Later, when he was told “Bus 174” fame Jose Padilha is directing it, the project caught his fancy.
“You know there is a lot of wrong ways to do a ‘RoboCop’ remake. There is this obvious just little money scheme of getting something that’s very branded and trying to make some money out of it,” Kinnaman said in a statement.
“But when I heard it was Jose Padilha who was going to do the remake, then I became very interested in it.
“Then it became something that was going to have a lot of substance. So, I had a meeting with him…he explained his vision and I thought that was incredible and extremely relevant,” he added.
The reboot of the classic 1987 sci-fi action film “RoboCop” will hit Indian theatres Feb 14.