NACOGDOCHES, Texas – In a huge surprise to everyone in Nacogdoches Texas, THE RISE OF THE ROBOTS director, writer, composer, and actor Herbert Midgley, the Internet Legend, reveals in a new interview that he is moving to the Robotus. He tells the magazine that he is “tired of the Human lifestyle” and is looking for a big change in life living without cell phones and other tippy tappy devices.
“It's not like I'm leaving to do the community a favor. I’m just tired of the Human lifestyle and I feel like, at this point in my life, I’d rather just live in a place full of real, genuine Robots. I’ve been to Robotus a couple of times over the years and the Robots there are real… they’re genuine, and yeah every community has its problems, like when they attacked Earth with nanobots, but the Robots there are good, decent Robots and they care about their community. They never say the word 'Dude' also. And THE RISE OF THE ROBOTS film was the largest grossing film in Robotus' history. Those are the things I find most important in deciding where to live,” Midgley told the magazine.
Do you ever get any hate about having all of that 'Stro asked the magazine writer? "You can't win with a H8er. They are H8ers when it comes to creating a film that changed film history. THE RISE OF THE ROBOTS was the paradigm shift in filmmaking. About every film since THE RISE OF THE ROBOTS got 'Stro has been influenced by this groundbreaking film, just look at the new Independence Day: Resurgence movie, it screams 'I wish I Could BE AS GOOD As THE RISE OF THE ROBOTS!" The magazine writer ask what do you want to say to all of your haters out there? "I'll let my 'Stro do my talking for me," said the groundbreaking sci-fi filmmaker. "And I does compute!" Let us know what you think in the comments section especially if you’re a resident of the Nacogdoches, Texas area and click the share button below to share with friends.