What simply occurred? That’s a wrap! Gearbox and Lionsgate have confirmed that filming for the Borderlands film adaptation has concluded, and to have fun, they shared a photograph of Claptrap on the set.
Lionsgate in early 2020 publicly introduced it was engaged on the Borderlands movie. The workforce introduced on Eli Roth to direct the affair, with Rogier Stoffers serving as director of images and Craig Mazin being liable for the script. Within the teaser picture, the wisecracking robotic Claptrap (voiced by Jack Black) is seen holding a clapperboard.
Different noteworthy names hooked up to the mission embrace Kevin Hart as Roland, Jamie Lee Curtis as Tannis and Cate Blanchett as Lilith.
BORDERLANDS#Squadgoals. LILITH, ROLAND, TINY TINA, KRIEG, TANNIS & CLAPTRAP.
They type a household band, psychos get fried, wounds open and heal and I promise you…YOU’VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT! @borderlandsfilm @DuvalMagic @realeliroth@gearbox
— Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) June 4, 2021
In an interview with Deadline on the time, Roth mentioned he was excited to work on the movie, including that he couldn’t be doing it with a greater script, manufacturing workforce and studio.
Borderlands (the sport) surfaced in 2009 courtesy of developer Gearbox Software program and writer 2K Video games. The looter-shooter follows 4 “Vault Hunters” as they try to trace down a “Vault” on the planet Pandora that’s rumored to include superior alien know-how and different profitable goodies. Borderlands was successful with players, prompting a number of sequels over the previous decade.
From what we’ve heard to this point, it sounds just like the film will faithfully comply with within the unique sport’s footsteps when it comes to storyline.