First, I am so glad to see that more and more games are being adapted into Movies and TV series'. Not so long ago Diablo and Overwatch we’re getting a TV series, and now Borderlands will have its movie. Eli Roth is a well-known director, more so for horror films, but many other names will make the movie just awesome: Avi Arad from Spider-Man into the Spider-verse is also on the list, and you know what that means.
“I am so excited to dive into the world of Borderlands, and I could not be doing it with a better script, producing team, and studio. I have a long, successful history with Lionsgate- I feel like we have grown up together and that everything in my directing career has led to a project of this scale and ambition,” said Roth.
He also said,” I look forward to bringing my own energy,
ideas, and vision to the wild fun, and endlessly creative world of the game.
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The first trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie hit the
internet and let’s just say that almost nobody is happy. Of course, nobody is
happy in the world today, but the backlash over Sonic’s overall appearance is
one for the record books. In fact, we can’t recall any game-to-film adaption
that brought it quite as much outrage. And, let’s be honest, it’s kind of
warranted. The Sonic shown off in this trailer looks almost nothing like the
old Sonic we know and love. For what it’s worth he does look a little more like
a hedgehog, I guess, but that’s about all he has going for him. Otherwise, he’s
practically terrifying. And, what’s with the human-like teeth? Seriously?
Sonic The Hedgehog Movie Trailer
Fortunately, Paramount and Sega read everyone’s comments and
is looking to address the situation. Shortly after the trailer was released,
Jeff Fowler, the movie’s director, took to Twitter to reassure us all that
things would change: