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Meet Florian “Big Nasty” Munteanu, the beefy boxer bringing the body to ‘Borderlands’–and your next thirst follow

The Last Of Us world, it seems like Hollywood is finally making video game adaptations with the gays in mind (after all, as GLAAD reports, nearly 1 in 5 gamers identify as LGBTQ+).Otherwise, we don’t know how else you explain the bananas cast of the upcoming sci-fi flick Borderlands, which features iconic actresses like Cate Blanchett and Jamie Lee Curtis, hunky gay daddy Cheyenne Jackson, and young Barbie breakout Ariana Greenblatt, among others.From director Eli Roth, Borderlands adapts the popular multi-platform video game series for the big screen, following the adventures of mysterious outlaw Lilith (Blanchett) teaming with a rag-tag group of mercenaries (also featuring Kevin Hart and Jack Black) to track down the missing daughter of a greedy capitalist on a hostile planet filled with aliens and bandits.Subscribe to our daily newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.Seriously, Cate Blanchett as a blaster-toting, fire-haired alien bounty hunter who kicks *ss and takes names in a massive CGI-heavy action movie? We’re convinced a gay man was behind this casting!And we haven’t even gotten to the most blatantly gay-baiting (in a good way) facet of this whole thing: Hunky German boxer-turned-actor Florian Munteanu is in it—and it looks like he’s going to be shirtless for most of the movie.We’ve combed through video game adaptations—the good, the bad, and the insane—to find some worthwhile picks that actually heavily features queer themes and actors.Munteanu stars as Krieg who, in the Borderlands games, is said to be one of many roving, psychotic bandits but nevertheless develops on conscience and winds out helping out the heroes. In the film, Krieg is the sworn protector of feisty young demolitions expert Tiny Tina (Greenblatt).

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