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Lara Croft

Lara Croft is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the video game franchise Tomb Raider. She is presented as a highly intelligent & athletic English archaeologist who ventures into ancient tombs and hazardous ruins around the world.

Throughout the years, Lara has existed in multiple universes ever since her debut. At present, there are eight official incarnations of Lara Croft. Though each incarnation of Lara is similar, each one does have unique attributes, there are several recurring story features and themes within the timelines. At present, there are eight official incarnations of Lara Croft. Video Games, Comic Books, Animation, Movie

Lara Croft Age

Lara was born on February 14th, 1992, the only child of Lord Richard and Lady Amelia Croft. Lara’s birth was difficult and both of her parents worried that they might lose her before she was born. However, Lara was ultimately delivered successfully, much to her parents’ relief.

Lara’s early years were spent in the company of her doting parents. Her mother, who was an artist, worked from home and spent much of her time with her daughter, playing with her and giving her piano lessons.

Lara Croft Mum

Lady Croft died in a plane crash when Lara was very young. Her death inspired Lord Croft’s obsession with finding the key to immortality, which in turn resulted in him becoming somewhat neglectful of Lara. Lara began to act out in order to get attention, even locking the family butler Winston in the large walk-in freezer.

One of Lara’s earliest memories was her fifth birthday, when her father, Winston, and the rest of the staff put a lot of preparation into a treasure hunt to keep her entertained. Lara found solace in books, which fueled a lust for adventure.

Lara was an intelligent child, and early on was placed in classes with students a year older to compensate. Nevertheless, Lara was often bored at school, which led to her getting in trouble for daydreaming and not paying attention in class. She often asked her father to take her with him when he went on digs, to alleviate her boredom.

Lara Croft Attire

Camilla luddington

Lara’s Outfits are the clothing worn by Lara Croft during the events of the games. Lara’s signature ensemble consists of a tank top, shorts and boots, which she wore in every game until the 2013 Reboot. Adventurer: Beige long-sleeved shirt, brown pants, and brown boots.

Tactical Adventurer: Blue and a black tank top, beige and black cargo pants, black and green boots, Black fingerless gloves.Blue Heron Tunic: Blue Haitian tunic, black shorts, and sandals.Serpent Guard Outfit: Green Armour worn by the Serpent Guard.

Lara Croft Abilities

Peak-Physical Condition

She appears to be in peak-female human conditioning, having the strength, speed, acrobatic prowess, stamina, reflexes, hand to eye co-ordination & durability that are greater than Olympic-level athletes, she is able to push herself for several hours at a time.

She has also learned all the ancient meditation techniques of the Byzantine Era, allowing her an improved healing speed.

Marksmanship

Lara was taught how to shoot by Roth and refined her skills at her school’s rifle club. She has shown remarkable skill with many different firearms, including pistols, shotguns and automatic weapons. Roth believes that Lara had received her sharp eye and steady hand from her mother, who was an artist.

Archery

Lara is also a very skilled archer, having taken it up during her school days, and continuing to practice during her college days by joining an archery club called the Sisters of Artemis. She expanded her skill further after discovering codices detailing Byzantine archery techniques, she can rapidly fire up to three arrows within a few seconds or hit multiple targets simultaneously.

Combat Skills

She has decent hand-to-hand combat skills and was said to have a “heavy swing” by Reyes’ friend Dana, who is a combat instructor. Lara has also shown that she is strong enough to snap a man’s neck, with her thighs. She was even able to defend herself from two muggers by using an umbrella as a weapon. Lara can even fight blindfolded. The fighting style she used while fighting Dana, resembles kickboxing.

Guerrilla Warfare

As Lara is generally outnumbered in combat scenarios, she relies on stealth, hit and run tactics and traps in order to get an advantage on those she faces. Despite not being formally trained, Lara is incredibly skilled at picking off entire squads of trained soldiers with little difficulty.

Hunting/Tracking

Lara has shown to be quite adept at hunting, for the purposes of catching food and resources. She was able to track a pack of wolves to their den for the purposes of retrieving Roth’s distress beacon and has helped the remnants gather food in preparation for Trinity’s attack.

