New Trailer Arrives for Tomb Raider Movie Reboot


Alicia Vikander brings iconic video game character Lara Croft to life in a new trailer for Warner Bros. upcoming reboot of Tomb Raider. Now, a new trailer for the film has finally been released, providing more of the story that fans of the franchise could expect. Not just the extensive bow-and-arrow action, either: While Angelina Jolie played Lara Croft as a Jane Bond-meets-Indiana Jones globetrotting adventurer, Alicia Vikander embodies a much greener but determined heroine. The new reboot film is meant to be a prequel to the first films and is set to arrive in cinemas this coming March 16.

This isn't the first time a Beyonce-related song has been given the slowed-down movie trailer treatment. If she survives this perilous adventure, it could be the making of her, earning her the name Tomb Raider. Suddenly, the stakes couldn't be higher for Lara, who-against the odds and armed with only her sharp mind, blind faith and inherently stubborn spirit-must learn to push herself beyond her limits as she journeys into the unknown. Other new details include the protagonist boxing and recklessly speeding a bike as a teenager in London. This is followed by a scene where she is held captive by who appears to be the main antagonist of the series, archaeologist Mathias Vogel (starred by Walton Goggins).

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Also having to deal with a group known as The Trinity, which, in her father's world, are looking to set off a "global genocide", Lara is facing some of the toughest trials she could ever go up against.

The good news here is that Croft is not stuck with enemies in a remote island alone. Chinese-American actor Daniel Wu takes on the role of the caption. The film isn't due out until mid-March, but considering all the competition that's starting to hit next month, it's smart they're making the public aware sooner rather than later.