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New 'RoboCop' Pics Show Off a Strong Ensemble

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by Jacob Hall December 20, 2013 @ 9:40 AM
Sony
The original 'RoboCop' remains a classic for a number of reasons, and one of them is the film's wonderful cast of memorable character actors. Since the remake needs as much help as it can get to live up to the gold standard of the film it's rebooting, it has followed suit and jammed as many high-quality thespians into the production as humanly possible. A new gallery of images has premiered, and rather than show off fancy CGI or action, they serve as a reminder that 'RoboCop' inexplicably has one of the best casts of 2014.

'RoboCop' PSA Targets Drunk Driving: Drive Sober or RoboCop Will Pull You Over

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by Nick Romano December 18, 2013 @ 9:45 AM
Sony
http://youtu.be/kwLfhVnALOA
In a move that not only promotes the upcoming 'RoboCop' remake but also attempts to strike fear in the hearts of potential drunk drivers, Sony Pictures has partnered with the National Highway Safety Administration for a new PSA: "Drive sober or get pulled over" ... by RoboCop!

'RoboCop,' 'American Hustle' and More Get New Release Dates [UPDATE]

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by Jacob Hall October 24, 2013 @ 1:42 PM
Sony
It's always surprising when high-profile movies change their opening days with only months or weeks to spare. So break out your calendars and raise your eyebrows, movie fans, because a few major Sony releases have shifted. Two of them are fairly minor, but the third definitely sends up a red flag or two.

See the Cast of 'RoboCop' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes September 17, 2013 @ 8:15 AM
Orion Pictures
In 1987, director Paul Verhoeven unleashed 'RoboCop,' a sci-fi action flick and darkly comic satire starring Peter Weller as Alex Murphy, a cop who is murdered and brought back to life by the corporation OmniCorp to protect and serve as the cyborg known as RoboCop. After 26 years, two sequels, and a remake on the way, we take a look back at the cast of the original film and see where they are now.

You Can See That Again: How TV Shows Become the Hot New Way to Reboot Movie Franchises

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 12, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
MGM / NBC
We’ve all heard the casual moans of fan communities that Hollywood never comes up with anything original anymore, settling into the familiar patterns of sequels, remakes, and adaptations of familiar properties to cash in on brand recognition. And while remakes have become subtly accepted as a chance for a new take on dormant properties, the recent ‘RoboCoptrailer reminded us just how much passions can strain in the dissection of beloved classics.