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Tomb Raider is a 2018 action-adventure film 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 on the 2013 video game of the same name, with some elements of its sequel by Crystal Dynamics, a reboot, and the third installment in 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.

Principal photography lasted from January to June 2017 and took place at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden in Hertfordshire, England, and Cape Town, South Africa. The film was also shot on location across London, particularly East London. The first Tomb Raider film not to be distributed by Paramount Pictures, it was released in the United Kingdom on March 14, 2018, and in the United States on March 16, 2018, by Warner Bros. Pictures, in RealD 3D, IMAX 3D, IMAX, and 4DX. The film grossed $274 million worldwide, the same as the 2001 film of the same name and more than its 2003 sequel, although it needed to gross at least $275 million to break even.

Tomb Raider received mixed reviews from critics, with some describing the plot as painted by the numbers , and others praising the action sequences, tone, grittiness, and realistic take on the franchise. Vikander s performance and the characterization of Croft drew a polarized response; some described her as a capable, powerful, and unobjectified heroine , while others called her bland, and a punching bag and onlooker. A sequel was initially in development with Vikander set to reprise her role, but was cancelled in 2022 after MGM s film rights to the Tomb Raider series expired.


Following the disappearance of her father, Lord Richard Croft, Lara Croft makes a living as a bike courier. She is arrested after a collision with a police car. Richard s business partner Ana Miller posts her bail and urges Lara to accept her inheritance. Lara believes her father to still be alive, but Miller warns Lara that if she does not claim her inheritance, the family estate, Croft Manor, will be sold off. Lara reluctantly accepts and gains access to a secret chamber in her father s tomb, where she finds a pre-recorded video message from Richard detailing his research into Himiko, the mythical Queen of Yamatai who was said to command the power over life and death. Richard warns Lara to destroy his research, but she ignores his warnings and investigates further.

Not yet having received her inheritance Lara is forced to pawn the jade pendant her father gave her. With the money Lara travels to Hong Kong where she hires Lu Ren, captain of the ship Endurance, to sail into the Devil s Sea and the island of Yamatai. The ship capsizes in a violent storm and Lara has washed ashore where she is knocked unconscious. She awakens only to encounter Mathias Vogel, the leader of an expedition to locate Himiko s tomb. The expedition has been funded by a shadowy organization called Trinity, which seeks to harness and weaponize Himiko s power. Vogel takes Lara prisoner, claiming that he killed her father and revealing that he intends to use Richard s research to continue his expedition. He adds Lara and Lu Ren to his slave force. The two of them try to escape, but only Lara succeeds.

After surviving rapids and narrowly avoiding falling over a waterfall with the wreck of a wartime airplane, Lara is forced to kill a Trinity guard after nightfall. She follows a mysterious figure through the jungle and discovers that the figure is her father, who stayed on the island to prevent Trinity from finding Himiko s tomb. After Lara convinces him that she is real and not a figment of his imagination, Richard treats her injuries. Despite his protests, Lara sets off the next morning to steal Vogel s satellite phone. Lara makes contact with Lu Ren, and he, along with the other slaves, stage a distraction that allows Lara to infiltrate the Trinity camp and take the phone. In the ensuing chaos, Lu Ren commandeers an assault rifle, provides cover for the escapees, and guns down several Trinity soldiers, while Richard makes his way to Himiko s tomb but is captured by Vogel, who persuades Lara to open the tomb, something she has prepared for since she was a child. At that point, the entrance to the tomb self-destructs and falls away, allowing the party to enter the tomb which has not been seen for over two thousand years.