Foraging

Lara is able to distinguish edible, poisonous and medicinal plants for various uses.

Superior Athleticism

Lara took gymnastics when she was younger. As a result, she is very acrobatic and has great finesse, performing wall scrambles to reach higher levels or swinging on cloth banners as if it were a trapeze.

As she hardens into a survivor, she can combine her scramble move to attack enemies in their weak spots. Lara is a strong swimmer and can hold her breath for a decent amount of time. She has even learned all the advanced mountaineering skills of the ancient Byzantine Era.

Pain Tolerance

Her tolerance for physical trauma & fatigue is far greater than the average human being. She even learned ancient meditation techniques that allowed her to ignore pain. Combined with her tenacity, has given her a high resistance to torture, refusing to give any information to Dr. Taffe despite the severe beating she was getting from the giant goon with him.

High-Level Intelligence

Lara has spent years studying different aspects of archaeological and anthropological fields, being able to easily identify buildings and artifacts to their time period of origin from nothing more than what she can see, ranging from at least the Kamakura period (possibly before) right up to the Second World War and Cold War Era, as well as the Byzantine elements of the Remnants attire.

However, Lara’s brilliance is not just limited to her field of study. Lara also has a good memory, as she was able to recognize the cross of the Deathless Prophet which she’d previously seen in a book years earlier.

Archaeological / Occult Knowledge

Lara has a vast knowledge of ancient history and culture, as shown when she could read the scroll inside the hilt of the katana, which is used by the Stormguard General to commit seppuku. She was even able to recognize the powers of certain supernatural beings, such as the sorcery of Himiko, or the immortality & healing of the Prophet.

Acute senses

Lara has very acute senses which give her excellent situational awareness, to the point where she is even capable of fighting blindfolded. Her senses also help her tracking and hunting skill.

Attention to Detail

Lara is capable of picking out details in her surroundings to both aid her in combat and remove obstacles and hazards from her path. Lara has also shown that she’s able to spot an empty cylinder on a revolver.

Deductive Reasoning

Lara has great deductive skills. Lara was able to discover Mathias’ intentions for Sam to be used as a vessel for the return of Himiko. She completed her father’s research and found the Tomb of the Deathless prophet.

And when the Tomb was empty she made the connection between the Oasis & the lost city of Kitezh when even her father & Trinity’s most brilliant minds could not. She was also able to figure out Jacob’s true identity, as well as the Identity of Baba Yaga.

Multilingual

Lara can understand several languages, including Japanese (though she has difficulty with Kanji), Russian, Mandarin, and German, all of which she can speak to some extent as well. She has even learned how to read several ancient languages that different from their modern counterparts and even some dead languages including Greek, Mongolian, Mam, Quechua, and Yucatec.

Navigation

Lara has an excellent sense of direction and can set herself on the right path with minimal information. She also seems to have studied cartography and orienteering, as she can find hidden areas from directions on monoliths, and map out areas.

Astronomical Knowledge

Adding to Lara’s sense of direction, she can navigate by stars, likely taught to her by Roth. Even knowing about Axial Precession and it’s the effect on where stars appear in the sky. She used this to deduce that a riddle in Mexico had directions leading to Peru.

Toxicology

Lara has some experience in first aid, which she learned during her time working as a barmaid. She was able to treat Roth’s leg which had been mauled by a pack of wolves. She was also able to tend to her own wounds which she received on the island of Yamatai. Upon her being in Siberia, she was able to utilize herbs in order to heal extensive physical injuries that she received. She was even able to craft Poison Arrows from mushrooms found around Siberia.

Resourcefulness

Lara has shown to be very resourceful, using salvage found around various parts of Yamatai to improve her weapons. This is shown clearly when she discovers a metal rod in a nearby bunker when searching for a way to light the fuel to signal the plane, strapping it to her torch to remove her reliance on lit objects.

Another example is when she uses a nearby grenade launcher to kill a Solarii at the burning stronghold, later strapping it to her assault rifle. Lara is also able to use her environment, throwing dirt to stun foes and use rocks to bludgeon them. Lara learned how to pick locks, using nothing more than a hairpin. She even learned the formula for Greek Fire.

