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Borderlands movie being made by Lionsgate with same “in your face attitude”

2k Games’ Borderlands series has had tremendous success on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation and Lionsgate is hoping that success can translate into a role on the big screen. The movie studio announced in a public statement that they’re working on formatting the FPS for a live-action, feature-length film.

The Creative Director at Marvel, Avi Arad and his brother Ari Arad will be leading the project and both had very positive things to say about the Borderlands franchise in a recent public statement.

“Borderlands has a unique story-driven narrative energy and rich multi-dimensional characters that position it to become a singular motion picture event.”

Two chairmen with Lionsgate, Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger expressed their own positivity as well claiming they have “the right partners” and the “ideal creative team” to lead a Borderlands movie to success.

The positivity is warranted with the success that Avi Arad and his brother have had in the past working on the Ironman, Spiderman, and other Marvel movies.

Two of the most definable characterisitics of the Borderlands games are the cell-shaded art-style which compliments the exaggerated personalities. Both will be a challenge for Lionsgate to adapt for a live action film. The correct use of special effects as well as the best actors to portray whatever story they’d like to present will be crucial in representing the Borderlands universe fairly.

No release frame is yet ready, but the movie is likely at least 2 years away from word on a release.

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Battleborn heroes showcased in latest E3 trailer

The upcoming first-person shooter/MOBA from Gearbox/2k Games, Battleborn, has already received a lot of praise with expectations for the game steadily rising and now a new trailer has released — just in time for E3 too. This new trailer gives a closer look at the heroes and the variety of gameplay associated with each one.

Battleborn offers an explosion of color and personality in its characters and gameplay, and this latest trailer only reinforces that notion.

The graphics are highly stylized and the gameplay looks to be frantic, fast-paced, and eye-popping. The latest trailer shows some closer looks at the variety of characters in the game. Battleborn offers 25 playable characters each with their own unique traits. Bows and arrows, mini-guns, assault rifles, magic, and more are open to be used by the player depending on which character they choose.

Check out the trailer below for an idea of what to expect from the title — including a look at some of the gameplay.

Battleborn will release on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, however a release date is yet to be revealed. More information will be revealed at E3 on June 16-18.