The party navigates a series of booby traps and locates Himiko s sarcophagus. When a Trinity soldier attempts to remove her corpse, he is infected by a highly infectious pathogen that reduces him to an aggressive, necrotic zombie. Lara realizes that Himiko was an asymptomatic carrier of the virus, who chose to entomb herself so that she could not infect others. Vogel concludes that Trinity wants to create a bio-weapon out of her body but he cannot remove Himiko s body and instead settles for detaching a finger, which he seals in a pouch. In the confusion, Lara and Richard overpower the remaining soldiers, although Vogel escapes and Richard becomes infected. Knowing there is no cure, Richard proposes destroying Himiko s tomb to prevent the disease from spreading across the world. Lara pursues Vogel as Richard sets off a bomb, killing himself and sealing the tomb. Lara confronts and kills Vogel by stuffing the finger in his throat. She barely escapes the tomb as it collapses, regrouping with Lu Ren and the slaves; they commandeer a Trinity helicopter to escape Yamatai.

Lara returns to London, where she formally accepts her inheritance and inadvertently discovers that Trinity s front company, Patna, is a subsidiary of Croft Holdings. She investigates further and suspects Ana is an agent of Trinity and manipulated her into accepting her inheritance to take control of Croft Holdings business operations when Richard stopped cooperating with Trinity. Having witnessed Trinity s ruthlessness firsthand, she prepares for her next adventure. Later, Lara returns to Alan s pawnshop to buy back her pendant and also purchases two-identical guns.


  • Alicia Vikander as 21-year-old Lara Croft Maisy De Freitas as 7-year-old Lara Emily Carey as 14-year-old Lara
  • Maisy De Freitas as 7-year-old Lara
  • Emily Carey as 14-year-old Lara
  • Dominic West as Lord Richard Croft, Lara s archaeologist father.
  • Walton Goggins as Mathias Vogel, a rival archaeologist of Richard Croft, and a member of Trinity, a shadowy organization.
  • Daniel Wu is Lu Ren, the ship captain who helps Lara to search for her father.
  • Kristin Scott Thomas as Ana Miller, an associate at Richard Croft s company, Croft Holdings.
  • Derek Jacobi as Mr. Yaffe, an associate at Croft Holdings.
  • Hannah John-Kamen as Sophie, Lara s friend
  • Nick Frost as Alan, a pawn shop owner.
  • Jaime Winstone as Pamela, Alan s wife

Additionally, Antonio Aakeel plays Lara s friend Nitin. Duncan Airlie James plays Terry, a mixed martial arts club operator. Josef Altin portrays Lara s boss Bruce, Billy Postlethwaite and Roger Nsengiyumva appear as Bill and Rog, Lara s co-workers and opponents at the race, and Michael Obiora portrays Baxter, the Croft Holdings receptionist.



GK Films first acquired the rights to make the film in 2011. Norwegian director Roar Uthaug came on board in November 2015, and Alicia Vikander was cast as the new Lara Croft in April 2016. Deadline Hollywood had previously reported that Daisy Ridley was considered for the role, but Ridley later described it as the craziest rumor ever heard aboutself . Walton Goggins was announced to play the villain in December 2016, and much of the rest of the cast was revealed in early 2017.


Principal photography began on January 23, 2017, in Cape Town, South Africa, and wrapped on June 9, 2017, at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden in Hertfordshire, England. Wilton House near Salisbury in Wiltshire was the location for exterior shots for Croft Manor. The waterfall sequence involving the plane was filmed at a waterpark at Lee Valley, outside London, at a venue that had been built for the 2012 Summer Olympics, and was combined with footage filmed in South Africa.

Visual effects

The visual effects are provided by Scanline VFX and supervised by Nick Crew and Paul Linden with the help of Method Studios, Rising Sun Pictures, Mr. X, Soho VFX, Zero VFX, and Factory VFX.


On June 14, 2017, It was announced that Junkie XL signed on as the film s composer after being removed from Justice League. The soundtrack was released digitally on March 9, 2018, by Sony Classical Records, with the physical edition being released on March 16, 2018, followed by the vinyl on August 24, 2018.


