Borderlands Movie finished shooting after seeing the actual Claptrap first

After seeing a number of teaser images and behind the scenes of the E32021, I got the first official color image from the next Borderlands movie under the direction of Eli Roth. Even better, everyone’s favorite robots, who love dislikes, will see the message “This is it!”.

The Borderlands movie has officially ended. This means that it won’t be long before you get a trailer to see how the cast will reach the world of Pandora. But before we move on, let’s start with the first onset image, not just the vague black shape.

Game Informer via Gearbox

For those who need a little review course, the next Borderlands movie will be a live-action movie of Eli Roth by an all-star cast that includes names such as Kevin Hart, Cate Blanchett, and Jack Black.

The story returns to Pandora (contrary to her wishes) to find Atlas’ missing daughter (Edgar Ramirez), centered around Lilith, played by Blanchett. With a mysterious past and an attitude that could make anyone fear God, Lilith undertakes this mission and is a beloved gearbox franchise to get rid of some of Pandora’s greatest bad guys on this side. Must work with non-conforming bands from.

A complete list of characters we know so far and who is playing them?

  • Ariana Green Brat-Tiny Tina
  • Benjamin Byron Davis-Marcus
  • Cate Blanchett-Lilith
  • Charles Bavarora-Hammer Lock
  • Cheyenne Jackson-Jacobs
  • Edgar Ramirez-Atlas
  • Gina Gershon-Moxxi
  • Jack Black-Claptrap
  • Jamie Lee Curtis-Tanis
  • Janina Gavankar-Commander Knox
  • Florian Munteanu-Krieg
  • Kevin Hart-Roland
  • Stephen Boyer-Scooter
  • Ryan Redmond-Erie

The Borderlands game has been the pinnacle of predatory shooters since the first title was released in 2009. Hilarious conversations, transcendental stories, and strangely unique characters all combine to create an incredibly enjoyable experience. The studio behind Borderlands never hesitated when it came to doing whatever they wanted to do within Pandora’s territory. It will be interesting to see how that creative freedom is transformed into a big screen.

Do you have any thoughts on the first time you saw Claptrap and the news that the Borderlands movie was officially wrapped? Make a noise in the comments section below!