The Robot from the '60s Lost in Space looks ridiculous by modern standards, but it's weathered the decades remarkably well: even if you've never watched the show, you can still take one look at the design and learn a lot about the character. As the new Netflix exclusive Lost in Space series gets closer to its April 13 debut, the folks behind the new series shared how their take on the 'bot will differ from the original - and how it still pays homage to the B-9 of old. Subscribe now! The first big change: the Robot is no longer a lumbering, service-oriented member of the Jupiter-2 crew. It's now the imposing pilot of a mysterious alien ship, and the Robinsons only encounter it when they crash land on a mysteriously Earth-like planet. The focal point of the Robot's design is the "My God, it's full of stars" faceplate. Still images don't do the depthless void within its head justice, so here's a gif. However, like the original series, Will Robinson forms a bond with it and yes, it does say "Danger, Will Robinson" at some point.
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But will spamming their timeline with a classic quote from the s series backfire? Lost in Space became a cult sci-fi hit when it first debuted in and now Netflix plans to reboot the space opera. The project has been slow going, being announced in News of the series has started to pick up since then, with several high profile stars joining the cast. Smith, and Maxwell Jenkins has nabbed the iconic role of Will Robinson.
Random but the mom from Lost In Space, Maureen Robinson, is smarter than Tony Stark.
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