If you were worried about Alicia Vikander being able to fill Angelina Jolie's cargo pants in the Tomb Raider reboot, worry no more. In the new look at the 28-year-old Oscar winner as the titular raider of tombs, Lara Croft, Vikander seems to be holding her own as she dives off cliffs, dramatically slides under razor-sharp booby traps, and effortlessly completes other death-defying acts. While that might be the same song and dance we got with Jolie in the first two films, Lara's backstory is getting an update.
The action film, which isn't due out until March 16, sees Lara as a 21-year-old, fiercely independent bike courier living in London on her own seven years after the disappearance of her eccentric adventurer father (Dominic West). She sets out to solve the mystery of his death, which involves a dangerous journey to a mythical tomb somewhere off the coast of Japan. Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, and Kristin Scott Thomas costar, while The Wave's Roar Uthaug is set to direct.