RoboCop Documentary Trailer Has One Big Rule: More Blood
RoboDoc: The Creation of Robocop the last trailer is here and she closes a little light on the bloody RoboCop franchise. Paul Verhoeven’s classic film was / is known for its exaggerated violence and gore, which is highlighted in the new trailer of the documentary. According to the documentary, Verhoeven’s mantra was “Blood, I want more blood,” and he was not joking. RoboCop is one of the bloodiest sci-fi action movies of all time. Verhoeven fans are about to learn a lot more about what has happened behind the scenes to make the movies run.
RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop is directed by Chris Griffiths, who is also known for his Pennywise: The Story of IT. Writers Eastwood Allen and Gary Smart participated in the project with the creative consultant and co-creator / writer RoboCop Edward Neumeier. The trailer of the documentary lasts a little less than 2 minutes, which leaves us wanting much more. Unfortunately, Griffiths has not announced an official release date for the project, although it is available in 2019. However, the oldest trailer of last year describes in more detail the franchise as a whole, which is included below.
RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop presents interviews with members of the cast: Kurtwood Smith, Nancy Allen, Ray Wise, Tom Noonan, Kenny Page, Ronny Cox and more. Star Peter Weller declined to participate in the project, but the documentary contains archive interviews with the actor. In addition, there are a multitude of archive archives featuring the late Miguel Ferrer, legendary stop-motion animation Phil Tippett and director Paul Verhoeven. Kenny Page says at one point in the trailer: “They put more mockers in my body than anyone in the history of cinema”. Page plays Kinney, who was swept away by the ED-209 in one of the bloodiest scenes in Hollywood history.
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In addition to the documentary RoboCop it was also announced earlier this year that the bronze statue of RoboCop’s character, financed by the crowd, had finally found a house. The statue was first announced in 2011 and took some time to build and even more to find a location to show it. The Michigan Science Center has paid tribute to one of the greatest movies of the 1980s and to one of the best fictitious policemen in Detroit.
There is no release date planned for RoboDoc: The creation of RoboCop the trailer looks really slippery and will be a treat when it will finally be released next year. To have Edward Neumeier is huge, and it is more than likely that all the beautiful images of the scene have come. As we wait for the release of the full documentary, we have plenty of time to watch the movies, and then watch last trailer and first teaser from last year, thanks to the RoboCop Documentary Twitter account.