Alicia Vikander Teases Lara Croft's Origin Story in 'Tomb Raider'

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Do you have something to say about Alicia Vikander and her new role as Lara Croft?

She has all the fierce, tough, curious, intelligent traits, but we've stripped away all of the experience. The two entries depict a Lara who's still getting her feet wet in the world of swashbuckling adventures, and the character's mindset in the reboot will reflect that status. She thought he was a stuck up businessperson living in the modern youth culture of suburban London, but then this whole box of information.

Production on the film began back in January, before the first images from the set emerged in February. The new absolute thrilling movie Tomb Raider with Vikander is set for release in the United Kingdom on 28 March 2018.

Aside from teasing what the film will be about, the 28-year-old actress also admitted that starting from the very beginning was the "major pull" for her to play Lara Croft, which EW reveals was adapted from the 2013 video game with the same title.

While Hollywood has yet to truly crack the video game adaptation, there's hope yet that that day is coming sooner rather than later.

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"I'm emotionally drawn to something that's very different from what I've done before", she said. "Just like in The Wave, we have a lot of water sequences", Alicia tells Entertainment Weekly. For one action scene, we used the London venue for Olympic rafting.

What do you think about Alicia Vikander's comments regarding Tomb Raider? After obsessing over adventure films like Indiana Jones and The Mummy, taking on an action role "has always been a child's dream of mine", she said.

I'm just thinking that this movie won't be able to portray Lara's origin like in the game, so this one is going to be another separate story on its own.

While the movie won't make it to theatres until March 16, 2018, rumours are rife that Warner Bros might just drop a trailer during its San Diego Comic-Con panel.

"I went to the cinema and saw Wonder Woman the other day. If 'Wonder Woman" made such an impact, which it deserves to, then we need to use ten times as much force to make some change. "Because it needs to happen".

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