This past weekend I stayed out overnight for a shoot of the major motion picture "Robocop". A remake of the 1980s classic starring Peter Weller.
With "The Killing" star Joel Kinnaman now at the helm, the remake recently moved production to Vancouver to film some scenes.
Originally shot mostly in Toronto & Hamilton this past summer/fall, production moved to Vancouver partly to accomodate the star Joel Kinnaman, as he is still actively filming The Killing here in Vancouver, and partly because the people in charge felt they werent getting everything they hoped for out of Toronto. The experience & skill of Vancouver won out. The production moved to Vancouver for a 16 day shoot of new scenes.
In this video we see Robocop (I believe the stunt man did this take...hard to tell when they were both in the suit which 1 is which) driving along the streets of Detroit coming in towards the headquarters of the fictitious Omnicorp.
EDIT (May 20, 2013)- As I promised in the original posting of this blog, there was another video of Robocop drawing his gun for a take.
Here it is.
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