Joel Kinnaman Talks 'RoboCop' Reboot: “I Can’t Imagine How RoboCop Could Be PG-13″

The Collider:
Earlier this afternoon, Collider was invited to participate in roundtable interviews for Season 2 of the AMC drama series The Killing, which premieres on April 1st. While Season 1 was all about questions and red herrings, Season 2 promises to start uncovering the answers while delving into and exploring the notion that everyone has past secrets that are now coming back to haunt them. And, the resolution of who killed Rosie Larson (Katie Findlay) will be answered at the conclusion of this season.

We will run what the actors had to say about the show’s return later in the week, but we did want to share what actor Joel Kinnaman had to say about his upcoming role in the RoboCop reboot, working with director José Padilha, his love of the original film and Paul Verhoeven’s work (including Starship Troopers), how they start shooting in August, and how adamant he is about the importance of an R rating for the film. Check out what he had to say after the jump.

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alycakes3375d ago

I totally can't make every movie PG13. Sometimes you have to just make the movie and let the rating fall where it falls.

-MD-3374d ago (Edited 3374d ago )

I wish more movies were made like that. Not trying to cut bits and pieces to preserve a low rating so kids can funnel in more money.

I've actually avoided films that got cut from an R to a lower rating because I knew the movie was being held back because of it. Kinda like the Expendables 2 going from an R to a PG-13, like really? I have such little interest in seeing that one now.

-MD-3374d ago

It'd be a massive disappointment to my older brother if this ended up being PG-13. He's been waiting years for this.

alycakes3374d ago

I just want them to make the story good...don't mess with the plot and leave the ratings alone. If it has to be R then let it be an R.