Anybody Want To See Bill Nye Do The Robot While Dressed Like A Robot On National Television?

Eat your heart out, Tron Guy. How did we overlook Bill Nye for the RoboCop remake?!!

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'RoboCop' Remake Trailer!!!

They might have not screwed this up. The first trailer for Sony/MGM's Robocop reboot is here and, forgive me for saying, looks really good. Yes I know that 1987 original is a classic and there's some things that should not be messed with, but in the studio's defense, Samuel L. Jackson wasn't around back then. I don't want to live in a world where Samuel L. Jackson isn't in a movie about a robot cop. Elite Squad's José Padilha directs this update that sees OmniCorp looking to bring their success with drone warfare onto American soil by putting a RoboCop in every city. But they didn't count on the man inside the machine exerting his own sense of right and wrong. Get mad if you need to but I like what I see. At least he doesn't transform into a motorcycle.


Get Pumped For 'Tron: Legacy' With Daft Punk's 'Derezzed' Music Video

Time to rock out with our Tron-cocks out! The robots in Daft Punk have released this video for "Derezzed," the first single from their Tron: Legacy score. If you haven't heard it yet, it's a pretty exciting series of beep-boop-bops. Time to rock out with our Tron-cocks out! The robots in Daft Punk have released this video for "Derezzed," the first single from their Tron: Legacy score. If you haven't heard it yet, it's a pretty exciting series of beep-boop-bops, and the perfect thing to listen to when cyber-jousting on a Tron horse. Now they have Tron horses! Just when you thought they couldn't Tron anything else. The video is mostly a tip of the hat to fans of the original film, done up mostly in the throwback (cost effective) style. But it's also a tip of the hat to fans saying, "Hubba hubba," as Olivia Wilde shows up near the end. As if she'd ever set foot in an arcade.


This 'RoboCop' Theme Song Was Somehow Rejected

No justice. We've made no bones about our dislike of the RoboCop reboot around here (although we hear it's actually pretty good and you should go see it). But we're stubborn and the movie theater is several long blocks away so eff that movie. Here's another reason for our unreasonable hatred: this awesome theme song somehow did not make it on to the soundtrack. I can only chalk this oversight up to the fact that there is no justice. If only there were some kind of perfect hyper-violent lawman who didn't emote or sleep and only eats baby food to set this wrong right.


The Screen Junkies Show: How To Fix RoboCop

Nick Mundy has a few ideas. We're all nervous about RoboCop. Each year, remake after remake flood theaters with a pretty low return on quality. There are exceptions but few and far in between, so you can understand our collective trepidation around RoboCop's retread. How do you take an already perfect movie and make it more perfecter? We invited Nick Mundy to the show to tell us how they can make sure RoboCop doesn't suck. The man has great ideas and great passion. Let us know which was the worst movie remake and you could win a $25 Best Buy gift card! See official rules here...


New 'RoboCop' Trailer: Droning On

Not as rated R as I'd like, but not all bad either. A new trailer for Jose Padilha's RoboCop remake is online offering a better look at the film's plot. This time, it's not just Detroit that sucks so bad that robotic sentries are needed. It's the entire world that needs to be policed by hyper-violent killing machines. However, liberals don't cotton to the idea of a robot with a gun on American soil so Michael Keaton comes up with the PR-friendly notion of shoving a corpse into a robot. Problem solved!


Watch Robots Pound On Each Other In 'Real Steel' Featurette

See what makes them tick. [post-album postid="216901" item="4"]This behind the scenes look at Real Steel shows us exactly what makes the robots tick. Surprisingly, it's not Andy Serkis. Boxing great Sugar Ray Leonard is the man behind the mo-cap this time, choreographing fight moves with actual boxers (imagine if he played Gollum). Normally I'd make a joke about the spandex and motion-ball outfits, but I value my jaw so I'll let this one slide. Also featured are stars Hugh Jackman and Anthony Mackie, who do their best to act against nothing. I'm talking about the special effects, you guys. Not Evangeline Lilly.