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    The Last of Us screenwriter’s name removed from Borderlands credits

    The name of Chernobyl and The Last of Us screenwriter Craig Mazin has disappeared from the screen version of the Borderlands game series on the Writers Guild of USA website. The World of Reel portal was the first to notice this.

    Mazin co-wrote the Borderlands film with director Eli Roth (Hostel). However, the showrunner of The Last of Us has now been replaced by a certain Joe Crombie. As noted by World of Reel, this may be Mazin’s alias.

    Judging by the page of the film on the website of the US Screenwriters Guild, seven other authors managed to work on it. Among them were Sam Levinson (“Euphoria”), Zach Olkiewicz (“Faster Bullets”) and Chris Bremner (“Bad Boys for Life”).

    In early January 2023, the Borderlands film was sent for additional shooting. They were directed by director Tim Miller (Deadpool) as Eli Roth was busy working on the horror movie Thanksgiving.

    Filming for the film adaptation of Borderlands began in the spring of 2021, and ended a few months later. The film was expected to premiere in 2022, but currently does not have an official release date.

    The main roles in the film were played by Cate Blanchett (Lilith), Jack Black (Claptrap), Kevin Hart (Roland), Jamie Lee Curtis (Dr. Patricia Tannis), Florian Munteanu (Krieg), Ariana Greenblatt (Little Tina) and many others.

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