Tomb Raider 2: Alicia Vikander’s Sequel Has Been Dealt A Major Blow


As far as video game movies go, 2018’s Tomb Raider performed pretty well, earning better critical reception than the Angelina Jolie-led Tomb Raider movies and making over $274 million worldwide. As such, MGM planned to bring Alicia Vikander back for another round as Lara Croft, but Tomb Raider 2 hasn’t made a lot of progress forward as the years have passed. Well, apparently the sequel has been completely  scrapped due to a bidding war starting for the Tomb Raider film rights.

Word’s come in that MGM had until this past May to officially greenlight Tomb Raider 2, and with that window having passed, the production company has lost the film rights to this popular video game property. The Wrap has heard that “a host” of Hollywood film studios are now putting in bids for these rights. Should another Tomb Raider movie happen elsewhere, it will be another complete reboot, with Alicia Vikander no longer being attached to reprise Lara Croft.



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