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First Look At Sharlto Copley In Elysium

Empire Online:
A few weeks ago we mentioned we'd spoken to Sharlto Copley for reasons we preferred to keep mysterious. One wag on the Empire messageboards suggested it was because he was up for Han Solo in Star Wars VII, but most of you probably guessed it was to do with Neill ‘District 9’ Blomkamp's upcoming dystopian epic Elysium. Now, heralding Empire’s 2013 Sci-fi Preview, we have an exclusive new image of the movie, showcasing Copley as the film’s villain Kruger. (Cinema, Elysium, Sharlto Copley)

darklordzor  +   915d ago
Come on trailer!
pr0digyZA  +   914d ago
Nice look (metal gear vibe), agreed though wheres the trailer ugh....
darklordzor  +   914d ago
Yeah, we haven't seen much of anything from this film, which is a big bummer.
TheCritic28  +   914d ago
So freaking badass, and reminiscent of District 9 (in a good way!)

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