Tomb Raider set photos - check out Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft


08 February, 2017

The pictures were first released by the Daily Mail, and show Vikander with her hands tied - but that is certainly not much of a predicament for someone as MacGyver-esque as Lara Croft.

ALICIA Vikander has been seen for the first time in Tomb Raider character.

Good luck landing jumps, climbing mountains and running up things (or away from things) with those.

The first Tomb Raider set photos have landed online.

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Alicia Vikander is brunette and badass! The film will be reportedly similar to the franchise's 2013 reboot which revolves around a young Lara Croft developing into the Tomb Raider we know and love.

Vikander is stepping into the big shoes of Angelina Jolie who starred in two Lara Croft films in 2001 and 2003. Her talent as a performer is undeniable, but video game movies have proven tough to crack, even as 2016 offered promising entries Assassin's Creed and Warcraft. It's been nearly 14 years since Angelina Jolie last graced the big screen as Lara Croft, but now Vikander is set to replace her in the upcoming remake. She delivered stellar performances in films like Ex Machina and The Danish Girl, the latter won her the Oscar for Best Actress in Supporting Role.

The new movie will be out sometime in the year of 2018 and is now filming.

Filming for Tomb Raider is already underway in Cape Town, South Africa.

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