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The Borderlands Movie Has Wrapped Filming As We Get Our First Look At Claptrap

On-sight filming must’ve been rough

With the significant amount of time afforded to it during Gearbox’s E3 presentation this year, my guess is that the Borderlands movie is expected to be a damn good time. Directed by Eli Roth, this adaptation has some huge names attached to it, with Cate Blanchett, Kevin Hart, Jamie Lee Curtis and Ariana Greenblatt playing Lilith, Roland, Tannis and Tiny Tina respectively.

It was announced via Twitter that filming for the Borderlands movie has officially wrapped and the project has now moved to post-production. The announcement also came with the added bonus of a first look at the live-action Claptrap that will feature in the film. Oh, and did I mention that the one-wheeled wonder is being voiced by Jack Black?

We still don’t have a release date for the Borderlands movie, but with this update, it’s likely that it’ll hit cinemas sometime in 2022.

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Written By Adam Ryan

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