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Abbie Cornish Talks Robocop

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Aussie actress Abbie Cornish stars as the wife of Alex Murphy, a police officer who suffers a terrible injury, forcing her to make crucial decisions about his future, in the remake of the much-loved 1987 classic Robocop.

We caught up with Abbie ahead of the film's release to discuss her memories of the original, the internet popularity of her feet, and why she didn't star in either Neighbours or Home and Away.

Robocop is in cinemas now

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