Acting Ability

Lara was initially shown to be a poor actress, though she improved considerably, to the point she was able to convince agents of Trinity that she was unconscious to make them leave her unsupervised so she could escape captivity.

Unbreakable Will

Lara has shown on many occasions that she is incredibly tenacious, and will do anything in order to accomplish her goals and do what she believes is right.

Pickpocket

Lara has nimble hands, as she was able to steal a remote detonator from Konstantin without anyone noticing.

Escape Artistry

Lara has been captured numerous times, usually relying on herself to be freed. Lara has escaped from a snake pit and a gulag using nothing but what was in her vicinity and has even managed to escape armed men, on multiple occasions, using improvised weapons and clever tactics.

Driving Skill

Lara has shown to have excellent control of vehicles, able to lose a tail while driving a van. Lara was also shown to be a competent motorcyclist both on and off-road telling Jonah she owned a bike prior to being shipwrecked on Yamatai.

Piloting Skill

In the final issue of Survivor’s Crusade it’s revealed that Lara can fly a helicopter, she was also able to level a plane whilst it was falling out of the sky.

Lara Croft Character Model

Nathalie Cook was the first model, portraying the character from 1996 to 1997. Cook was followed by British actress Rhona Mitra from 1997 to 1998. Eidos then updated the Croft costume to match its video game depiction.

Camilla Luddington has been named as the actor who plays Lara Croft in the upcoming Tomb Raider video game. The 29-year-old English-born actor joins Angelina Jolie, Minnie Driver, and Keeley Hawes, who have all portrayed the British adventurer in various forms in the past

One of the side characters, Alex, is set up as a possible love interest for Lara. He sees Lara as his ‘hero’ and in his diary, you see that he has a crush on her. However, Camilla Luddington, who does the voice and motion capture for Lara Croft, takes a different view; that Lara might have a boyfriend on the horizon.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider, also known as Lara Croft: Tomb Raider between 2001 and 2007, is a media franchise that originated with an action-adventure video game series created by British gaming company Core Design.

The franchise focuses on a fictional British archaeologist Lara Croft, who travels around the world searching for lost artifacts and infiltrating dangerous tombs and ruins. The gameplay generally focuses around the action-adventure exploration of environments, solving puzzles, navigating hostile environments filled with traps, and fighting numerous enemies.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider Game

Development on the original Tomb Raider game began in 1993. Its success prompted Core Design to develop a new game annually for the next four years, which put a strain on staff. The sixth game, The Angel of Darkness, faced difficulties during development and was considered a failure at release.

This prompted Eidos to switch development duties to Crystal Dynamics, which has been the series’ primary developer since then. Other developers have contributed either to spin-off titles within the series or ports of mainline titles.

Tomb Raider games have sold over 67 million copies worldwide. The series has generally met with critical acclaim, with the series being noted as one of the pioneers of the action-adventure genre. Lara Croft herself has become one of the most recognizable video game protagonists in existence.

winning numerous accolades and earning places on the Walk of Game and Guinness World Records. Alongside being praised for pioneering female characters in video games, she has also been the subject of controversy due to her sex appeal being used for marketing.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider Sequel

The first entry in the series Tomb Raider was released in 1996 for personal computers (PC), PlayStation and Sega Saturn consoles. The Saturn and PlayStation versions were released in Japan in 1997. The second game, Tomb Raider II, launched in 1997, again for PC and PlayStation.

A month before release, Eidos finalized a deal with Sony Computer Entertainment to keep the console version of Tomb Raider II and future games exclusive to PlayStation until the year 2000. The PlayStation version was released in Japan in 1998.

Tomb Raider III launched in 1998. As with Tomb Raider II, the PlayStation version released in Japan the following year. The fourth consecutive title in the series, Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation, released in 1999.

In 2000, with the end of the PlayStation exclusivity deal, the game also released on the Dreamcast. In Japan, both console versions released the following year. Tomb Raider Chronicles released in 2000 on the same platforms as The Last Revelation, with the PlayStation version’s Japanese release as before coming the following year.

