30 Mar 2024

see images and first trailer for the film

The long-awaited adaptation of Borderlands gained its first official images and a trailer, presenting the visuals of the feature film. In collaboration with Lionsgate, People released two photos last Tuesday (20), highlighting Cate Blanchett as Lilith and other members of the main cast.

Scheduled to hit theaters on August 9th, the film promises a unique approach to the universe of Borderlands, maintaining the essence of the franchise, but differentiating itself a little from what we know from games. Check out the image below with the protagonists:

With Cate Blanchett and Jamie Lee Curtis, the film hits theaters in 2024.Fonte:  PEOPLE/Lionsgate

The film will be directed by Eli Roth, known for directing horror films such as Bloody Holiday (2023), The Hostel (2005), Gown Before Entering (2015), in addition to starring “Inglourious Basterds”, by Quentin Tarantino.

In addition to the images, Lionsgate also revealed the full trailer for the adaptation of Borderlands this Wednesday (21). Check out:

Discover the story and cast of the Borderlands adaptation

The plot will follow Lilith, an infamous fugitive with an enigmatic past, who returns to her home planet Pandora on a rescue mission to find her missing daughter from the mighty Atlas, the most powerful in the universe. To do this, the character forms an alliance with an unexpected team.

Cate Blanchett will need to save the universe in Borderlands as Lilith.Fonte:  People

The group is made up of Roland (Kevin Hart), a former mercenary desperate for redemption, and Tiny Tina (Ariana Greenblatt), an angry pre-teen demolitionist. The gang also includes Krieg (Florian Munteanu), Tina’s muscular and brash protector, Tannis (Jamie Lee Curtis), a scientist with little control over her sanity, and Claptrap (voiced by Jack Black), an intelligent and persistent robot.

These unlikely heroes must battle alien monsters and dangerous bandits to find and protect the missing girl, who may hold the key to unimaginable power. The fate of the universe may be at stake, but they will also be fighting for something more: each other.

Remember the Borderlands game franchise

Originally launched in 2009, the franchise is set in Pandora, a post-apocalyptic scenario inhabited by creatures, criminals and bounty hunters in search of the enigmatic Vault, whose existence is questioned by many. The shooter was expanded with two sequels, released in 2012 and 2019, as well as two spin-offs.

The film is scheduled to premiere on August 9th. While the hype for the trailer and more details grows, take the opportunity to follow the latest news from Voxel and check out our videos on YouTube and TikTok!


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