If the Tomb Raider movie wasn’t called “Tomb Raider,” it would be a better film. Because while it’s a perfectly enjoyable action flick, it’s not one that lives up to the franchise, the character, or its title.
“If you have the origin story, that’s a way for us to get to know our character, to feel for them, to relate to them on a more human level,” star Alicia Vikander says of the new Tomb Raider movie, based on the hit video game series. This is true, but it also poses a very unique problem for the film: How to tell Lara…
The first look at the Tomb Raider reboot gave us plenty of tomb-raiding action, with a lot of it inspired by the 2013 video game reboot of Lara Croft’s escapades. The latest trailer shows us a lot of what’s been added to the film beyond the inspiration of the game series—and it’s pretty much all about the legacy of…
The upcoming Tomb Raider movie is due out next March. This film’s iteration of Lara Croft is a dead ringer for her video game counterpart.
With every bit of news released about the Tomb Raider reboot, our interest perks up a bit. First it was the casting of Oscar winner Alicia Vikander as the iconic Lara Croft. Now there’s the casting of the bad guy, who’ll be played by Walton Goggins.
Fans curious when they’d get to see the brand new Lara Croft are in luck. Warner Bros. just gave the new Tomb Raider film, which stars Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander in the lead role, a release date of March 16, 2018.
When I watched the trailer for Ex Machina, I was excited. It wasn’t just the uncanny and attractive robot Ava, either. There were androids, AI, Turing tests! This looked like the scifi movie of my dreams. But when I saw Ex Machina recently, I was terrified. Because it told the truth about what AI might become.