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RoboCop Is On The Way…Here's A Viral Video To Prove It!

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Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman, Hugh Laurie, Abbie Cornish and Joel Kinnaman aren't scheduled to start shooting the RoboCop reboot until September, but producers are already teasing fans.

A viral video (above) has hit the web in the form of a mock commercial for Omnicorp — the company that creates the technology so that Alex Murphy can be turned into the world's first robotic police officer.

The fictional advertisement suggests that a futuristic New York is patrolled by flying robotic drones and giant walking guns that attacked the Ewoks in Return of the Jedi. We last heard that Dr. House is playing the evil boss of the ominously-named defense company and it sounds like he's going to have quite the grip over the Big Apple by the time RoboCop is created.

Fans of the classic sci-fi franchise can't miss this one, so ch-ch-check out the first teaser for the upcoming remake!

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4 comments to “RoboCop Is On The Way…Here's A Viral Video To Prove It!”

  1. Josh b says – reply to this


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    Thats Detroit not New York…….



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    Too bad! Peter Weller was gorgeous as the original Robocop; I guess we don't get a cute one for this reboot.

  3. Jade Kinder says – reply to this


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    "giant walking guns that attacked the Ewoks in Return of the Jedi"

    Um… no. That's just the ED-209 robot from the original Robocop. Seriously, Perez?



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    Nope, tired of reboots and sequels so will not waste my money. With all the screenwriters in Hollywood (many out of work) surely someone can come up with an original script? But I guess the studios are being conservative with their money. Too bad as I know many people who will not go to see reboots and sequels.