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Post by Dan @ 04:11pm 08/03/11 | 4 Comments
Movie blog Entertainment Weekly are reporting that producer Graham King (The Departed, The Town) has announced that his GK Films production company has secured the film rights to Eidos/Square-Enix's Tomb Raider franchise and is positioning for a new movie to hit screens in 2013.
King did not make himself available for interviews, but describe the new plan in a press release as a “reboot.” He knows Jolie well, having recently worked with her on The Tourist, but she hasn’t expressed much interest in returning to the character. A true reboot would require a new star anyway. So with a big red slash through Jolie’s future as the character, the casting is wide open.
That's everything we know at this early stage, but with the video game franchise also currently gearing up for a reboot of its own -- revealing a more realistically proportioned Lara Croft early this year -- a new film could also work out quite well with the right people involved.

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Posted 04:15pm 08/3/11
Call me crazy but i like the first tomb raider movie.. It's probably the best video game to movie adaptation.

plus Angelina is f*****g hawtt
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Posted 04:28pm 08/3/11
I'd like to see the original Lara Croft, Rhona Mitra, playing the part.
Posted 06:59pm 08/3/11
Is it just me or some of those sketches look like Hilary Swank?
Posted 07:41pm 08/3/11
I'd like to see the original Lara Croft, Rhona Mitra, playing the part.

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