There’s a Tomb Raider sequel in the works with Alicia Vikander and writer Amy Jump By Poppy-Jay Palmer 15-04-19 2,270 Alicia Vikander is officially set to return as Lara Croft in a sequel to MGM and Warner Bros’ Tomb Raider, according to EW. If you were excited about the prospect of a new Tomb Raider film back
To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of this year’s Lara Croft blockbuster Tomb Raider on 16 July, we spoke to director Roar Uthaug about the adventure… What was your overall vision for the film and the character of Lara Croft? Roar Uthaug: We’re doing a gritty and authentic take on Tomb Raider and creating
You’d be forgiven for having low expectations for Tomb Raider, given that the previous Angelina Jolie-starring films were trashy at best, and that video game adaptations never seem to work. But prepare to be surprised, because the Tomb Raider reboot is actually good. We first meet Alicia Vikander’s Lara Croft as a bike courier in
Click here to see full size. The film is written by Geneva Robertson-Dworet ( Captain Marvel), and is directed by Roar Uthaug, who made the Norwegian box-office smash The Wave and the excellent slasher Cold Prey. Vikander (Ex Machina) stars as Lara Croft, and she’s joined in the film by Dominic West (The Wire, Pride),
After that really weird first poster in which it looked like Lara Croft had grown an extra ten inches of neck, Tomb Raider seems to be playing it safe with its promotional material. These new posters are quite standard, but they’re still cool. There’s also this bonus Chinese poster of Daniel Wu as Lu Ren.
If you were a bit disappointed by the lack of Walton Goggins in the first Tomb Raider trailer (he was in there if you really concentrated), you’ll be pleased to learns that there’s loads of him in the second and final trailer: Also, how haunting is that Destiny’s Child cover? The film is written
The new poster for the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot fixes you with Alicia Vikander’s steely gaze and it’s definitely an improvement on the last one. (via IMPAwards) “Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared.” The