New releases from Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount will move to Hulu for SVOD as the result of a new, multi-year agreement between between Hulu and EPIX. The agreement, which takes effect on October 1st, will see theatrical hits like Mission:...Show More Summary
Specialty newcomers took a hit this weekend with mostly slow debuts, although two pictures, Roadside/Lionsgate’s Z For Zachariah and IFC Films’ Queen Of Earth, presumably found their primary audience on-demand. Oscilloscope opened The Second Mother in a few locations, grabbing the highest theater average among new limited release titles this weekend. Show More Summary
Lionsgate Films announced that they’re teaming up with Gearbox Software to bring their game Borderlands to a theater near you. The company is aiming to position the film as a major tentpole event, although they didn’t indicate when the film would come out. Read more...
A Borderlands movie adaption is in the works at Lionsgate. That is the one of the latest big news drops at Pax 2015 this weekend. The planned movie adaptation was announced on Friday, and the news is generating some big buzz on social media. Show More Summary
Lionsgate has announced that they will be taking audiences to the world of Pandora (no, not the same Pandora in Avatar) for a video game-to-film adaptation of Borderlands. The film will be produced by father-son producing duo Avi and Ari Arad (Ghost Rider, Blade, Iron Man). Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Co-Chairs Rob Friedman and Patrick […]
Fans of swearing, explosions, and virtual piles of guns have something new to look forward to/dread, because Lionsgate has announced that it’s giving Gearbox Software’s popular firearm-collection simulator Borderlands the feature-film treatment. Show More Summary
Get ready to dance along with Claptrap. Lionsgate is planning to make a movie based on Gearbox Software and Take Two Interactive's Borderlands video game series.
Lionsgate is teaming up with 'Spider-Man' producers Avi Arad and Ari Arad for a big screen adaptation of the hit video game 'Borderlands'.
The Borderlands franchise for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC has dropped millions of guns into the hands of players and earned millions of dollars through the process of bringing over the top, comic action to an alien wasteland. Lionsgate and 2K Games announced a partnership Friday to bring that same formula to a “tent-pole feature” film.... Show More Summary
As we hope that some upcoming video game movies will break the mold of underwhelming adaptations that has defined video game films since the 90s, one more has been tossed on to the growing pile of forthcoming video game-based projects. Show More Summary
Yes, the Spider-Man producer who had to get booted off the Spider-Man series in order for the Marvel deal to happen and who also brought us the Bratz movie, is now planning on taking a game most...
Lionsgate and two long-time Marvel producers are working on a Borderlands movie and, no, it's not called Mad Max. Lionsgate is the production company behind Twilight, The Hunger Games, Ender's Game, Warm Bodies and tons of other mainstream...Show More Summary
While Lionsgate might be trying to figure out how to do more Hunger Games after the final chapter hits theaters in November later this year, it doesn’t mean they’re not looking for the next Hunger Games franchise to cash in on. Word is that Lionsgate is looking to take everyone to the Borderlands. That’s right, […]
In a few years, you may see a version of Gearbox Software's Borderlands game franchise up on the big screen. The developer announced that a feature film based on the first-person shooter-RPG hybrid game series is in the works as a "tentpole" project at Lionsgate, with former Marvel Studios executives Avi and Ari Arad producing the movie.
Borderlands is Gearbox's star property. Though The Pre-Sequel was kind of a letdown, Borderlands, Borderlands 2, and Tales from the Borderlands have all been critical and/or commercial successes. Of course 2K and Gearbox would want there to be a movie. Show More Summary
In a list of top ten most fitting video games to adapt to the big screen, I'd say the "Borderlands" series is at least somewhere near the list. It may not be incredibly familiar to non-gamers, but for what the series lacks in brand recognition (for a mainstream audience, at least), it most definitely makes up for in tone and spirit. Show More Summary
It's official: there's a Borderlands movie in the works. Variety reports Lionsgate, the company behind the Hunger Games movies, is developing the movie based on Gearbox's shooter series, with producers Avi and Ari Arad involved. The producer pair have worked on Iron Man, Spider-Man, X-Men, Ghost Rider and Blade movies. Show More Summary
Lionsgate is developing a movie based on the Borderlands franchise from Gearbox Software. The film is being developed with Avi Arad and his son Ari Arad who worked on Iron Man, Spider Man, The Amazing Spider Man, X-Men, Ghost Rider and Blade. Lionsgate said since the games “don’t pull any punches”, the company wants to […]
Lionsgate is currently developing a film based on the Borderlands video games. The studio will collaborate with 2K and Gearbox Software on the project. Producers Avi and Ari Arad will be working on the film. The two were involved inShow More Summary
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