The original Tomb Raider movies were over-the-top and comic bookish. Since the game is being rebooted, the movies are, too. Don't expect Angelina Jolie! The 2013 Tomb Raider flick is Jolie-free.
Never mind that 47-year-old actor Brad Pitt is married to Angelina Jolie, star of the Tomb Raider movies, the Hollywood actor is apparently worried that their children are playing too many games.
The Angelina-free 2013 reboot of the Tomb Raider movie franchise picks up steam today, as GK Films taps Iron Man movie scribes Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby to write Lara's latest big screen adventure.
According to The Sun (yes, we know), mega star Angelina Jolie is peeved that Transformers actress Megan Fox is being mentioned as her Tomb Raider replacement.
It looks like Angelina Jolie's time as Lara Croft could be at an end, with the next Tomb Raider movie being an origin story featuring a much younger Lara Croft.
Lara Croft actress and borderline anorexic Angelina Jolie has been using Let’s Pilates and her kids’ DS to shed her post-pregnancy pounds, according to America’s OK! Magazine. So the good news is that Jolie gets that games can be a force for good. The bad news, if she keeps dieting she’s going to disappear. [STV]
Film Beowulf was sure expensive to make! The CG-laden flick was budgeted around US$150 million — not exactly chump change. Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory thinks it could have done the flick cheaper. Twenty percent of the cost, actually! Oh ho ho ho. Let's hear what Ninja Theory's Tameem Antoniades has to say: