Robocop Sheet Has a Sleek, Sexy, Slightly Dredd-ful Style; Loki Breaks Out and Odin Hangs With His Bird Friends in New Thor: The Dark World Character Sheets

Posted: September 12, 2013 in Movies


The first poster for Robocop is sleek, sexy and has a slightly Dredd-full look.  The splash of red echoes Judge Dredd and the molded body armour has a Dark Knight sass to it.   All in all this is one stylish and cool Robocop the city of  Detroit, in its current bankrupt state, can hardly afford.

Joel Kinnaman’s resemblance to original Robocop,Peter Weller, at least from the lips down, probably landed him the role.   And as for that molded sexy armour, ladies with a thing for men in uniforms are going to be aching to here “Don’t Move”(the famous original line) and pleading to be towed to the nearest precinct to be booked and with any luck frisked gently, firmly but all so professionally.

Peter Weller was a helmet and 50 shades of gray.  Kinnaman is black and hot even if it were more than 98 degrees in the shade.

Jose Padhilla directs this Robocop coming out February 2014.

Also starring Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Abbie Cornish, Jay Baruchel and Jackie Earle Haley.


In the newest sheet for Thor:  The Dark World Loki breaks out of his Asgardian prison cell just in time for the hoped for fan sequel featuring the famous trickster.  If you would like to be among the over 20 thousand disgruntled movie fans demanding that Marvel make a stand alone movie featuring Loki go to and sign the petition.

To accommodate Loki’s new found fan popularity Thor: The Dark World director Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones) added re-shoots to the production schedule to create more scenes with Loki in them.  

The same pose, minus a dagger, was used in the last Loki poster dropped a few days back.  The more things change in Hollywood marketing the more they stay the same.

Also dropped was a nice UK poster of Anthony Hopkins as Odin and his raven buddies Hugin and Munin.  All is needed  is Wynken, Blynken and Nod for a mighty fine Norse nursery rhyme in case Loki’s scheming causes Odin to nod off  like he did for half of the first Thor movie.  

Thor: The Dark World opens November 8th in the States and October 30th in the UK. 


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