ROBOCOP Returning to Theaters For 30th Anniversary
"Listen up, creep!" Everyone's favorite cyber-cop is ready to protect and serve audience once again. Today marks the 30th anniversary of the release of the 1987 classic Robocop and to celebrate director Paul Verhoeven's film is returning to theaters for a one-night event featuring the original Robocop himself, Peter Weller.
The RoboCop event will be broadcast live on September 10th to theaters around the U-S from Dallas City Hall, which was originally used by the production as OCP Headquarter. If you live in Dallas the event will be even better there will be food trucks, a full bar with RoboCop-themed drinks and lots of photo ops.
There will also be a special Q&A session with actor Peter Weller after the screening. Ticketing information can be found here.
RoboCop was already popular when it debuted back in 1987, but has grown even more popular since then. It was followed by two other sequels and a disappointing reboot in 2014. Watch the 1987 trailer below (notice its use of music from James Cameron's Terminator)