The Borderlands movie has a new synopsis

The Borderlands movie has a new synopsis

The highly anticipated film adaptation of Borderlands, a successful video game series by 2K Games, today has a new synopsis, according to which Atlas, a character played by Edgar Ramirez, hires Lilith, one of the main characters of the videogame, to find a lost daughter . The official synopsis, according to the press release, is this:

"Lilith, a notorious outlaw with a mysterious past, reluctantly returns to her home planet, Pandora, to search for Atlas' missing daughter , one of the most famous criminals in the Galaxy. Lilith will put together a weird and heterogeneous team of adventurers, formed by Roland, a former Special Squad mercenary now seeking redemption, Tiny Tina, a savage pre-teen with an insane passion for explosives, Krieg, a continuously beefy psycho provoked by Tina, Tannis, a scientist and archaeologist of feeble sanity, and Claptrap, an annoying robotic unit. These unlikely heroes must fight against hordes of monsters, aliens and dangerous bandits in order to find and protect the missing girl, who seems to hold the key to using an unimaginable power. The fate of the Universe is in their hands, but they will also end up fighting for something very different: themselves ".



Borderlands will be directed by Eli Roth and written by Craig Mazin. The cast is highly respected, and sees Cate Blanchett as Lilith, Edgar Ramirez as Atlas, Kevin Hart as Roland, Jamie Lee Curtis as Patricia Tannis, Ariana Greenblatt and Florian Munteanu as Tiny Tina and Krieg respectively, Haley Bennett a new character not present in videogames and Jack Black will lend his voice to the irritating Claptrap.



The Borderlands film (of which you can buy the most recent chapter at this link) does not yet have an official release date, also given the complications due to the pandemic, but we hope it can be completed as soon as possible , given the undisputed success of the crazy video game series from which it takes inspiration.


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