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Looks like we're heading back to the crime-plagued streets of Detroit, with news that a new Robocop movie is on the way.
Director Neill Blomkamp is planning to make his planned RoboCop sequel as faithful to Paul Verhoeven's iconic original movie as possible.
“District 9” director Neill Blomkamp has signed on to direct a new installment of the “RoboCop” series for MGM called “RoboCop Returns,” a studio representative told TheWrap.
Ed Neumeier, who co-wrote Paul Verhoeven's classic 1987 action-thriller RoboCop, says he's working on a sequel to the film for MGM.
Paul Verhoeven established himself with studio films which also contained subversive, dark humor, like RoboCop (1987), Total Recall, Starship Troopers, and Showgirls. Sony tried to repeat that success with 2014’s RoboCop, which barely earned back its $100 million budget. Joel Kinnaman — who played the titular robotic cop in the remake — told Uproxx’s Mike Ryan that, “What we did wrong on RoboCop, we just did something new and didn’t really take into account what the fans really loved about the original.
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