Amazon owns MGM. The tech giant has taken the label along with a huge collection of released movies and series under its wings over years of independent operation. It turns out there was an idea for some classic productions to return to screens, but sThe planned RoboCop and Stargate movies and series promise to be particularly interesting.
RoboCop will clean the streets again. The 1980s sci-fi blockbuster about a cyborg lawman returns as a new movie and series from Amazon Studios. Apparently, there are debates about what should appear sooner, but the prevailing opinion is that the series does. Of course, this wouldn’t be the first time RoboCop has been brought to life. An animated series was created in the late 1980s, followed by three series released in 1990, 1993, and 2014.
RoboCop and Stargate will be back on screens thanks to Amazon
The Stargate is also highly regarded, and in her case this will be the first attempt at a reboot since the Stargate Origins series concluded in 2019.. It all started with Roland Emmerich’s 1994 film about a device called the Stargate, which enables near-instantaneous travel across the universe. Two more films followed in 2018, but the biggest success was the small-screen series Stargate SG-1, which ended in 2007. Amazon is said to be planning a movie or even movies first, and then backing them up with a series.
Amazon has yet to confirm news of its MGM projectsbut it looks like it’s going to be an exciting time for Prime Video subscribers.
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