Borderlands film casts Star Wars: Battlefront II star Janina Gavankar
The crew for Eli Roth’s Borderlands film adaptation is nearly assembled, or it’s at the very least one step nearer to being so with the announcement of American actor Janina Gavankar becoming a member of the solid as Commander Knoxx. Gavankar joins Cate Blanchett, Ariana Greenblatt, Jack Black, and Florian Munteanu within the ensemble solid, taking up a brand new position within the Borderlands universe.
Deadline has further particulars about Gavankar’s casting within the Borderlands movie, in addition to on her spectacular appearing CV. She’s appeared in hit tv collection like HBO’s True Blood and Fox’s Sleepy Hole, in movies like Barbershop and The Approach Again, and in a number of hit videogames. She was the voice of Tatai in Horizon Zero Daybreak and performed Amita in Far Cry 4, and starred as Iden Versio in Star Wars: Battlefront II’s single-player marketing campaign.
There’s not a lot data out there about Gavankar’s position within the upcoming Borderlands film, however the character’s identify is a little bit of a touch. She’ll be taking part in Commander Knoxx, a relative of the Basic Knoxx who instructions the Crimson Lance faction that appeared within the authentic Borderlands DLC, The Secret Armory of Basic Knoxx.
Based on Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, Commander Knoxx is certainly Basic Knoxx’s daughter and is a pacesetter within the Crimson Lance – Atlas’ personal personal mercenary military.
Janina Gavankar will be part of the solid of the Borderlands film as an all-new character I named particularly for this story. Janina will play Commander Knoxx, who adopted in her father’s footsteps when she joined Atlas’ personal military, the Crimson Lance. She is, in a phrase, badass. pic.twitter.com/LzWWqlPild
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) April 12, 2021
Now all we have now to do is look forward to them to make the film. Within the meantime, there’s a bunch of latest stuff to do in Borderlands 3 now that the Director’s Lower is out within the wild.