Gallery: 'RoboCop' Showcases Futuristic Robot Technology

Cyborg of the Future


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The 2014 reboot of the classic "RoboCop" film stars Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton and Samuel L. Jackson.

In the movie, scientists create a superhuman crime fighter that is half-man, half-robot.

Here are some still production stills from the film.

Tough on Crime

RoboCop Weapons

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In the film, the RoboCop program is an experimental project to create new crime fighters by combining humans and machines.

Police Work

Joel Kinnaman as RoboCop

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Actor Joel Kinnaman plays policeman Alex Murphy in the 2014 film "RoboCop."

Face of the Nation

RoboCop Suit

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The RoboCop suit gives policeman Alex Murphy superhuman strength.


RoboCop Hands

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After policeman Alex Murphy is transformed into a cyborg RoboCop, he gains superhuman strength.

The Novak Element

RoboCop - Samuel L. Jackson

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Actor Samuel L. Jackson plays tv presenter Pat Novak in the film "RoboCop."


RoboCop Movie Still

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"RoboCop" stars Joel Kinnaman as policeman Alex Murphy.

Still Human

RoboCop Production Still

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Joel Kinnaman (left) plays policeman Alex Murphy, who is transformed into a cyborg RoboCop. Abbie Cornish (right) plays Alex's wife, Clara Murphy.

Lab Experiment

RoboCop - Gary Oldman

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Actor Gary Oldman plays Dr. Dennett Norton, chief scientist at the Omni Foundation, a multinational corporation that spearheads the RoboCop program.

Crime Fighter

RoboCop Helmet

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The RoboCop suit is a futuristic-looking exoskeleton.

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Denise Chow was the assistant managing editor at Live Science before moving to NBC News as a science reporter, where she focuses on general science and climate change. Before joining the Live Science team in 2013, she spent two years as a staff writer for, writing about rocket launches and covering NASA's final three space shuttle missions. A Canadian transplant, Denise has a bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto, and a master's degree in journalism from New York University.