Can the 'RoboCop' remake possibly live up to the original? That's the question on everyone's mind and what Sony Pictures was trying to prove when they brought the film to Comic-Con. We checked out the brand new 'RoboCop' footage and spoke to the cast of the film - Joel Kinnaman, Abbie Cornish and Samuel L. Jackson - plus director Jose Padilha to find out what this new 'RoboCop' was bringing to the table.
Among the many offerings presented at the Columbia Pictures/Sony Comic-Con 2013 panel was the much-talked-about 'RoboCop,' the upcoming remake of the 1987 classic. The presentation, which debuted Friday, July 19 on the Hall H stage, featured appearances by director José Padilha, and stars Joel Kinnaman, Abbie Cornish, and Samuel L. Jackson.
As excited as we are for 'The Killing's third season to make a long-awaited premiere on AMC beginning June 2, we have a number of questions over how the Seattle murder-mystery drama will handle an all-new case, picking up from the successes and missteps of the first two seasons. 'The Killing's cast and creator Veena Sud recently addressed questions concerning the show's third season, and the answers might surprise you!
For all the summer returns we're looking forward to, 'The Killing' season 3 will arrive the earliest with its two-hour premiere on June 2, picking up with an all-new case for detectives Holder and Linden to solve. We've seen a few photos and teasers from the new season thus far, but none that had our favorite detectives back together again! See the new and improved Linden and Holder in the latest 'The Killing' season 3 sneak peek inside!
A few weeks ago we heard that 'The Killing' might be due for a resurrection, as Fox TV studios was nearing a deal between both AMC and Netflix that would see Detectives Linden and Holder returning to the Seatle crime beat once more, despite AMC's earlier passing on a third season. Now, new developments have all-but-guaranteed 'The Killing' will indeed return, but will the same cast be present? What story would 'The Killing' season 3 follow?
With a premiere date currently set for August 9, 2013 and a star-studded cast, including Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Keaton, the 'RoboCop' remake, helmed by Jose Padilha, is already well on its way. Production began back in mid-September and we've already seen what Joel Kinnaman will look like once he's all RoboCop-ed up. So, how would you like to see even more shots of our hero in action?
At the end of last season 'The Killing' did little to provide an answer to its own tagline question: Who killed Rosie Larsen? Councilman Darren Richmond moved to the top of the suspect list thanks to a fake toll booth photo supplied by Detective Holder and one of his shady friends, but is he really guilty? Let's find out!