The Killing Season 4 Trailer

The six-episode fourth season of The Killing will be available on Netflix on August 1st 2014, and the company has released the first real trailer — promising cover-ups of an old mess, new mysteries, driving to a climactic conclusion of the story. Watch The Killing Season 4 trailer now after the jump.

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The Killing recap video

Most shows are lucky to get revived once. The Killing is experiencing the revival twice, with its second comeback scheduled for this August. To prepare fans for the fourth and final season, Netflix has released a The Killing recap video that revisits some of the highlights from the first three seasons. Watch it after the jump.

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If Jose Padilha‘s RoboCop wasn’t called “RoboCop,” it would be much easier to embrace. While this remake evokes and/or borrows many designs and big ideas from Paul Verhoven’s 1987 original, the meat of the story is almost totally unique, giving it the feel of a completely different movie. Obviously, that was the point, but by simultaneously differentiating itself while also staying beholden to the original, the film is burdened with the weight of expectations and analysis of the original film.

That burden aside, Padilha has made a pretty solid movie. It has a lot to say and it delves into facets of the Alex Murphy character we’d never seen before. The story is global; the influence of media and government plays a huge role. There’s some really intense action, which takes a back seat to myriad points of social commentary and morality. Those points give the film a seemingly unique voice, but it doesn’t work as a cohesive piece. Padilha has brought together a strong cast with beautiful music and camerawork to make a movie much better than one would expect, but nowhere near what you’d hoped. Read More »

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As remakes go, Jose Padilha‘s Robocop seems to be one of the more interesting ones. Not only does it promise a whole new spin on the core concept — by focusing far more closely on the toll that Robocopping takes on Alex Murphy for example — it’s assembled a great cast to help sell that story. Joel Kinnaman is the shining star, but he’s backed by the likes of Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Jackie Earle Haley, Samuel L. Jackson, and Abbie Cornish.

The latest batch of photos highlight some of those talented supporting players, while also showing off how damn cool Kinnaman looks at Robocop. Check ‘em out after the jump.

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An all-but-unstoppable robot cop is good to have around when drug cartels or terrorists show up, but can he corral drunk drivers? The National Highway Safety Administration hopes so. It has recruited RoboCop for a PSA warning holiday drivers that a futuristic law enforcement officer who doesn’t actually exist will be able to read their blood alcohol content from afar before making a traffic stop.

Actually, maybe a made-up cop is a good boogeyman for drunk drivers because there are probably some drunks who would be so psyched to meet RoboCop that they’d just stop for the privilege.

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‘RoboCop’ International TV Spot

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Want a new look at RoboCop, from director José Padilha and starting Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Abbie Cornish, Jackie Earle Haley, and Samuel L. Jackson?

A Japanese TV spot is now online, featuring a few minor bits of footage that most of you probably haven’t seen yet. Read More »

‘Robocop’ International Trailer: The Man in the Machine

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Most of the Robocop marketing so far has focused on, well, Robocop (Joel Kinnaman). But before he was Robocop, he was a plain old human known as Alex Murphy — and as the latest international trailer reminds us, Alex is lurking inside of him still.

While there’s more than enough action to go around in this new promo, the real focus is on the very human cost of Omnicorp’s new robot police force. It seems that being brought to the brink of death and then revived as a freakish android-man hybrid tends to take an emotional toll on a guy. Watch the video after the jump.

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‘The Killing’ Comes Back to Life, Again

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The Killing is really and truly the show that can’t be killed. After not one but two cancellations by AMC, the crime drama has just been resurrected for a fourth season, this time on Netflix. The new season will supposedly be its last, but at this point, who knows if this show is even capable of staying dead? Hit the jump to learn who’s coming back for the next run of episodes, and more.

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