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The fights in Real Steel are all computer animated, as it would be very costly to create and destroy the robots. In this clip you can see some of the filming to which they add the robots later. They do have the robots but there are just props. As for the technology, the different parts are all being developed but not yet ready to make fighting robots. Some ...


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Found similar question in Scifi and borrowing DavRob60's answer from there shamelessly. We don't know for sure, and it's intentional : here is an quote from an Interview: ‘Real Steel’ by Director Shawn Levy. SR: The idea of Atom’s sentience is introduced in the film, but is never fully explored, was that a conscious decision? I had three versions ...


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I don't think so....the fighting between the 'bots in the movie is mainly boxing-oriented. Some of the moves may look similar, but I don't see a People's Elbow or a Pedigree happening in the movie, so I doubt it. I think these parts of the movie are just symbolic. Atom's the People's Champ because he represents a more human way of fighting, which is more ...


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searching key words "wwe real steel" brought me here. i was curious about the exact same thing, but the reference that really got me marking out was the reference to where Atom hails from, and it was cited as "parts unknown", which is exactly how The Ultimate Warrior and Kane (half-brother of The Undertaker) are billed in the WWE. Chris Jericho, at one ...



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