Tomb Raider premiered on March 2, 2018, in Berlin, Germany, at an exclusive preview with guests and cosplaying fans. It was released in the United States on March 16, 2018, by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film received an IMAX 3D and a RealD 3D release. It also received a 4DX release in selected countries.

Outside the US, the film was released in most territories between March 8–16, 2018, in Japan on March 21, 2018, and in Poland on April 6, 2018.


To promote the release of the film, Mattel released a promotional Barbie doll based on Lara Croft to tie in with the release. The doll is sculpted in the likeness of Alicia Vikander and features full articulation and a doll stand. The doll was designed by veteran doll designer Bill Greening as a Black Label Collector doll and released on February 19, 2018.

Home media

Tomb Raider was released on digital streaming platforms on May 29, 2018. A 4K UHD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD release occurred on June 12, 2018. It was released in Australia on June 18, 2018, for Blu-ray, Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, and DVD.


Box office

Tomb Raider grossed $58.3 million in the United States and Canada, and $216.4 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $274.7 million, against a production budget in the range of $90–106 million. To break even, estimations say the film needed to gross at least $275 million worldwide. According to MGM s 2020 Q2 earning reports, Tomb Raider is producing net revenue for the studio.

In the United States and Canada, Tomb Raider was released alongside Love, Simon and I Can Only Imagine, and was projected to gross $23–29 million from 3,854 theaters in its opening weekend. The film made $9.1 million on its first day (including $2.1 million from Thursday night previews). It went on to open to $23.5 million, finishing second at the box office, behind Black Panther ($27 million in its fifth week). It fell 55% to $10.6 million in its second weekend, finishing 5th at the box office. It grossed $4.9 million in its third weekend, falling 51% and finishing seventh.

Internationally, the film opened in nine Asian countries a week before its United States debut. It made $14.2 million over the weekend, with Korea s $2.9 million being the biggest market. The film opened in China on March 16, 2018, and made $12.3 million the first day. It was the fifth-highest-grossing day for a Warner Bros. film, opening 6% higher than Wonder Woman, and went on to debut to $41 million. As of April 28, 2018, the film s largest markets were China ($78.4 million), the United Kingdom ($10.4 million), France ($10.1 million), and the CIS countries ($7.5 million).

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 52% based on 324 reviews and an average rating of 5.5/10. The website s critical consensus reads, Tomb Raider reboots the franchise with a more grounded approach and a star who s more than up to the task—neither of which are well served by an uninspired origin story. At the time of its release, it was the best-reviewed movie based on a video game on the site. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 48 out of 100, based on 52 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale, the same score earned by the 2001 film; PostTrak reported filmgoers gave it a 70% positive score.

Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune gave the film 2 out of 4 stars and said, The Lara Croft reboot Tomb Raider isn’t half bad for an hour. Then there’s another hour. That hour is quite bad. It’s no fun watching your action heroine get shoved, punched, and kicked to the sidelines of her movie, while the menfolk take over and take turns overacting before expiring. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a mixed review, criticizing the story but praising Vikander, and writing, When all the one-dimensional supporting characters and familiar action moves fall by the wayside, the one thing left standing is Vikander…The film strains credulity even for a vid-game fantasy by letting the leading lady recover quickly from bad injuries, but other than that Vikander commands attention and is the element here that makes Tomb Raider sort of watchable. Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian gave it 2 out of 5 and wrote: Throughout Vikander maintains a kind of serene evenness of manner. Blandness is Lara’s theme.

