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New Robocop Trailer Emerges

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We have the third Robocop trailer for you, as excitement mounts ahead of the carbon-fibre cop's return to the big screen.

This one focusses almost exclusively on the unfortunate officer, Alex Murphy (played by Joel Kinnaman), who suffers life-threatening injuries, before waking up to a strange new reality.

Previous trailers have hinted that the new reboot will alter a lot of the context, and a key key elements of the story; as ever, fans of the original will be hoping that none of the magic will be lost in the process. We're still cautiously optimistic...

RoboCop is set to be released on February 7th, 2014

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