Check out RoboCop’s New Ride…

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Hey, if you gotta be the future of law-enforcement and enforce all those laws, you mind as well have a nice, smooth ride to go along with your duties, am I right? Check out a couple of new set images from José Padilha’s “RoboCop” reboot, which not only features Robo straddling his latest ride, but also gives us our best look at the RoboCop armor yet. I gotta admit, I wasn’t buying the armor from past set images, but these new ones actually look pretty … cool? As always with set images…

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“The Killing’s” Joel Kinnaman makes his big-time Hollywood leading man debut as Alex Murphy, a hotshot Detroit city cop who gets himself blasted by bad guys, and is resurrected as the half-human, half-cyborg law-enforcement dude name RoboCop. Also starring Abbie Cornish as his long-suffering wife, Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman, Jackie Earle Haley, and Michael Kenneth Williams as Robo’s new, much male-er partner.

RoboCop saves the day on foot and on a ‘cycle August 9, 2013.

Joel Kinnaman on the set of RoboCop (2013) Movie Image

Joel Kinnaman on the set of RoboCop (2013) Movie Image

Via : Daily Mail

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  • clarkspark

    Too bad it also has a ‘generic cyborg’ look (talking about his suit), probably because its all black. No contrast. At least the original stood out. The true test is to see it in film.

  • ekadoken

    Batman ride much better.
    this look like ordinary bike,
    and new robocop design also so Lame.

  • http://www.grifiti.com Tin Hoang

    its not bad. it’s just not all that different. right out of a manga book.

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

    I’m not hating on it. Hoping like the “Amazing Spiderman” it looks better in motion than in stills.