game.
RoboCop came into the 97.1 The Ticket studios on Monday and walked around to make sure all was calm.
RoboCop will also throw out the first pitch at the Tigers game that night.
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.