"I, Robot" Sequel Is Up
A surprising tidbit has come up from Collider.com's pit concerning the possibility of a follow-up to 20th Century Fox's 2004 sci-fi actioner "I, Robot."
During an interview with "Star Trek" series writer Ronald D. Moore, the site has successfully dug bit info from the man that he is on work to pen the sequel to the movie. However, little is known about the project since Moore refused to give any plot details though he did remark that he was under the impression that the pic would be a bigger budget film and not just a direct-to-DVD production.
Loosely based on Isaac Asimov's collection of short stories of the same name, "I, Robot" was set in the future of year 2035 A.D. and centered on Chicago Police Detective Del Spooner who investigates the murder of U.S. Robotics' Director of Research Dr. Alfred Lanning. The movie scored great on the box office, altogether collecting a worldwide tally of more than $347 million.
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