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Borderlands filming is nearly finished, the hype is building

Borderlands filming is nearly finished, the hype is building

Borderlands producer Randy Pitchford reveals that the movie is more than halfway done filming – Kevin Hart hypes his preparation for the role of Roland.

“Borderlands” is halfway done with production, according to its executive producer. It’s pretty amazing. So we’re about, we’re more than halfway done with the shooting. We’re about two-thirds of the way done. – said Randy Pitchford “Borderlands” is currently filming in Budapest, at ORIGO Studios.

The film has brought in an impressively talented cast to portray the franchise’s biggest characters. With names like Jamie Lee Curtis as Dr. Tannis, Cate Blanchett as Lilith and Jack Black as Claptrap, it is clear Eli Roth is doing all he can to give the audience a spectacle. Though not shown, first look images teased the “Borderlands” cast in their costumes and they appear to be fairly accurate to their video game counterparts.

Kevin Hart has already started hyping his preparation for the role of Roland in Eli Roth’s upcoming adaptation of “Borderlands”. Hart is portraying Roland the Vault Hunter and hyped up the amount of preparation he has done for the role during Gearbox Software’s presentation at the E3 video game conference. He spends the majority of his statement addressing the fans directly with an overarching message of mystery.

Borderlands, Budapest, Kevin Hart, ORIGO Studios, Randy Pitchford, Eli Roth

“I’m going to say it’s amazing for me to have the opportunity to portray the character of Roland… I think the biggest and best thing is the surprise you guys are going to be in for, cause you have no idea what I’m doing, or how I’m doing, or why I’m doing it. You got no idea the level [of commitment] I came in at, you got no idea how much preparation I decided to put into this character and this particular role.”

At the moment, a release date for “Borderlands” is not in view. And while the film may already be done with most of the shooting, fans shouldn’t expect the movie to come out until, at least, Spring 2022 because even after the filming is completed, “Borderlands” will need some quality time in post-production to get its wild and snazzy VFX right.

Sources: ScreenRant

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