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Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ is empty. Add the first question. Edit Details Country: USA Canada. Of course, Weller is now in his 70s, but if he were to agree to return, there are a couple of ways this could be addressed.
With a few minor tweaks, however, this could be changed to make Murphy an older, seasoned, veteran RoboCop. Second: they're doing wonders with digital de-aging these days, and it's worth noting that Weller's face and voice are the two most important components of his performance as Murphy.
For that matter, even if the star weren't willing to squeeze into the suit himself, it'd be fairly simple to use a stand-in while shooting the picture, then digitally insert Weller's face and have him overdub the dialogue in post-production.
For the time being, though, this is all pure speculation. Assuming a typical time frame to complete pre-production and casting now that Forsythe has taken the reins, though, we can guess that principal photography may commence by summer ; it would likely be completed by the fall, and if so, we'd likely be looking at a release in the spring or summer of Many episodes see RoboCop's reputation put to the test or soured by interventions from Dr.
McNamara, the creator of ED, the upgradable version of the Enforcement Droid Series and the top competitor for the financial backing of OCP.
He continually develops other mechanical menaces that threaten RoboCop. In the police force, RoboCop is befriended as always by Officer Anne Lewis, but is also picked on and lambasted by the prejudiced Lieutenant Roger Hedgecock who appeared as a minor character in the original film and his first name revealed in Night of the Archer , ever determined to be rid of him and his kind, whom he sees as ticking time bombs.
Their rivalry comes to a fever pitch during the episode "The Man in the Iron Suit", in which Hedgecock comes close to finally beating Murphy with the aid of a new weapons system developed by McNamara.
He almost kills Lewis when she interferes, enraging Murphy into tearing Hedgecock's iron suit apart and nearly crushing his skull before Lewis emerges, alive and well.
Robocop is maintained by Robocop Project director Dr. He was voiced by Dan Hennessey. RoboCop appears in RoboCop: The Series played by Richard Eden.
The series takes place years after the original film and ignores the events of the second and third films, Murphy's mother and father were introduced.
His father, Russell Murphy, was a devout police officer himself for many years until his retirement.
He is responsible for instilling Murphy with his trademark sense of duty and dedication to law enforcement, even after his transformation into a cyborg.
Throughout the series, Murphy finds himself teamed up with his father on a few cases that often saw them utilizing the elder Murphy's expertise in dealing with reappearing criminals he'd chased back before his retirement.
Although his father was stern, it was clear Murphy's parents loved and cherished him even after his 'demise. Ellen known as Nancy in the series for apparent copyright reasons and Jimmy Murphy were recurring characters as well, often finding themselves crossing paths with Murphy by falling in inadvertently or intentionally with the criminal element to which Murphy interfered and protected them from harm.
Despite his series partner Madigan's concerns to tell his family who he is, Murphy replied firmly, "No," as he felt doing so would hurt them even more.
He commented that "they need a husband I cannot be that. But I can protect them. RoboCop appears in RoboCop: Alpha Commando voiced by David Sobolov.
The series is set in the year and follows on from the previous animated series. The series deals with RoboCop being reactivated after five years offline to assist a federal high-tech group, "Alpha Division" in their vigilance and struggle against DARC Directorate for Anarchy, Revenge, and Chaos a highly advanced terrorist organization and other forces of evil whenever that may be, globally or nationally.
The series shared many of the same writers who had contributed to the s animated series, but had even less in common with the films or television canon that it was based on, including the first animated series.
RoboCop now has numerous gadgets in his body that were never in the film, such as roller skates and a parachute. The show also suffers from major continuity errors.
In the first episodes we see RoboCop's son in his memories flashback and he appears to be around We later see his son in the series, to be exactly the same age and even wearing the same clothing, as his memories.
The absence of Anne Lewis was never explained. Besides RoboCop himself, Sgt. Reed is the only character from the films in the series.
Unlike the films, and previous TV incarnations, RoboCop never takes off his helmet in Alpha Commando. RoboCop appears in RoboCop: Prime Directives played by Page Fletcher.
The series takes place ten years after RoboCop , RoboCop has become outdated, tired, and quasi-suicidal. Delta City formerly Detroit is now considered the safest place on Earth, and he is no longer viewed as particularly necessary.
The first half of the series focuses on Alex Murphy's former partner, John T. Cable, who is slain by RoboCop due to his system being hacked and being programmed to terminate Cable.
Cable is then resurrected as a cyborg in most aspects identical to the RoboCop model, save for color and the addition of a second sidearm.
Meanwhile, OCP on the verge of bankruptcy is taken over by a scheming executive, Damian Lowe, who manages to murder the entire board of directors.
