Real Steel (2011)

PG-13  |   |  Action, Drama, Family


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In the near future, robot boxing is a top sport. A struggling promoter feels he's found a champion in a discarded robot.


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  • Anita Briem at an event for Real Steel (2011)
  • Hugh Jackman and Anthony Mackie in Real Steel (2011)
  • Hugh Jackman and Dakota Goyo in Real Steel (2011)
  • Hugh Jackman and Evangeline Lilly in Real Steel (2011)
  • Nikki Reed at an event for Real Steel (2011)

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Trivia

Shawn Levy chose to film the movie in Michigan, because he was blown away by the Model T automobile plant in Highland Park near Detroit. He felt it was the perfect set for the first fight scene, called Crash Palace, in the film. No other location he visited ... ...


Quotes

Bailey Tallet: This is what's left of Noisy Boy?
Charlie Kenton: That's it. His head does make a nice addition to the front of the Crash Palace.


Goofs

While in shadow mode the robot swings the incorrect arm. Charlie swings with his right arm and the robot swings with his left arm.

Storyline

Plot Summary


Synopsis (WARNING: Spoilers)


Genres

Action | Drama | Family | Sci-Fi | Sport

Details

Release Date:

7 October 2011

Language

English, Ukrainian


Country of Origin

USA, India

Box Office

Budget:

$110,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$7,446,967 (Russia) (9 October 2011)

Gross:

$85,468,508 (USA)

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