Borderlands Movie Reportedly Reshot With Deadpool’s Tim Miller Instead Of Eli Roth – IGN

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Borderlands Movie Reportedly Reshot With Deadpool’s Tim Miller Instead Of Eli Roth – IGN


Despite rumors that Deadpool’s Tim Miller has replaced Eli Ross as the director of the Borderlands movie, Miller will be in for a few weeks of reshoots while Ross begins working on another project. It seems that it is only processing .

As reported by deadline, It’s a horror film based on a mock trailer that Ross made earlier for Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s Grindhouse film.

Deadline stated that the situation in Borderlands was “amicable handling of the baton”, and in no way meant that Ross would be fired from films based on the game franchise.

As for Thanksgiving, it debuted in 2007 and teased a fake movie about a slasher terrorizing a Thanksgiving-loving Massachusetts town. was established, but we are still waiting for that day about 15 years later.

Not only do you know the star-studded cast with Jack Black as Claptrap, Cate Blanchett as Lilith, Jamie Lee Curtis as Dr. Patricia Tannis and Kevin Hart as Roland, but this We still don’t have a clear idea of ​​what the movie will be. be.

We got a glimpse of Claptrap when filming wrapped in June 2021. The press saw about a minute of footage at his CinemaCon 2022 last April, but the public has yet to see the actual film. Oh, and we can’t forget the set visits from 2021.

The Borderlands movie is directed by Roth, who co-wrote the script with The Last of Us’ Craig Mazin, and features Blanchett’s Lilith and “Atlas, the most powerful SOB in the universe.”

It could still be some time before the Borderlands movie hits theaters, so check out all of our other video game movies and TV shows to help reduce your wait time.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @Adam Bankhurst and Cramp.



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