Tomb Raider brings Lara Croft into the 2010s, but does that include adding in the now-typical post-credits scene onto the end of the movie? This version of Tomb Raider stars Alicia Vikander and, due to being based on the 2013 video game reboot, is a very different beast to the early-2000s outings featuring Angelina Jolie.
This is a younger Lara still at the very beginning of her violent archeological adventures, and that, of course, means there’s the potential for a big future to come. Indeed, Roar Uthaug doesn’t skimp on setting up the future, with the ending not just wrapping up our hero’s origin but teasing her lifelong mission ...
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