Click to viewThe new RoboCop movie won't just be a remake of the original Detroit cyborg police saga. Instead, it'll be a sequel. But how will a new RoboCop follow-up deal with the tangled mess of sequels, TV shows and TV movies that followed the first film? Click through for details.
Bloody Disgusting uncovered the plot of our Robo hero's latest outing, it's set in "Present day Los Angeles - 20 years after the termination of the RoboCop program. The city decides to reinstate the program." So will this movie be denying the existence of RoboCop 2 or any of the other robo sequels? What about Murphy? Is he going to come back as the old-timey robot that trains LA's new robo recruits?
And just to throw to add more exciting news to the future RoboCop movie, director Darren Aronofsky (The Fountain) is still being tossed around as a potential director for the film, and may be close to signing. Which means it could be an actual think piece... or ponderous and confusing, depending on which of Aronofsky's films it takes after.