Robocop fans have been eagerly awaiting news of the in-development Robocop Returns sequel, but it appears there’s something else that will excite fans of the franchise.
Thanks to an interview with original Robocop co-writer Ed Neumeier, we now know that MGM is developing a new prequel television series that would focus on **** Jones.
The character was brought to life in the film by Ronny ***, and the series would follow his rise to becoming the villain fans know and love to hate. Neumeier revealed that he is working with MGM on the project in an interview with Moviehole and described it as the best parts of the movie, just without Robocop.
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