I've been a big fan of Gary Oldman's for a long time, probably ever since he did Sid and Nancy.
As we’ve reported here on TG, film festivals seem to have been making a big comeback across the country, which we think is a wonderful development.
You should always be careful what rumors you choose to repeat, because especially in this day and age, a rumor can go pretty far before it’s debunked.
The upcoming remake of Robocop is apparently moving full speed ahead. Joel Kinnaman, from the AMC show The Killing, and who also recently had a role in Safe House, will be playing the title role.
Recently, rumors were running rampant that Russell Crowe was up for the lead in the remake of Robocop.
The upcoming reboot of Robocop - under the direction of José Padilha - will offer a new perspective on the popular franchise by focusing on the protagonist’s transformation from man to machine.
Chalk up another victory for Team Abrams, because veteran actor Peter Weller is joining the cast of Star Trek 2!
During a recent interview, Michael Fassbender was asked if he would be interested in playing the role of RoboCop in the upcoming reboot of the classic sci-fi film.
The new RoboCop film is in pre-production, but has apparently been stalled by a script rewrite ordered by director Jose Padilha.
Director José Padilha isn't interested in simply rebooting the classic movie RoboCop for modern audiences.
Without having seen Colombiana, it really felt very familiar just from watching the trailer.
Imagine dropping RoboCop into the dystopian future of the Terminator franchise. Well, that’s what Dynamite Comics has done in Terminator RoboCop: Kill Human.
In Stock and Trade, our latest genre fiction feature series, we’re looking at fictional corporations. Today, we’re featuring Omni Consumer Products.
It seems like I’m writing about another sci-fi movie reboot at least once a week, and this week is no different as Hollywood has announced plans to reboot "Robocop," one of the coolest, yet most gratuitously gory genre movies of all time.
There are some causes that people believe in so much that they’ll organize their efforts to achieve a common goal. For citizens in the city of Detroit that goal is a statue of their cyborg hero, RoboCop.
Detroit’s Mayor Dave Bing was featured in several media outlets Tuesday. You would think his appearances would have people in cyberspace talking about his efforts to fix Detroit, but people were talking about his veto of a RoboCop statue instead.