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Real Steel: Rise of Robots to Fight for Humanity

In Real Steel, a new type of robot has been created to take over the world. These robots are human-like and they have been designed for entertainment purposes. However, these robots have become too powerful and now it is up to one man with a giant robot to save humanity from being taken over by them. In this blog post, we will discuss Real Steel as well as the rise of robots in our world today.

In the world of Real Steel, mankind has invented robots that are totally human-like and these robots are used to conduct mock fights. These robots are very lifelike and they can even talk like humans. However, their power is so great that they have been able to defeat the best human fighters. This is a true conflict between the humans and the robots when one of them dies.

Do you know about the Release Date of The Series Real Steel:

This series was released on 7 October 2011 with a budget of $110m. Also, this series is directed by Shawn Levy. It contains a cast of Hugh Jackman as Charlie Kenton and Dakota Goyo as Maximus. In the future, robots have become so advanced that they are winning all of the fights, especially against the best human fighters. 

Here is the Plot Discussed in The Series Real Steel:

Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman) is a former boxer and he is forced to travel the country with his son Max, fighting small-time robots for meagre prize money. When Charlie is finally pushed too far, he builds a state-of-the-art robot from parts of scrapped fighters and the two of them embark on a journey that puts them on the national and international stage. Stanford (Kevin Durand) is an ex-fighter who runs the US Robot Boxing League.

The Names of Cast and Characters in The Series Real Steel:

  • Hugh Jackman as Charlie Kenton
  • Dakota Goyo as Max Kenton
  • Kevin Durand as Stan
  • Will Ferrell as George Dubya
  • Mike Vogel as Ralph
  • Eric Stonestreet as Pete
  • Seth MacFarlane as Newt
  • Kristen Bell as Erin Sweets

What is the main conflict of the series, and how does it affect Charlie Kenton’s life?

The conflict in the series is between the humans and the robots. In particular, it is between Charlie and his son, Max. This conflict arises because Charlie’s job takes him all over the country and he does not have much time for his son. However, this conflict becomes more intense when Charlie builds a robot to fight for him and then is forced to take care of it. Later, in the series, Max becomes jealous of his robot because it is more loved and respected than he is.

How does the series compare to reality? Does it have any parallels to real life?

The series Real Steel is only partly realistic because there are no robots fighting in our real world yet. However, it does resemble reality when it comes to the amount of corporate greed that has emerged over the years. This is because big corporations are investing large sums of money into robotics in order to make them better and more benefit their own businesses. They are not valuing the robots as real human beings, but rather as tools for their own profits.

Why do people not like Charlie Kenton in The Series Real Steel?

Charlie is a very different person in this series than he is in real life. He appears much less intelligent than he is. He also appears more self-interested and short-tempered. However, this may be due to the fact that he is older and has to travel all over the country fighting with his son. Therefore, it could be that Charlie does not want to be bothered by his son when there are so many other things for them to do.

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