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Thursday, 18 October 2012

RoboCop star Joel Kinnaman reveals his bionic behind... and he even has an assistant on hand to keep it shiny

By MIKE LARKIN

Rearly impressive: Joel Kinnaman gave the first flash of his robotic rear on the set of RoboCop in Canada on Thursday

One thing no one talked about when the original RoboCop was released was the cyborg's behind.
But that looks set to change, after Joel Kinnaman gave the first flash of his impressive rear while filming in Toronto, Canada on Thursday.
The Swedish actor seemed to revel in showing off his plastic posterior while talking through a scene with crew members.
And it was enough to make even Kim Kardashian jealous, with his pert behind reflected in the shape of the bodysuit.

Buffing the droid: A lackey was spotted polishing the actor's pert plastic posterior between takes

The 32-year-old actor also seemed determined to make sure he looked perfect from every angle during filming, as a lackey was later spotted buffing his now famous asset with a duster.
One cannot envision the character from the 1987 original allowing such behaviour to pass without a few stern words.
But the remake seems to be a very different animal from Paul Verhoeven, which was a gritty satirical look at a non-too-distant dystopian future.

Is that a Batman impersonator: The new RoboCop suit looks more like the Dark Knight than the iconic original

The new RoboCop looks far slicker then the imposing metallic original, and wears a Batman influenced sleek black suit.
And while it may earn more than the original's $53m, it is certainly unlikely that it will match it in winning an Academy Award.
In 2008, the film was selected by Empire magazine as one of The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time, and was placed The Best 1000 Movies Ever Made list by The New York Times.

Highly rated: Paul Verhoeven's 1987 original won an Oscar and has been named in multiple best film lists

In the remake Kinnaman plays Alex Murphy, the hero police office who is critically injured in the line of duty.
His life is saved using the latest robot technologies, creating a futuristic Robocop who struggles to adjust.
Speaking to MTV Kinnaman said: 'The RoboCop reboot is going to be a lot more human,' adding, 'the original is one of my favorite movies. I love it.

source: dailymail

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