I, Robot script
I, Robot (2004)
Synopsis: In 2035, highly intelligent robots fill public service positions throughout the world, operating under three rules to keep humans safe. Despite his dark history with robotics, Detective Del Spooner (Will Smith) investigates the alleged suicide of U.S. Robotics founder Alfred Lanning (James Cromwell) and believes that a human-like robot (Alan Tudyk) murdered him. With the help of a robot expert (Bridget Moynahan), Spooner discovers a conspiracy that may enslave the human race.

Spooner takes the citation. Drops it into a drawer filled

with about fifty others.

LT. BERGIN

The traffic division filed an

official complaint this morning.

SPOONER:

The traffic division is a machine.

LT. BERGIN

Look, I know there.s going to be an

adjustment period, Del...

SPOONER:

(interrupting)

I.ll send them a letter of apology.

Maybe some flowers. A box of

chocolates...

5.

JUST THEN Spooner.s phone RINGS. He throws Bergin a look.

Then snatches up the receiver.

SPOONER:

Spooner, homicide.

CUT TO:

12 EXT. U.S. ROBOTICS - ESTABLISHING - DAY 12

A sprawling glass and metal complex covering many city

blocks. The entrance is a large plaza filled with PEOPLE and

ROBOTS.

13 INT. U.S. ROBOTICS - METAL CORRIDOR - DAY 13

An elevator opens with a whoosh. Spooner steps out into a

featureless corridor. His footsteps, echoing. He stops at a

set of OPPOSING DOORS. Looks over at one, when the other

suddenly OPENS.

14 INT. U.S. ROBOTICS - PLUSH CONFERENCE ROOM - CONTINUOUS 14

A warm, mahogany-paneled room. In sharp contrast to the cold

metal space outside. Spooner steps inside. At the end of a

long conference table sits an OLD MAN. Sparkling blue eyes.

Old-fashioned suit.

OLD MAN:

Hello, there. Please come in.

Spooner hesitates.

OLD MAN:

It.s alright. You can sit. Sit.

Spooner doesn.t. Looks around the room. The Old Man lifts

up a coffee pot. Pours some coffee into a single cup.

OLD MAN:

Coffee?

SPOONER:

(interested)

You.re offering me a cup of coffee?

OLD MAN:

Yes. But you are to say, .No,

thank you..

Spooner nods a little. The Old Man raises the coffee to his

lips, but doesn.t take a sip.

6.

OLD MAN:

Coffee?

SPOONER:

No. Thank you.

OLD MAN:

As you wish.

The Old Man takes a sip. He doesn.t move. There is no

movement except for a whisper of steam rising from the coffee

pot.

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Akiva Goldsman

Akiva J. Goldsman (born July 7, 1962) is an American film and television writer, director, and producer. He received an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for the 2001 film, A Beautiful Mind, which also won the Oscar for Best Picture. more…

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