What can Hollywood learn from the success of the new 'Halloween' and the failure of so many franchise reboots?
Insert the obligatory "I'd buy that for a dollar" reference.
The writer of the original 'RoboCop' is working on a sequel that ignores the franchise's checkered history.
30 years ago, Paul Verhoeven unleashed a violent social satire of the Reagan era, but is it still as relevant today as it was back then?
An attempt to make the 'Robocop' remake work.