Gearbox is looking for a live-action version of the Borderlands character to cast in the upcoming sequel.
Back in August, 2K Games and Gearbox Software confirmed that development was under way on a sequel to 2009's postapocalyptic shooter Borderlands.
Now Gearbox has revealed that it is looking for someone to portray Lilith in Borderlands 2, today putting out a casting call for the character's look-alike. According to the developer, whoever is picked as Lilith will also have the chance to participate in promotional events and trade shows before the game's release.
Lilith was one of six Sirens in the original Borderlands, a group of women possessing a host of supernatural powers.
2K and Gearbox have launched a casting site that details entry requirements and online application forms. The site can be found here.
Borderlands 2 will be released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC sometime in 2K's next fiscal year, which spans April 2012 through March 2013.
My only complain about Borderlands 1 is that it was not single player friendly. Hopefully they will fix this in Borderlands 2.
I like Lisa Foiles lilith: http://sexygamer.blogspot.com/2010/11/my-lilith-from-borderlands-cosplay.html
One of the six sirens? Now I know. The story in the first game was so vague I was never really clear on what it was about. The game was great fun, but the story... lets just hope it makes any kind of clear sense this time.
Hey all you "bros" who have the time to talk down to the people here and also spout off about your fake sex lives in this forum should go back to the high school locker room where your kind of innate bull sh*t is tolerated.
@PvtHurst Judging by your grammar and spelling, I bet you did not pass gradeschool either. Go spam somewhere else and get out of these forums
I've seen some pretty good Cosplay of her. Oh and lol @ the guy who gets on Gamestop to talk about how he get's laid with three girls at once. Get real virgin.
@X-7 Points note, but it's not like therre are any openings for a male (Brick) look a like -.- Dunno what you think of "cosplay", but if you think you could pull it off sure. It's not like we're goint to f***. >_>
I am a guy and I have to say I am ashamed of you guys. You disgust me. Grow up and look for normal girls not real-life-versions of your favorite "pixelated vixens". Plus, stop being pervs. That is a turnoff to most girls believe it or not.
Lol omg hahaha no offense but u guys are all such nerds lol. Ur comments are soo funny! Still most red heads are hot! Tssssss
Carrie Grant is my choice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flvyrGQ3vmY
If the company, is willing to pay for my research, i'm willing to go to every strip club until I find one.
Personally, relationship wise I wouldn't mind a girl who looked like a character in a game but I'd be more interested in a girl who is a gamer.....that's harder to find where I come from. All the girls I know turn their noses up at comics, games and the good movies. I've met one girl who liked the same stuff I do but she's taken damn..... As for Gearbox......good luck guys.....
lmao this is funny, reading all of these comments. good luck finding a girl that looks like her, im sure its no easy task
At first I was wondering why they weren't casting a look-alike for every character and then I remembered Brick...
There is a british mag like Maxim only better because in Britain they have nudity. It's called FRONT. Great mag, and they had a spread about videogames and covered Borderlands. There was a total hottie that posed as a topless Lilith. She was perfect for a look alike.
Got a friend who looks like almost like her, only difference are the boobs. But I don't think she would enjoy a job like that tbh.
That was the one downside to playing as Lilith in blands 1, I couldn't admire her loveliness from a first person perspective
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