Even though the statue unveiling was a media disaster, RoboCop still took over the city of Detroit Tuesday as the crime fighter hit the streets to meet and take pictures with fans in celebration of “RoboCopDay” and the Blu-ray and DVD release of the film.
RoboCop visited iconic landmarks including The Monument to Joe Louis, The Spirit of Detroit, 8 Mile and Comerica Park.
Additionally, RoboCop visited top radio stations at Clear Channel, CBS Radio and Greater Media Detroit, and even did the weather on WJBK-TV, the local Fox affiliate. The day concluded as he threw the ceremonial first pitch at the beginning of the game between the Detroit Tigers and Toronto Blue Jays, with the first 10,000 fans receiving a commemorative RoboCop poster and some lucky fans taking home a copy of the new Blu-ray. RoboCop took photos with players, invaded the press box and kept the peace with passionate fans.
Check it all out below!
Photo Credit: Photo credit: Robert Bruce Photography/Thinkjam/MGM/Sony
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