We’ve got just under a year before the RoboCop remake will be released, and if it’s anything like Sony’s other sci-fi reboot of Total Recall, about the same time before it’s forgotten. This past weekend we got our first look at Joel Kinnaman in his suit and now it looks like José Padilha‘s Toronto set has been a little more locked down, as new set photos (from Just Jared) show our star now partially clouded with a nifty robe. Also included is our first peek at co-star Abbie Cornish and some of the vehicles.
In more substantial news, The Hollywood Reporter brings word of a new addition to this ensemble – already including Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Jackie Earle Haley, Jay Baruchel, Jennifer Ehle, Michael Kenneth Williams, and Marianne Jean-Baptiste. Dexter star Aimee Garcia (pictured right) has come aboard to help craft our title character, alongside Oldman. In the meantime, check out all the aforementioned photos below, as well as a teaser poster from this summer’s Licensing Expo now in high-resoution, thanks to Cine1.
RoboCop opens on August 9th, 2013.
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