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    Soundtrack

    Real Steel (Music from the Motion Picture)

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    • 1 Bad Meets EvilFast Lane 4:13
    • 2 Beastie BoysHere's a Little Something for Ya 3:09
    • 3 Foo FightersMiss the Misery 4:33
    • 4 50 CentThe Enforcer 3:25
    • 5 The Crystal MethodMake Some Noise (Put 'Em Up) [feat. Yelawolf] 3:27
    • 6 Eminem'Till I Collapse (feat. Nate Dogg) 5:00
    • 7 The Prodigy & Tom MorelloOne Man Army 4:15
    • 8 TimbalandGive It a Go (feat. Veronica Gardner) 4:21
    • 9 Tom MorelloThe Midas Touch 3:28
    • 10 Limp BizkitWhy Try 2:53
    • 11 Rival SonsTorture 3:37
    • 12 Alexi MurdochAll My Days 4:57
    • 13 Danny ElfmanKenton 1:40

    5

    " If you get one shot, make it real."
    Country
    Runtime 2 hr 7 min
    Budget $110 000 000
    Premiere: World $299 268 508 September 6, 2011
    USA $85 468 508
    Other countries $213 800 000
    Box Office – Budget $189 268 508
    Premiere: USA $85 468 508 October 2, 2011
    first day $8 533 690
    first weekend $27 319 677
    rollout 452 days
    Digital: World January 24, 2012
    Parental Advisory Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, Violence & Gore, Sex & Nudity, ...
    • Frightening & Intense Scenes

      few

    • Profanity

      few

    • Violence & Gore

      few

    • Sex & Nudity

      few

    Production Companies Walt Disney PicturesTouchstone Pictures21 Laps Entertainment...Reliance EntertainmentDreamworks PicturesImageMoversAngry Films
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    Description

    In the near future, robot boxing is a top sport. A struggling ex-boxer feels he’s found a champion in a discarded robot.

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    Production

    Based on Richard Matheson's 1956 short story "Steel", the original screenplay was written by Dan Gilroy and was purchased by DreamWorks for $850,000 in 2003 or 2005 (sources differ). The project was one of 17 that DreamWorks took from Paramount Pictures when they split in 2008. Director Peter Berg expressed interest in the project in mid-2009 but went no further. Levy was attached to the project in September 2009, and Jackman was cast in the starring role in November for a $9 million fee. In the same month, Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider at DreamWorks greenlit the project. Les Bohem and Jeremy Leven had worked on Gilroy's screenplay, but in 2009 John Gatins was working on a new draft. When Levy joined the project, he worked with Gatins to revise the screenplay, spending a total of six weeks fine-tuning the script. Advertising company FIVE33 did a two-hundred page "bible" about robot boxing. Levy said he was invited by Spielberg and Snider while finishing Date Night, and while the director initially considered Real Steel to have "a crazy premise," he accepted after reading the script and feeling it could be "a really humanistic sports drama."

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    Watched

    This family movie isn’t perfect, but it has everything I love: Hugh Jackman , robots, and sports. Therefore, this is not the first time I am reviewing it with pleasure. There are also many actors from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Translated to English

    Watched

    Secondary, but charming movie. Thanks to the cool Hugh Jackman, good graphics and the correct creation of empathy for the characters. Translated to English

    Watched

    One of my 10 favorite films, I can watch it forever. Excellent visuals, original idea, great acting by Hugh and the chemistry between him and his son. In the end you become very attached to this couple). The ending is somewhat unexpected. Excellent family movie. Translated to English

    Watched

    Before us is a future where brutal sports have long faded into the background, but people still demand spectacle and a new era has come, where not people, but robots enter the ring and this is a truly amazing spectacle. Translated to English

    Watched

    An emotional, exciting film, with decent graphics, good actors, where we are again convinced that money, perhaps, can turn a pile of iron into a combat robot and decide the outcome, but still not win, because true victory is to rediscover hope and Love. Translated to English