It's been a while since we've seen anything cool from MGM's upcoming remake of RoboCop, directed by José Padilha (Elite Squad series) and starring Joel Kinnaman as Murphy, a Detroit police officer gunned down on the job who is resurrected as a crime fighting cyborg. Its well known that this reboot will feature a number of different robotic suits for Murphy as the RoboCop hardware is perfected by OmniCorp. We've seen Murphy's black S.W.A.T. armor. Now, we get a look at RoboCop's 1.0 armor, the EM-208, which is basically a human shaped drone minus Murphy's living tissue. The second photo gives us a look at Murphy's Combat Mode suit, which is capable of transforming into various vehicles, just like those other robots in disguise. Hurry and take a look, as MGM doesn't really want these pics out in the ether just yet. Basically they don't want to hear fans bitching about them before we all get a chance to see them in action. What I want is a look at the silver, black, and red suit. But they might be saving that for the first trailer reveal.
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