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Borderlands celebrates production wrap with official photo of Claptrap

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Attention Vault Hunters! Principal images for Eli Roth’s BORDERLANDS has formally wrapped!

I remember thinking to myself, “Yeah, yeah,” when I first heard that this picture was being filmed. “This initiative will break apart in a matter of months,” I told myself. Take a look at me right now, eating crow with a fork and knife as if it were my last supper. Not only do I think this picture will make it to theatres, but I also think it has a lot of potential to be fantastic.

On Tuesday, Borderlands celebrated a major production milestone by releasing the first official image of Claptrap (Jack Black) from the upcoming film. To be honest, he seems like he came straight out of the award-winning video game franchise. I know it’s been claimed that the film aims to replicate the appearance of video games, but that’s rattling!

 

 

Borderlands, directed by Eli Roth, stars Cate Blanchett as Lilith, Jamie Lee Curtis as Dr. Tannis, Kevin Hart as Roland, Arianna Greenblatt as Tiny Tina, Gina Gershon as Moxxi, Edgar Ramirez as Atlas, Janina Gavankar as Knoxx, Oliver Richters as Krom, Ryann Redmond as Ellie, Charles Babalola as Hammerlock, Steven Boyer as Marcus, Cheyenne Jackson as Jakobs

“Borderlands,” based on the best-selling PC and console gaming expertise from developer Gearbox Software and writer 2K, an entirely owned label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., has sold over 66 million copies worldwide, including over 24 million copies of “Borderlands 2,” 2K’s most-sold title in its history. The most recent instalment, “Borderlands 3,” which was released in September 2019 and was only recently released for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, has sold over 11 million copies worldwide and won the awards for Best Multiplayer Game at Gamescom 2019 and Best Ongoing Game at Gamescom 2020.

What are your thoughts on Claptrap’s search for a new film? If you ask me, it’s frighteningly accurate to the source materials. Is it possible that your entire movie will be cel-shaded? I’m almost terrified to look for out. Hopefully, we won’t have to wait too long to find out.

Borderlands will blow a bunch of sh*t up on display screen in 2022.

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