Owen Gleiberman of Variety praised the film, saying that The exciting surprise of the new Tomb Raider, directed by the Norwegian genre specialist Roar Uthaug, is that it doesn’t tamp down Vikander’s inner flame, or the three-dimensionality of her talent; it doesn’t fold and insert her into an overly gymnastic and CGI-happy thrill ride. The movie is full of vine-swinging, bow-and-arrow-shooting, ancient-spirit-meeting action, but most of it is staged on a convincing human scale, one that’s been expertly tailored to its star’s understated directness. Matt Zoller Seitz of gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, and said, this is a beautifully crafted and unpretentious piece of action cinema, with several sequences that are as gorgeous as they are thrilling, and a female hero who s as elegant as she is deadly: an ass-kicking Audrey Hepburn. IndieWire s Anne Thompson wrote that Tomb Raider was a well-mounted, intelligently wrought adventure, more grounded in the real world than its fantasy predecessors and that it establishes the action bonafides of both Vikander and director Roar Uthaug .


At the 2018 Teen Choice Awards, the film received nominations for Choice Action Movie and Alicia Vikander as Choice Action Movie Actress, but lost both to Avengers: Infinity War and Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow in Avengers: Infinity War, respectively.

Cancelled sequel

In 2015, Adrian Askarieh, producer of the Hitman films, stated that he hoped to oversee a shared universe of Square Enix films with Just Cause, Hitman, Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, and Thief, but admitted that he does not have the rights to Tomb Raider.

Before the release of the first film, Alicia Vikander expressed interest in returning as Lara Croft for a second film, stating that If there s an audience out there for it, then I would love to . In April 2019, Amy Jump was hired to write a script for a possible sequel, with Vikander attached. In September 2019, Ben Wheatley, Jump s husband, signed on to direct the sequel, with a planned March 19, 2021 release date, with Warner Bros. Pictures dropping out of the project. It was announced that filming would start in early 2020 in England.

According to Geek Vibes Nation, principal photography was scheduled to start in April with filming taking place across several countries including England, South Africa, Finland, and China, and looking to deliver a faithful adaptation of the games story. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, production was delayed, with filming due to take place in England and South Africa; and the film was removed from the studio s release schedule.

On January 25, 2021, Misha Green signed to replace Jump and Wheatley respectively as writer and director. The film was going to be released theatrically in the U.S. via Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s distribution and marketing joint venture United Artists Releasing, and internationally through Warner Bros. Pictures.

On May 14, 2021, Misha Green confirmed via her official Twitter account that the first draft of the script, with the working title Tomb Raider: Obsidian, had been completed. On July 20, 2021, Vikander told Collider that the sequel is still happening but has not been greenlit yet. On 23 September 2021, Green responded to a fan question about the status of the film on her Twitter account, indicating that she was still set to direct her own script.

In July 2022, it was reported that MGM had lost the film rights to the Tomb Raider franchise, after the window ran out to give the sequel the green light, culminating in Vikander s departure from the lead role. The rights reverted to the game company and prompted a bidding war among studios.

