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‘RoboCop’ returning to theaters for 30th  anniversary celebration
    2017-July-19  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

《机械战警》重回银幕纪念开影30年

“RoboCop” is ready to serve and protect once again.

Monday marks the official 30th anniversary of the 1987 classic, and Alamo Drafthouse is using RoboCop‘s birthday to unveil some good news. Director Paul Verhoeven’s film is returning to theaters for a one-night event that will feature RoboCop himself, actor Peter Weller.

The “RoboCop” event will be live-streamed to theaters around the country from Dallas City Hall, where the production filmed its OCP Headquarters scenes. The Dallas event will feature food trucks, a full bar with “RoboCop”-themed cocktails, and plenty of photo ops.

Weller will participate in a Q&A after the screening. September’s “RoboCop” event is presented by Birth.Movies.Death, SYFY, and Alamo Drafthouse. Ticketing information can be found here. And another important thing to remember: Even if you can’t make it to Dallas, the Alamo Drafthouse screenings will also be “RoboCop” parties, with props* galore.

“RoboCop” was a big hit when it debuted in 1987, and has only grown in popularity over time. It tells the story of Alex Murphy (Weller), a Detroit police officer who dies in the line of duty, and is turned into a cybernetic* officer with three directives*: Serve the public trust, protect the innocent, uphold the law. The daring film posed questions about the influence of corporate interests and the role of law enforcement in society. It went on to spawn* two sequels (as well as an ill-fated* 2014 reboot).

Kevin Page, one of the film’s original stars, recently revealed to THR‘s Heat Vision his gory* death (via the ED-209) wasn’t gory enough for the director, who kept seeking to make it gorier.

(SD-Agencies)

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