The Kevin Hart and Jamie Lee Curtis starring upcoming flick “Borderlands” has finally wrapped up with it’s production.
It has been three long months since the shooting of the film adaptation of the popular video game franchise, “Borderlands”, had begun. With careful filming amid the COVID-19 restrictions and patiently waiting through the long delays, the project has finally reached its final stages.
The 62-year-old actor, Jamie Lee Curtis, took to her Instagram to share a photo of the iconic robot claptrap, who will be voiced by the hilarious star Jack Black. She also congratulated her co-stars Kevin Hart, Cate Blanchett, and Ariana Greenblatt.
The photo marked the end of the production process of “Borderlands” as the robot held a placcard that contained the words: “That’s a wrap! Borderlands,” written on it.
Along with the photo, Jamie also wrote a heartfelt message expressing her excitement of finally finishing up with the movie after it’s long and tedious production. She wrote that, “ONCE in a while it comes together. Hundreds of people, from all over the world gathering together to create something. Sometimes, the universe throws challenges such as shooting under the Covid protocols.”
She continued in her message by sharing her excitement of playing the role of Dr Patricia Tannis. “What I CAN tell you about the @borderlandsfilm is that I had an absolute f***ing blast and made real friends and together we made something truly incredible. As the kids say… Stay tuned. Maybe they don’t say it but whatever they say, do it. That the last picture posted for a while is #claptrap is appropriate since it IS an ACTION film and the only injury I sustained was when he got fresh.”
The star also tagged her co-star Kevin Hart, who will be playing the role of Roland in “Borderlands”.
It is not just Jamie who is hyped for the movie as the “Red Table Talk” guest, Kevin Hart also shared his view on the movie.
In an interview with Collider, Kevin Hart talked about his upcoming movie, “Borderlands”, where he cleared any doubts fans had about the movie not staying true to the original video games.
Kevin Hart stated that, “The (Borderlands) fanbase that follows the game is already huge and unreal, but I don’t think they even have a clear understanding of how close we’re coming to the game,” he said, teasing the team’s commitment to bringing the game to life for the live-action adaptation of Gearbox’s popular looter-shooter. “It looks like the game. It’s unbelievable, truly unbelievable.”