Who owns the RoboCop franchise?

Who owns the RoboCop franchise?

RoboCop (franchise)

Owned by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Years 1987–present
Print publications
Novel(s) List of novels

How many people does RoboCop kill?

In the classic RoboCop from 1987 you’ll see in the video below that Murphy kills 28 people which is an amount any mass murderer could be proud of… but it’s not the highest of the series.

When did the movie RoboCop come out in theaters?

RoboCop was released in American theaters on July 17, 1987. The film opened no. 1 at the US box office and grossed over $8 million in its opening weekend and another $6 million in its second weekend, again regaining the top spot at the box office.

Where does RoboCop get his gun from in the movie?

RoboCop is assigned to Metro West and hailed by the media for his brutally efficient campaign against crime; but Lewis grows suspicious that he is Murphy from the unique way he holsters his gun—a trick Murphy learned to impress his son. During maintenance, RoboCop experiences a nightmare of Murphy’s death.

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What happens when RoboCop returns to OCP tower?

RoboCop returns to OCP Tower, destroying the ED-209 at the door with Boddicker’s weapon. He confronts Jones at a board meeting, revealing Directive 4 and his recording of Jones’ confession. Jones grabs a gun and takes the OCP chairman, planning to escape via helicopter with him as hostage.

Why was Detroit on the verge of collapse in RoboCop?

In a dystopian future, Detroit is on the verge of collapse due to financial mismanagement and a high crime rate. The city signs a deal with the mega-corporation Omni Consumer Products (OCP) to run Detroit’s police department in exchange for letting OCP rebuild run-down sections of the city into a high-end utopia.