To bring OCP back, he plans to use an artificial intelligence called SAINT to automate the entire city. The second half of the series introduces Dr.
He takes control of RoboCable by planting a chip in him that causes him pain or death, at Kaydick's discretion. RoboCop receives aid from a group of tech thieves led by Ann R.
Key Leslie Hope , who are determined to stop Kaydick, and RoboCop's own son, James — now fully grown and aware of his father's fate.
RoboCop and his rag-tag band race to stop Kaydick from infiltrating OCP tower and activating SAINT, which would presumably kill almost all humans.
During the confrontation, RoboCop and James reconcile with each other, and manage to rekindle RoboCable's previous personality. Key and Kaydick both die during a confrontation with each other.
Utilizing James's EMP device, and having shut down RoboCop, RoboCable and LEGION are terminated. RoboCop gets rebooted without his previous OCP restriction programming as well as restoring his identity as "Alex Murphy" as opposed to an OCP product number or his prime directives.
After viewing a goodbye message left by Cable, Murphy returns to active duty to stop the resultant crime in Delta City due to the EMP pulse blacking out the city.
Ed Neumeier revealed to MovieHole that a RoboCop prequel TV series is in development that will focus on a young Dick Jones and the rise of Omni Consumer Products.
Omni Consumer Products OCP is a fictional corporatocratic megacorporation in the RoboCop franchise. It creates products for virtually every consumer need, has entered into endeavors normally deemed non-profit , and even manufactured an entire city to be maintained exclusively by the corporation.
OCP is depicted as a megacorporation with products ranging from consumer products to military weaponry and private space travel. They are also the true main antagonists of every RoboCop film.
Their projects included RoboCop , the ED , and the RoboCop 2 cyborg. OCP owns and operates a privatized Detroit Police Department and in Robocop 3 employs criminals into a mercenary police outfit known as the Rehabs short for Urban Rehabilitators.
OCP, throughout its depictions in the RoboCop films, has sought to fully privatize a dystopian Detroit, Michigan, into "Delta City", a manufactured municipality governed by a corporatocracy , with fully privatized services — such as police — and with residents exercising their representative citizenship through the purchase of shares of OCP stock.
They also serve as part of the military—industrial complex ; according to OCP executive Richard "Dick" Jones, "We practically are the military. I say good business is where you find it.
In RoboCop 3 , OCP is bought out by a Japanese Zaibatsu , the Kanemitsu corporation. As a Kanemitsu subsidiary , OCP through its new CEO remains in charge of the destruction of old Detroit and the construction of Delta City by using the Rehabs as its police force, but are financially ruined whilst commander Paul McDaggett is killed by RoboCop.
By the end of the film, OCP's brutal policies concerning Delta City are brought to light, many of OCP's majority shareholders sell their stock, and OCP itself is forced into bankruptcy.
By the time of RoboCop: Prime Directives , OCP is being manipulated by a brash young executive who through murder and reallocation of resources, ascends to power to automate Delta City under a new artificial intelligence.
This is manipulated by a cyberterrorist, who seeks the destruction of the human race through a virus that can be introduced to computers and human beings alike.
For the remake, "OmniCorp" is a division of OCP, with the slogan "We've Got the Future Under Control. However, due to the Dreyfus Act, which prohibits the use of robots for law enforcement, OmniCorp has been unable to penetrate the American market.
Sellars plans to circumvent the bill by placing the body parts of critically injured Detroit Police officer Alex Murphy into a robotic suit.
The Enforcement Droid Series , or ED pronounced Ed Two Oh Nine , is a heavily armed robot. It serves as a foil for RoboCop, as well as a source of comic relief due to its lack of intelligence and tendency towards clumsy malfunctions.
For instance, during a boardroom demonstration by Dick Jones of ED's "disarm and arrest" procedure with a board executive named Kinney as the test subject, in which Kinney is given a pistol and told to point it at ED, ED fails to recognize that Kinney has dropped his weapon and blasts him to death in over-the-top fashion with its automatic cannons.
Later, it is shown that ED cannot climb or descend stairs as it tumbles trying to chase RoboCop.
Tippett developed preliminary sketches of ED to budget for its development and hired Davies to design the full-scale model and construct it with Paula Luchessi.Uncredited actor. Main article: RoboCop 3. In Februarythere was a humorous ploy asking Detroit Mayor Dave Bing if there was to be a RoboCop statue in his 'New Wwe Royal Rumble proposal, which is planned to turn Detroit back into a prosperous city again. Full Cast and Crew.