This super amazing special effects production is the new Hugh Jackman, already expert in this type of action movies from their participation as XMen Wolverine. In the future, the fights are no longer in direct contact if a steel body simulating a giant robot. So your character is just a boxing promoter decides to take money, help your newly found and rescued 12 child of his own android realizes her dream of being a great fight and the ring.
In case you didn’t know, Sugar Ray Leonard was once considered the top boxer, he even won several titles in different divisions. This is the next film of pure steel boxing robots! You cannot turn your head to this movie, this is part of the new era and revolutionary effects are here to stay! Embrace the future and watch a fascinating movie. Keep your eyes open and stay tuned so you don’t miss out the premiere. Start looking for it, this film is the optimal combination- it contains drama, action and science fiction. The actors who star are acclaimed and extremely talented. As previously mentioned, the main character is played by Hugh Jackman, starring as well are: Dakota Goyo, Kevin Durand, talented Evangeline Lily, the beloved Anthony Mackie, amazing Olga Fonda, James Rebhorn along with Hope Davis.
Real Steel is a bold and shocking action film set in the near future, in which boxing has become a high-tech sport. The film is starring Hugh Jackman, who plays Charlie Kenton, a failed boxer who loses a chance to win a title when powerful robots than 90 kilos and more than two feet begin to compete.
Become a small-time promoter, Charlie survives assembling low-cost robots, which aims at fighting the circuit. Finally, when this situation hits rock bottom, Charlie is associated with its little-known son Max (Dakota Goyo), to build and train a robot true champion. As raising the stakes in the brutal arena where anything goes, Charlie and Max, against all odds, will have one last chance to succeed.
The trailer is magnificent so you might want to look for it. Dreamworks Pictures has unveiled a new poster this week. In this film is based on a short story that was written in 1956 by Richard Matheson titled Steel. According to many sources, Real Steel will be in theaters in October. Yet, many believe the premiere is scheduled for November. The poster to promote the movie Real Steel is out there, it certainly promises much as it is a story that so far has not been seen.
To be more precise, you will enjoy a story that is set in a near future where boxing in the ring no longer has humans as the main focus but high-tech robots. You will also see the story of boxer Charlie Kenton, which lost the chance to win a title when robots of 900 kg and 2.50 m in height took over the ring. The retired boxer- as previously mentioned- this boxer is dedicated to building robots with crummy junk fight battles that second row. But after being reunited with his son, decided to team up and go for the big boxing matches.
The film features a cast that will leave you satisfied and speechless. It certainly combines boxing robots to the delight of tech lovers.
Real Steel is to give it a spin on the genre of films of boxing and fighting, fighting robots by adding this traditional sport. In the not too distant future, robots will be fighting the most watched show of all, in which specially prepared these machines will face each other until the end. In these fights, the last full robot, gets the glory, the other for the scrap metal will. It has an all-star cast, including actors, which will give a human touch to the story. This is indispensable and the production is detailed oriented.
In case you missed details, the film is based on the short film of 1956, Steel and is the story of Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman), who must abandon his “almost” successful career as a boxer, to make way for new sport, played by humanoid robots ready to float like butterflies and sting like bees. As it was expected, Kenton does not make a good start in this new sports world and begins to be increasingly difficult, going into debt because of their bad bets and adverse outcomes. While at his worst, his son manages to convince him to put together a fighting robot and return to the limelight of the robo-world boxing. So begins his adventure to convert a lot of scrap iron into a powerful robot trained to fight and challenge the current world champion.
Real Steel has a release date scheduled for October but it may extend until November 24, 2011, and may be in traditional format, IMAX 3D in theaters. How about the idea of a mechanical Rocky Balboa?