Tomb Raider (2018)
Thursday 3rd May 2018
Embrace your inner hero when Tomb Raider arrives onto 4K Ultra HD, 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD 16th July 2017 from Warner Home Video.
Tomb Raider stars Oscar winner Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina, The Danish Girl) in the lead role, under the direction of Roar Uthaug (The Wave). Oscar winner Graham King (The Departed) produced under his GK Films banner. The film also stars Dominic West (Money Monster, 300), Walton Goggins (The Hateful Eight, Django Unchained), Daniel Wu (TV's Into the Badlands) and Oscar nominee Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient).
Uthaug directed Tomb Raider from a script by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Alastair Siddons, with the story by Evan Daugherty and Robertson-Dworet. The executive producers are Patrick McCormick, Denis O'Sullivan and Noah Hughes. The director's behind-the-scenes creative team included director of photography George Richmond (Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation), production designer Gary Freeman (Maleficent), Oscar-nominated editor Stuart Baird (Skyfall, Gorillas in the Mist) and editor Michael Tronick (Suicide Squad), Oscar-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) and costume designer Timothy A. Wonsik (Free State of Jones, Iron Man 3). The music is by Tom Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL (Mad Max: Fury Road).
Lara Croft is the fiercely independent daughter of an eccentric adventurer who vanished when she was scarcely a teen. Now a young woman of 21 without any real focus or purpose, Lara navigates the chaotic streets of trendy East London as a bike courier, barely making the rent.
Determined to forge her own path, she refuses to take the reins of her father's global empire just as staunchly as she rejects the idea that he's truly gone. Advised to face the facts and move forward after seven years without him, even Lara can't understand what drives her to finally solve the puzzle of his mysterious death.
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.