Borderlands the movie

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  1. Tekkaman Blade

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    So wait that’s legit? I’m surprised she said yes to a video game movie. She’s an amazing actress but she’s to old. As of BL3 I assume Lilith is in her mid 30’s.
     
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    These days they can cgi her younger if they desire (Maybe that's why she took it)
     
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    I don't see the point of deaging an actor for a role even if they are academy award winners. Actors are a dime a dozen.
     
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    I fucking love Kat Blanchett, but this is terrible casting. She doesn’t look, sound, or feel like the character at all.

    Also, why make a Borderlands movie? The games have about as much plot as spot I and don’t exactly hide that considering how tongue-in-cheek they are, and the humour is about ten years out of date. After 3 was a complete fart you’d think the series would be out of steam.