Robots will be everywhere, and they’ll soon be making our lives easier.
It will be a time of unprecedented disruption in everything we do.
But one thing that will never change is our love of the robots.
That’s the theme of Robo-Robot Dog, the latest animated sci-fi-comedy starring Michael Keaton as a scientist who has to save the world from a robot uprising.
The movie, directed by Joe Johnston (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Toy Story 3), stars Keaton and John Cusack, and it is expected to hit theaters in late 2019.
It follows the adventures of an old friend, played by Cusak, who helps a scientist find a way to save humanity from a catastrophic threat.
The first film in a trilogy, Robo-Dog will be based on a popular sci-Fi book series that debuted in 1984.
The book series was written by H.P. Lovecraft and inspired a slew of films, television shows and books, including the popular TV show of the same name.
The first two films in the trilogy, 2001: A Space Odyssey and 2001: Resurgence, followed the exploits of astronauts on the moon and beyond, respectively.
In the last movie, 2013’s Independence Day, it was written and directed by John Carpenter.
That film was based on the work of writer-director Robert Zemeckis, who had previously written the script for 2001: Space Odyssey.
The next two films will be the first two of the franchise to make it to the big screen, after 2002’s Star Trek: Into Darkness.
It’s unclear when the movie will be released, but Keaton recently said that he plans to make a film based on his book series “soon.”
The robot uprising will not only affect the way we live and work, but also the way science and tech are used in everyday life.
Robots will eventually make our lives more convenient and efficient.
But it won’t be easy.
Robots could become so smart that they’ll be able to tell us when it’s too late and they won’t have to make our own decisions, Keaton said.
In addition to the science fiction elements, Robo.
Dog features some of Keaton’s best comedic moments.
For example, when he and Cusacks are investigating the outbreak of a pandemic, Keatinge says, “What are we going to do?”
The two scientists, oblivious to the fact that the situation is dangerous, then say, “Let’s go, man,” and the robot dog runs off to help.
The dog is so smart, it even says, as the other scientists point at the dog, “Go.”