The Angel of Darkness

After a three-year gap, Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness was released on the PC and PlayStation 2 (PS2) in 2003. The PS2 version was released in Japan that same year. The next entry, Tomb Raider Legend, was released worldwide in 2006 for the PC, PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable (PSP), GameCube, Game Boy Advance (GBA) and Nintendo DS.

The 360, PS2 and PSP versions were released in Japan the same year. A year later, a remake of the first game titled Tomb Raider: Anniversary was released worldwide in 2007 for PC, PS2, PSP, Xbox, Xbox 360 and the Wii. The next entry, Tomb Raider: Underworld, was released in 2008 on the PC, PlayStation 3 (PS3), PS2, Xbox 360, Wii, and DS. The PS3, PS2, Xbox 360 and Wii versions were released in Japan in 2009.

Tomb Raider Trilogy

In 2011 PS3 gets The Tomb Raider Trilogy which has Anniversary and Legend remastered for HD resolution along with the PS3 version of Underworld, the single Blu-ray also includes avatars for PS Home, a Theme Pack, new Trophies, Developers Diary videos for the three games and trailers for Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.

Tomb Raider Reboot

A reboot of the series, titled Tomb Raider, was released worldwide in 2013 for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Its sequel, Rise of the Tomb Raider, was released in 2015 on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game was part of a timed exclusivity deal with Microsoft.

Versions for the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows were released in 2016. In November 2017, Square Enix announced that Shadow of the Tomb Raider would be revealed in late 2018.[36] However, this reveal would be pulled up, as, on 15 March 2018, Shadow of the Tomb Raider was officially confirmed by Square Enix.

It will serve as the third and final game in the rebooted origin story. It was fully revealed on 27 April 2018 and was released worldwide on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows on 14 September 2018. An arcade game based on this incarnation was also announced in 2018, to be released by Bandai Namco Amusements.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider Media

Tomb Raider is a media franchise consisting of action-adventure games, comic books, novels, theme park rides, and films, centering on the adventures of the female fictional British archaeologist Lara Croft.

Since the release of the original Tomb Raider in 1996, the series developed into a franchise of the same name, and Lara went on to become a major icon of the video game industry. The Guinness Book of World Records has recognized Lara Croft as the “Most Successful Human Videogame Heroine” in 2006.

Six games in the series were developed by Core Design and the latest four by Crystal Dynamics. The games were first published by Eidos Interactive; Eidos became part of Square Enix on 22 April 2009.

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life and Tomb Raider, have been produced. The first two-star American actress Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft, the third Swedish actress Alicia Vikander.

The Tomb Raider video games have together sold over 45 million units, making it one of the best-selling video game series of all time.

Lara Croft And The Temple Of Osiris

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is an action-adventure game developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix for Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the sequel to the 2010 video game Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.

And the second installment in Lara Croft spin-off series of the Tomb Raider franchise. The video game was announced at E3 2014 on 9 June. This game marks the last time English actress Keeley Hawes provides the voice for Lara Croft.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a non-linear “arcade-inspired” action game with a fixed isometric camera, similar to Tomb Raider: The Prophecy for Game Boy Advance. It features cooperative gameplay, and up to four players can take control of one of four characters, Lara Croft, Carter, Isis or Horus.

Each playable character possesses unique weapons and skills. As with some previous installments, Lara retains her dual pistols with infinite ammunition and a grappling hook, which she is able to use to cross gaps.

Lara Croft Film Adaptation

Lara Croft is an English archaeologist, treasure hunter, and tomb raider. Born to an aristocratic family, Lara is generally disinterested in upper-class society, finding it stifling and boring. She takes far more interest in delving into the secrets of the past and finding what is believed to not even exist.

Lara’s expeditions have to lead her to search for some of the most powerful and dangerous artifacts in the world as well as uncovering some of the most mysterious places in Earth’s history. Lara’s exploits are legendary, even garnering a reputation, though occasionally that reputation is less than flattering.

