Jose Padilha News

Robocop's Worldwide Box Office Reaches $31.5M

2:12 PM 2/13/2014 by Senh Duong
Joel Kinnaman in "Robocop"
Robocop opened a couple weeks ago in Asia to take advantage of the Chinese New Year holidays and took in a solid $5.5M from three small territories. I can see why after a press screening. One of the key locations in the film is China, although I think Hollywood needs to think just a bit harder than rice paddies to represent the country.
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Director José Padilha Talks ROBOCOP, Deleted Scenes, the PG-13 Rating, His Series in Development at Netflix, and More

collider.com – From director José Padilha, this re-imagining of RoboCop is set in 2028, with OmniCorp as the world’s leader in robot technology. When loving husband, father and honest cop Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman) nearly dies, OmniCorp sees an opportunity to build a part-man, part-robot police officer that will not only stop crime and corruption in Detroit, but reap billions for their company. 28 weeks 5 days ago via donnieyen
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Joel Kinnaman talks about Jose Padilha's Robocop and how he landed the part

joblo.com – From the PG-13 rating to the black suit and human hand, it seems like every fan of the original ROBOCOP has a reason why they're not too high on the remake. Maybe you'll feel a little bit better after reading what star Joel Kinnaman has to say. The actor opened up about ROBOCOP in an interview with IGN, and revealed some details about the film, including how he got the part.

29 weeks 6 days ago via jackiechan

Watch the First 'Robocop' Remake Trailer

6:49 PM 9/5/2013 by Jeff Giles
Robocop
It's been beset by bad buzz and punted into the February wasteland on next year's release calendar -- and nobody was really asking for it to begin with -- but MGM's RoboCop remake is still clanking our way, and as proof, here's the first trailer for the Jose Padilha-directed version of the story that gave a whole new meaning to the phrase "I'd buy that for a dollar" in 1987.
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Comic-Con: Jose Padilha Talks RoboCop

comingsoon.net – Following their panel yesterday , our very own ShockTillYouDrop.com has spoken with RoboCop director Jose Padilha regarding the upcoming film. 1 year 6 weeks ago via jetli
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'RoboCop' Director in Talks for 'The Brotherhood' at Warner Bros.

feedproxy.google.com – Brazilian filmmaker Jose Padilha would helm the true-crime thriller, an adaptation of the acclaimed book "The Brotherhoods: The True Story of Two Cops Who Murdered for the Mafia." 1 year 20 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Abbie Cornish Praises Jose Padilha's RoboCop

comingsoon.net – Although Jose Padilha's RoboCop won't hit the big screen until February 7, 2014, leading actress Abbie Cornish is already singing its praises. In an interview today with VH1 , the Limitless star spoke about her role as Ellen Murphy in the reboot. 1 year 25 weeks ago via brucelee
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Some New Pic from 'RoboCop'

latino-review.com – We haven’t heard much from the RoboCop remake coming in February 2014, at lest not since some less than positive script reviews surfaced. Now, however, we do have some new pics from the flick, which you can see right here. I’m in the camp that doesn’t really like the new suit, but I’m not going to totally condemn it until I see it in action.

1 year 35 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Revealing New Robocop Video Surfaces

ign.com – A licensing video has surfaced online revealing new concept art of scenes, armor and weapons -- as well as filmmaker and cast interviews -- for MGM's remake of RoboCop: RoboCop returns to the big screen February 7, 2014. 1 year 41 weeks ago via jetli
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New Robocop Gets Another Look – This Appears To Be His "Combat Mode"

bleedingcool.com – The script for the new Robocop features several different looks for our lead character, aside from the not-yet-shot, pink-and-juicy human stylings of Joel Kinnaman. In a draft of the script that was doing the rounds in recent months, Robocop’s first suit is scrapped after a focus group deride it for looking like a toy from the 80s. 1 year 41 weeks ago via donnieyen
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