By: Kelci Grammar
Mashups aren ‘t a new concept and there are a ton of cinematic universes that have combined storylines and characters before. From Freddy VS. Jason to Rugrats Go Wild, crossovers know no bounds and that ‘s what ‘s so fun about them.
You know who doesn ‘t make appearances in near enough movies though?
Much like the esteemed cowbell, there just isn ‘t enough RoboCop ‘ until now.
ScreenCrush editor-in-chief, Matt Singer, posed this question to twitter users:
Congratulations! You have been given the power to put RoboCop into any movie. What movie do you choose?
‘ Matt Singer (@mattsinger) March 19, 2019
The recommendations that poured in varied a lot but honestly, I think they ‘re all very appropriate in their own way.
There were a few calls for some RoboCop cameos in classics
The Sound of Music pic.twitter.com/oS6A4NuPMh
‘ ??? Maddox ??? (@maddoxrules) March 19, 2019
The hills are alive with the sound of cyberpunk justice
Wizard of Oz pic.twitter.com/aMXYVBpaze
‘ AdamAppleseed (@AdamAppleseedE8) March 19, 2019
The Wicked Witch would ‘ve been done for like, WAY earlier on in the movie
And the modern day movies people wanted to see him in were arguably even better
‘ Ryan Welborn (@osmFCPX) March 19, 2019
Can we get this reboot made now please because I am dying to see RoboCop tear shit up in Nazi-occupied France
Kramer Vs Kramer Vs Robocop
‘ Adam Ramsay (@RaRaRamsay) March 19, 2019
I truly think this would add to the emotional depth of Kramer vs. Kramer
Two words: Kindergarten Robocop
‘ PBJ (@joecarryon) March 19, 2019
This really isn ‘t even that far off from the original movie
Paul Blart, Mall Robocop
‘ Says Who (@MichaelDHacking) March 19, 2019
Seems a little excessive but hey maybe it ‘s time we all started taking mall cops more seriously
RoboCop (so that now it has two RoboCops)
‘ Brandon Bird (@Brandon_Bird) March 19, 2019
How is no one making this. Who do we send this to to make it happen. GIVE US DOUBLE THE ROBOCOPS
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