Year 2018
ReleaseDate 2018-03-16
RuntimeMins 119
RuntimeStr 1h 59min
Plot Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander), the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she discovers the island where her father, Lord Richard Croft (Dominic West) disappeared.
Awards Awards, 8 nominations
Directors Roar Uthaug
Writers Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Alastair Siddons, Evan Daugherty
Stars Alicia Vikander, Dominic West, Walton Goggins
Produced by Genevieve Hofmeyr,Noah Hughes,Graham King,Patrick McCormick,Denis O’Sullivan
Music by Junkie XL
Cinematography by George Richmond
Film Editing by Stuart Baird,Tom Harrison-Read,Michael Tronick
Casting By Susie Figgis
Production Design by Gary Freeman
Art Direction by Tom Brown,Claire Fleming,Simon Lamont,Tamara Marini,Catherine Palmer,Cristiana Serra,Tom Still,Alessandro Troso,Mark Walker
Set Decoration by Raffaella Giovannetti,Caroline Walker
Costume Design by Colleen Atwood,Timothy A. Wonsik
Makeup Department Joeke Bonthuys,Claire Burgess,Sharon Dela,Abigail Edwards,Rachael Hallum,Lisa Halstead,Riette Hayward,Joe Hopker,Charlie Hounslow,Tarryn Kohler,Quimaine Laurie,Kimberley Leaver,Heather Manson,Arno Pieterse,Odette Reebok,Jan Sewell,Lindsey Tanner,Marika Weber,Nadine Keiser,Chris Lyons,Alex Rouse,Nicole Stafford,Francesca Van Der Feyst
Production Management Rebecca Adams,Romy Barber,Sam Breckman,Steve Harding,Kacie Kane,Mark Scoon,Michael Solinger,Janine van Assen,Steven Wayne
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Erin Abrahams,G.A. Aguilar,Edward Brett,James Chasey,Harry Greaves,Lee Grumett,Desiree Mkontwana,Neil Morgan,Emyr Glyn Rees,James J. Reid,Callum Sampson,Samuel A. Smith,Jeff Taylor,Jo Tew,Hayley Westray
Art Department Adam Aitken,Alex Aitken,Andy Aitken,Misli Akdag,Yasmin Al-Naib,Maudie Andrews,Marshall Aver,Matthew Babb,Francesca Birri,Cécile Bouquet,George Brain,Alan Brooker,Garreth Carikas,Chester Carr,Tina Charad,Po Sing Chu,Raphael Clack,Greg Cleaver,John Colebourn,Andrew Crause,Justine Davids,Emma Davis,George Dean,Jeaniene Dekker,Adam Doe,Natalia Eck,Massimo Eleonori,Cara Esterhuizen,Matteo Fait,Pierre Farinole,Josephine Farr,Silvia Fontana,Hugh Fottrell,Taariq Ganief,Steve Gibbon,Daniel Gommé,Marco Guidetti,Eleanor Hambly,Shane Harford,Etienne Harris,Aaron Holder,Andre Human,Douglas Ingram,Tk Khampepe,Neal Kirke,Didier Konings,Karl Koroscik,Aaron Lecoutre,Doug Lefler,Sean Leishman,Marcus Levers-George,Alfredo Lupo,Conor Maclay,Adam Maher,John Maher,Meike Maher,Steve Paul Martin,Mmakobo ‘Mike’ Matshabe,Joe Monks,Garry Moore,Irene Moreno Feliu,Lewis Mortier,Keri Murphy,Colin Mutch,Justice Nhlapo,Lucky Nkosi,Jonathan Norman,Wolfgang Osterholzer,David Packard,Alina Papp,Jessica Paterson,Aurore Pegon,Sandro Piccarozzi,Theofano Pitsillidou,Allen J. Polley,Dagmar Polley,Gigi Potter,Paul Purdy,Steffen Reichstadt,Dominee Reid,Dan Riches,Isona Rigau,Paul Robinson,Martin Rookes,Bain