ROBOCOP Scene Details Reveal Potential Spoilers And New Set Photos Revealed
In the latest round of Robocop news, we have details and a few photos from last week's shoot of an "Anniversary Party" scene, and our first look at Murphy's house. We also have photos of graffiti from the Hamilton, Ontario set.
Thanks to a reader who has sent us scene details and photos from last week's shoot on Calder Road in Mississauga, we may have some Potential Spoilers on a scene that took place. The bystander describes the scene as an "anniversary party" of sorts, and tells us that the crew was very welcoming and even let people watch the live-recording camera feeds. You can always email your own set photos and reports by clicking HERE
"Only actors at this set would be Joel Kinnaman and Abbie Cornish since the house is being used as Murphy's house I believe. Highly Likely that they were there as it was their anniversary party that they were filming. A few days ago they actually had the whole street closed down at night for some explosion scenes, the next day the whole house had burn residue on it and a Big dent in the garage, wish I got a picture. No sight of robocop outfit at all."
So, it seems like Alex (Joel Kinnaman) and Ellen (Abbie Cornish) would be celebrating their anniversary, and perhaps something terrible could go wrong during it which would result in explosions and burns. Below you can see a few photos of Murphy's house as well as 2028's car designs.
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I've also come across some amazing photos of the Hamilton, Ontario set where Robocop will start to film tomorrow. Samuel L. Jackson and Gary Oldman are rumored to appear, so stay tuned to ComicBookMovie for any news on that. These set photos reveal "FREE DETROIT" graffiti, along with a sign for a Chicken and Waffles restaurant, however I'm told there are no waffles in sight.
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Robocop is set to be released on August 9th, 2013.
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