America’s Favorite Fictional Robots

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The Iron Giant
> From: The Iron Giant (1999)

The Iron Giant is a 50-foot alien robot who befriends a nine-year-old boy against a backdrop of the Cold War in this animated film based on the 1968 novel “The Iron Man” by English poet and children’s writer Ted Hughes.

Source: Courtesy of Orion Pictures

RoboCop
> From: RoboCop (1987)

RoboCop is a cyborg law enforcer created by Omni Consumer Products by reviving a real police officer who is shot to death by a gang of villains in a dystopian Detroit.

Source: Courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Baymax
> From: Big Hero 6 (2014)

Baymax is an inflatable healthcare robot who knows 10,000 medical procedures. He and his friends are transformed into a band of high-tech heroes by robotics prodigy Hiro.

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Ultron
> From: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Ultron is a highly intelligent robot designed by Avengers Tony Stark and Bruce Banner as the head of a peacekeeping program. He misunderstands and goes rogue, believing that he must eradicate humanity — and the Avengers must stop him.

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