Rossouw,Simoné Roussouw,Norest Ruvinga,Josh Ryba,Cosmo Sarson,Houston Sharp,Kieran Shaw,Aaron Sims,Mark Sindall,Pravika Singh,Lindsay Skinner,Lydia Smith,Thomas Smith,Brendan Smithers,Kris Snell,Ruana Strydom,Gerald Sutherland,Kobus Swart,Daniel Swingler,Liberty Thompson,Luke Townshend,Daniel Valentine,Karlie Van Den Berg,Jacobus Uys van der Merwe,Megan van Heerden,Tate Van Oudtshoorn,Jacques Van Rooyen,Cecelia van Straaten,Diego Velasquez,Dan Walker,Barney Ward,Randolph Watson,Darren Westover,Daelan Wright,James Wright,Lawrence Wright,Daniel Pye,Michael Wetterhahn
Sound Department Mark Appleby,Jon Boothroyde,Michael Botha,Peter Burgis,Space Crate,Rob Davidsson,Simon Diggins,Noah Dunbar,Karolina Dziwinska,Robert Edwards,Zoe Freed,Glen Gathard,Luke Gentry,Dominic Gibbs,Peter Gleaves,Colin Gregory,John Hayes,Alberto Hernandez,Adam Horley,Mark Kenna,Geoff Kock,Kyle Koekemoer,Jenna Lange,George Lee,Nico Louw,Thayna McLaughlin,Michael Miller,Shaun Mills,Chris Navarro,Colin Nicolson,Katiene Norton,Candela Palencia,Rachel Park,Kevin Penney,Mike Prestwood Smith,Simon Rankin,Jemma Riley-Tolch,Andrew Rowe,Robbie Scott,Danny Sheehan,Timothy Siddall,Mark Taylor,Winson Ting,Mhairi Wyles-Lang,Robert Karlsson,Richard Spooner
Special Effects by Jonathan Barrass,Kevin Bitters,Lise-Marie Bothma,Henry Brook,Jonathan Bullock,Daniel Burnett,Jamie Campbell,Gary Cohen,Joshua Connaway,Leonardo Cruciano,Neil Damman,Matteo De Gregori,Warren Elrick,Katie Gabriel,Jamie Hendricks,Tony Heugh,Matt Lewis,Fikelela Lutsshetu,Unathi Mashiya,Samuel Murombo,Luigi Ottolino,Elisabetta Paccapelo,Steve Paton,Max Poolman,George Spensley-Corfield,Egle Sveikauskyte,Kali Tattersall,Richard Thomas,Michael Toivonen,Richard Van Den Bergh,Mark Van Niekerk,Ivan Janse Van Rensburg,Beukes Wessel,Drew Wills,Brett Ellis,Madeleine Poolman
Visual Effects by Resham Aaron,Samantha Abda,Morris Abramian,Nathan Abreu,Catalina Acosta,Grant Adam,Tim Adams,James Adkins,Ankita Agrawal,Matt Akey,Daffer Al-Faiadh,Jordan Alaeddine,James Albiez,Praveen Allu,Noah Sage Amrani,Benjamin Andersen,Eduardo Anton,Milos Aradanin,Cynthia Aragon,Michael Armstrong,Taylor Armstrong,John Ashby,Creighton Ashton,Mandy Au,Vincent Aupetit,Marie-Pier Avoine,Ewa Babska,Chris Bacon,Jenny Jiyeon Bae,Per Balay,Spriha Banik,Johnathan R. Banta,Steve Barnes,Manuel Barrero,Jordan Bartlett,Thomas Baxter,Bryn Bayliss,Christopher Beatty,Yves Bedenikovic,Brian Begun,Hugh Behroozy,Marianne Bell,Nico Bell,Pedro Paulos Bellini,David Bemi,Brad Betschart,Jayden Beveridge,Robert Beveridge,Francis Bezooyen,Zena Bielewicz,Dylan Binns,Yves Bischoff,Magdalena Bisogni,Mohsen Bizar,Kevin Blom,Ashley Blyth,Ilona Blyth,Turea Blyth,Alexander Boehmer,Rebecca Bogert,Loganathan Boopathy,Paul Boyd,Christopher Bozzetto,James Braid,Adam Brailsford,Louise Brand,Alex Branton,Baby Braulio,Bill Bridges,Pankaj Brijlani,Ariane Brinkmann,Danielle Brooks,Jason Brown,Jason Timothy Brown,Erik Bruhwiler,Paul Buckley,Brian Budak,Matthew Bullock,Justin Bunt,Duncan Burbidge,Cuco Bures,Christian Burggraf,Jess Burnheim,André Cabaco,John Caldwell,Ilgi Candar,Andre Cantarel,Curtis Carlson,Andrew Carruthers,Lewie Carson,Yeri Casanova,Beau Casey,Kiersten Casey,Colleen Catton,Sarah Cauchois,Galen Caulfield,Nicholas Cerniglia,Carlo Cersosimo,B. 