- Neill Blomkamp reveals details about his abandoned RoboCop sequel, “RoboCop Returns.”
- The sequel was intended to follow the 1987 film but failed to happen due to external reasons.
- The project was handed over to Australian filmmaker Abe Forsythe after Blomkamp left.
South African film director Neill Blomkamp divulged information about his previously planned RoboCop sequel titled “RoboCop Returns.” The film was intended to pick up the story following the original 1987 film, but never got off the ground due to circumstances beyond the director’s control.
In an interview,Blomkamp explained that his vision for “RoboCop Returns” had a very specific tone and that he “wanted to make a connection to the original movie as much as possible.” However, despite his passion for the project, Blomkamp eventually had to step away due to scheduling conflicts and other commitments.
The film was handed over to Australian director Abe Forsythe after Blomkamp’s departure, leaving the future of the project uncertain. For fans of the franchise, the details shared by Blomkamp about his intended sequel shed light on what might have been, had he been able to complete the project.