Robots are finally getting serious.
And, in a move that will likely be the subject of plenty of commentary, Google is bringing its robotic-heavy boxing movie to Google Play on June 1.
Google’s announcement comes just a day after HBO aired its own boxing-themed drama, “The Real Boxing,” and just a few days before the June 7 release of HBO’s “Robot King” movie.
The new movie will be set in a futuristic New York City where the robots have come to take over and rule the world.
But the robots won’t be the only thing in town.
Google will also show the film in theaters around the country.
“The Robot Boxing” is the brainchild of “Google’s Sundance Innovation Lab,” which focuses on the development of new services and products.
It has partnered with Sony Pictures Classics and Paramount Pictures to produce the movie, which will be available in Google Play and Apple TV on June 7.
The project is described on the Google Play page as a “robotic boxing” story.
“We wanted to tell a story about a world where robots are finally taking over and taking over the world, but it was important to us that this story was not about a robot-free world,” David Blumberg, head of the Sundance Lab, said in a statement.
“Robots are here, and we need to understand what it takes to make a robot human.”
Google Play is the Google’s cloud-based app store, and it allows Google users to access all of its content, including films, music, TV shows and apps.
The search giant has made some major moves to make its Android platform more appealing to non-Google devices.
It also announced the release of Android TV, an ad-supported set-top box that will run on devices running Android 4.4 KitKat and later.
Google also recently added Google Play Movies, a service that will let users stream movies to their TV screens.