Kevin Hart is also slated to star in a video game adaptation.
Jamie Lee Curtis is the latest to appear in a feature adaptation of the video game Borderlands, with Kevin Hart and Cate Blanchett already set. Eli Roth is directing Borderland from a script by Emmy-winning Chernobyl producer Craig Majin.
Blanchett starred as the great thief Lilith, while Hart would play the role of Roland, a skilled soldier. Curtis will play the role of Tannis, an archaeologist from Pandora who may have the key to discover a vault full of alien weapon technology, but whose complex history is not going to help with Lilith.
In September 2019, Borderland Video Game Series was launched by Gearbox Software and publisher 2K with the latest title Borderland 3. The series has sold over 66 million units.
Avi Arad and Ari Arad are building Borderland through their Aara production banner. Eric Feig is producing via Picturstart. The executive producer is Randy Pitchford, the executive producer of the Borderlands video game franchise and the founder of Gearbox Entertainment Company, and Strauss Zelnick, president, and CEO of Take-Two Interactive.
Curtis, who was recently seen in Ryan Johnson’s Whodunit Knife Out, was set to re-establish his role as Laurie Strode in Halloween Kills and follow-up, Halloween Ends, in 2021 and 2022 respectively is.