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Conceptual illustrator Ed Natividad ("The Amazing Spider-Man") updated his site with key frame and concept art for the RoboCop reboot, which was directed by Jose Padilha and starred Joel Kinnaman. Hit the jump to check out some alternate RoboCop designs.
Raymond Sellars (Michael Keaton), CEO of OmniCorp asks Dr. Dennett Norton (Gary Oldman), Omni Foundation Chief Scientist, if he can save the right hand of Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman). Come find out why in this deleted scene from RoboCop.
RoboCop didn't really live up to the original movie in the eyes of many fans, but if you've yet to check it out, the Blu-ray looks mighty appealing! Hit the jump to check out the cover (which is better than all the previous posters combined) and list of special features...
Here's an interesting video that takes you behind-the-scenes of Legacy Effects (formerly known as Stan Winston Studios) as they help construct the suits for Jose Padilha's RoboCop reboot.
Hit the jump for all of this week's box office updates, including news on Frozen (which is yet another Disney movie to hit the $1 billion mark), RoboCop, The LEGO Movie and many more!
Conceptual designers Eddie Yang, Fausto De Martini and Vitaly Bulgarov share information and artwork for Jose Padilha's RoboCop reboot. Including designs for RoboCop's new armor, weapons, props, and even ED-209. Click here for "Part 1."
Conceptual designers Eddie Yang, Fausto De Martini and Vitaly Bulgarov share information and artwork for Jose Padilha's RoboCop reboot. Including designs for RoboCop's new armor, weapons, props, and even ED-209. Click here for "Part 2."
Spoiler warning. If you haven't seen Jose Padilha's RoboCop reboot yet, you may want to avoid this article. As it might ruin some of the surprise. If you've seen the film, then hit the jump you lazy sack of crap and check this out.
Hit the jump to see a ton of production used concept art that was created for Jose Padilha's RoboCop. The artwork is being auctioned on EBay. You could get your hands on designs for ED 209, sets, weapons, armors, drones and so much more. Come check it out!
Conceptual illustrator, Tim Flattery, sent us two pieces of concept art that he created for Jose Padilha's RoboCop. They're designs for the bike, which ended up being a modified Kawasaki Ninja. Plus, two developmental sketches that artist Keron Grant did for the film.