More Borderlands Movie Cast First Looks Include Claptrap, Tiny Tina, And More


Earlier this week, actress Jamie Lee Curtis shared our first take a look at Cate Blanchett as Lilith within the upcoming Borderlands film from Eli Roth. While only a imprecise define, the reveal does appear to trace {that a} full trailer could possibly be coming quickly with E3 simply across the nook. While we ponder that notion, we do have just a few extra forged seems to be, together with seeing Kevin Hart as … um, as Roland. 

In case you missed it, you possibly can see Blanchett as Lilith within the tweet under. We’ve additionally acquired Roland, Tiny Tina, Claptrap, Tannis, and Krieg pictures. Again, imprecise outlines, however might very nicely be teasing a full reveal quickly, particularly with Netflix’s “Geeked” showcase operating throughout E3. 

Director Eli Roth is tasked with bringing Gearbox’s world to life on the large display. For the total casting checklist that we all know of up to now, take a look at the checklist under: 

  • Ariana Greenblatt – Tiny Tina
  • Benjamin Byron Davis – Marcus
  • Cate Blanchett – Lilith
  • Charles Babalola – Hammerlock
  • Cheyenne Jackson – Jakobs
  • Édgar Ramirez – Atlas
  • Gina Gershon – Moxxi
  • Jack Black – Claptrap
  • Jamie Lee Curtis – Tannis
  • Janina Gavankar – Commander Knoxx
  • Florian Munteanu – Krieg
  • Kevin Hart – Roland
  • Steven Boyer – Scooter
  • Ryann Redmond – Ellie

The Borderlands film will focus on Lilith, an notorious outlaw with a previous price defending. A previous that threatens to come back to the forefront when she’s pressured to return to Pandora to search out Atlas’ misplaced daughter. In order to do what she’s got down to do, Lilith wants a staff. That staff features a band of misfits such because the adorably badass Tiny Tina, the annoying-yet-helpful Claptrap, and a plethora of different colourful characters that followers of the gaming franchise will acknowledge. The upcoming film, very similar to the video games themselves, entails just a few redemption arcs, some crass jokes, and a tenuous grip on sanity. Oh, and the destiny of the complete recognized world, no biggie. 


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