The production of Borderlands has officially wrapped
Borderlands announced in a Twitter post that production is officially complete. In the caption they started teasing the release date of the movie.
The production of Lionsgate‘s “Borderlands” has been completed after three months of filming in Hungary. To celebrate the filming wrap, the studio released a behind-the-scenes photo of Claptrap.
In the video game Claptrap is a CL4P-TP general purpose robot manufactured by Hyperion. It has been programmed with an overenthusiastic personality, and brags frequently, yet also expresses severe loneliness and cowardice. He will probably play a similar character in the film, where he is set to be voiced by Jack Black.
Claptrap really wanted to let you all know he made it down the stairs safely. That, and the production of #BorderlandsMovie has officially wrapped! See you at the theaters in 20 💣 💣 pic.twitter.com/69NFljVjDc
— Borderlands (@BorderlandsFilm) June 22, 2021
The caption teases a possible release date reveal, with bomb emojis taking place of the release year. Eli Roth and Lionsgate, the studio behind the movie, have assembled an impressive cast.
It includes Cate Blanchett as Lilith, who reunites with Eli Roth following “The House With a Clock in its Walls”. Jamie Lee Curtis (“Halloween”), Kevin Hart (“Fatherhood”), Florian Munteanu (“Creed II”), Ariana Greenblatt (“Love and Monsters”), Gina Gershon (“Face/Off”), Edgar Ramirez (“Yes Day”), Janina Gavankar (“The Way Back”), Cheyenne Jackson (“Call Me Kat”), Charles Babalola (“Gretel & Hansel”), Benjamin Byron Davis (“The Belko Experiment”), Steven Boyer (“The Wolf of Wall Street”), Ryann Redmond (“Heels”), Haley Bennett (“Swallow”) and Penn Jillette (“Penn & Teller: Fool Us”) round out the ensemble.