Lara is often in a race against time with those who seek the same relics she does for nefarious intentions. Lara has thwarted many groups and individuals who are incredibly well equipped or powerful, including crazed religious cults, mad scientists and even gods.

Lara will often lock up some of the more powerful relics in her manor, in order to keep them out of anyone’s hands but her own and if the situation requires it, she may even destroy the artifact if need be.

Lara Croft Actresses

Lara Croft Angelina Jolie

Lara Croft Alicia Vikandez, Angelina Jolie

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider is a 2001 action-adventure film based on the Tomb Raider video game series featuring the character Lara Croft, portrayed by Angelina Jolie. An international co-production between the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Germany, it was directed by Simon West and revolves around Lara Croft trying to obtain ancient artifacts from the Illuminati.

In The film Adventurer Lara Croft Angelina Jolie defeats a robot in an Egyptian tomb, revealed to be a training exercise in her family manor, where she lives with her technical assistant Bryce (Noah Taylor and butler Hilary Chris Barrie.

In Venice, as the first phase of a planetary alignment begins, the Illuminati search for a key to rejoin halves of a mysterious artifact, “the Triangle,” which must be completed by the final phase, a solar eclipse. Manfred Powell Iain Glen assures the cabal that the artifact is almost ready, but has no real idea of its location.

The announcement of the film generated significant discussion about who would be cast to play Lara Croft. Numerous actresses and non-actresses were rumored to be on the shortlist to play her and countless others declared their interest in the role.

The casting of Jolie was controversial among many fans of the Tomb Raider series, who felt she wasn’t physically appropriate enough to play the large-breasted heroine; others complained about an American actress being hired to play a British character; others cited Jolie’s tattoos and well-publicized controversial personal life.

Director Simon West dismissed these concerns and said, in reference to Jolie’s penchant for sexual knife play, “it was always Angelina. I mean, Lara sleeps with knives and doesn’t take shit from anybody.  Jolie wore a padded bra to increase her bust size when playing Lara. As she explained to NY Rock on June 2000.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life 2003 action-adventure film based on the Tomb Raider video game series. Angelina Jolie stars as the titular Lara Croft character with supporting performances from Gerard Butler, Ciarán Hinds, Chris Barrie, Noah Taylor, Til Schweiger, Djimon Hounsou, and Simon Yam.

An international co-production between the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan, the film was directed by Jan de Bont and is a sequel to the 2001 film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.

The Cradle of Life received mostly negative reviews, though critics noted it as an improvement on its predecessor, particularly in the action sequences, and continued to praise Jolie’s performance as Lara Croft.

Despite this, it did not repeat its box office performance, grossing $156 million compared to the previous installment’s $275 million. It was still a financial success, and plans were made for a sequel, which was canceled when Jolie declined to reprise her role as Croft.

Lara Croft Alicia Vikander

Lara Croft Alicia Vikander

The Tomb Raider series was rebooted in 2018 with Alicia Vikander taking over the title role Lara Croft. The film was directed by Roar Uthaug, with a screenplay by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Alastair Siddons, from a story by Evan Daugherty and Robertson-Dworet.

An American and British co-production, it is based largely, but loosely on the 2013 video game of the same name, with some elements of its sequel by Crystal Dynamics, and is a reboot of the Tomb Raider film series.

The film stars Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft, who embarks on a perilous journey to her father’s last-known destination, hoping to solve the mystery of his disappearance. Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, and Kristin Scott Thomas appear in supporting roles. The film grossed $274 million worldwide, equal to Angelina Jolie’s original film in 2001 and more than its 2003 film of the same name.

 Tomb Raider 2 Movie 2019

There will be a sequel to 2018’s Tomb Raider reboot. Deadline has reported that Amy Jump has been hired by MGM and Warner Bros to write the script for the sequel, apparently because star Alicia Vikander liked what she saw in Jump’s work.

Given that the movie hasn’t been written yet, it will be a while before the Tomb Raider sequel hits cinemas. If we go by the first movie, that film in the first half of 2017, with a March 2018 release date. Assuming that the movie is written this year, a similar timeframe would probably point to an early 2021 release date – but it could well be later.