Tomb Raider just released their 2 extended trailer leaving fans on edge to see an expedition of Lara Croft complete her father's research and uncover ancient family secrets that could clear her name. The death of Lara's father, Richard Croft (Dominic West) loomed large in that game - it was the inspiration for her to pick up the adventurer's mantle - and his memory still clearly weighs on Lara here.
Directed by Roar Uthaug and co-starring Kristin Scott-Thomas, Dominic West and Daniel Wu, Tomb Raider will open in the United Kingdom on 16 March 2018. Admittedly, if I was looking for the Lara Croft I saw in those games, this still isn't quite it, as the trailer seems to be a lot of style over substance.
Upon arrival at a mysterious island - his last-known location - she encounters a man, played by Walton Goggins, who says he was taken there by Croft's father seven years ago.
Originally played by Angelina Jolie, it's now Vikander swooping into action for her turn as Lara Croft, in this thrilling new trailer. Her jounrey won't be easy because a group of bad guys calling themselves "Trinity" are on the island.
Tomb Raider will be released in United Kingdom cinemas on March 16, 2018. It looks like we're getting a grittier, muddier, and meaner Tomb Raider in 2018. Roar Uthaug ("The Wave") is directing, with Graham King as producer.The executive producers are Patrick McCormick, Denis O'Sullivan and Noah Hughes. And now, on the heels of first promo, Warner Bros. and MGM have delivered a new trailer featuring the acclaimed actress in action and spilling even more plot details.
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