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McGee,Brody McIlveen,Chris McIlveen,Mare McIntosh,Sarah McMurdo,Alasdair McNeill,Harry Medlin,Daniel Mejia,Glenn Melenhorst,Jesse Meler,Juan Melgoza,Joel Román Mendías,Kiran Menon,Keith Meure,Joel Michael,David Michielsen,Ivan Mickovic,Daniele Mieli,Michel Mielke,Steve Mihaylov,Francesca Milde,Amp Miller,Andrew Miller,Chelsea L. Miller,Jay C. Miller,Maurice Miller,Scott Miller,Nathan Millsap,Jane Min,Alejandro Miranda Palombo,Shane Miranda,Martin Mirola,Chelsea Mirus,Harshal Mistry,Sangita Mistry,Justin Mitchell,Vikram Mohan,Blanaid Montague,Sean Monteagudo,Reuben Montgomery,Steven Moor,Diana Morawski,Walid Mouawad,Adrian Moyes,Julia Mrugala,Alex Mueller-Perlefein,Yvonne Muinde,Keya Mukherjee,Mark Myburgh,Liam Nantes,Josiah Nathan,Pierpaolo Navarini,Robert Nederhorst,Laura Nettles,Jeremy Nicolaides,John Niforos,Tahl Niran,Thijs Noij,Conor Nolan,Amanda Novak-Knight,Martin November,Nezile Ntutha,Tom O’Bready,Rodney O’Sullivan,Ken U. Ogbo,Kieran Ogden-Brunell,Yvonne Oh,Matt Omond,Bartek Opatowiecki,Latoria Ortiz,Nathan Ortiz,Jon Ossitt,Christophe Pacaud,Dipesh V. Palan,Anne Palm,Athanasios Papadimitrou,Mike Pare,Adam Parker,Jessica Parsons,Ben Paschke,Andres Patarroyo,Rohan Patel,Harshal Patil,Kartiki Patil,Mallikarjun Patil,Rodgers Paul,Mayur Pawar,Julian Payne,Stepan Pazderka,Lucía Peralta,Rafael Perez,Alex Perlstrom,Bridgette Perrers,Linda Petch,Johannes Peter,Josip Peterkovic,Adam Petrie,Ignat Petrov,Adam Pettigrove,Wendy N. Pham,Jeffy Mathew Philip,Margaret Phillips,Kevin Pierce,Ryan Pilcher,Dominic Pileggi,Mario J. Pillet,Paul Poetsch,John Polyson,Alexandru Popescu,Anna Posokhova,Gabrielle Powell,Gv Prashanth,Kelsey Primar,Stewart Probert,Jeremy Pronk,Steph Pryor,Klee Quisido,Albert Radosevic,Sina Rahimpour,Matt Ralph,Guillermo Ramos,Pablovsky Ramos-Nieves,Davee Ramos-San Diego,Luis Ramsauer,Sasmit Ranadive,Ranjith,Jorge Razon,Leo Recompsat,Anil Reddy,Jun Ren,David Rencsenyi,Florent Revel,Jack Richmond,Mnandi Ridley,Saysana Rintharamy,Joshua Robertson,Filippo Robino,Andy Robinson,James Robison,Roberto Rodricks,Brendan Rogers,Manish Rohith,Simon Rosenthal,Simon Ross,Jan Paul Roux,Sandeep Roy,Croft Russell,Christina Ryan,Jamshid Sadat,Shoolin Saini,Petr Sajner,Toshihiro Sakamaki,Ruben Salazar,John Saleem,Andrea Salvatori,Kevin Samar,Remus San Diego,Gustavo Sanchez-Perez,Mohan Sangeeth,Ignacio Santamaria,Justin Sarber,Tarkan Sarim,Takayuki Sato,Andrew Savchenko,Benjamin Scabell,Michael Scheffler,Alexander Scherffig,Fabian Scheuringer,Franz Schiller,Stephen Schmidt,Jens Schneider,Ron Schrems,Karl Schudeck,László Sebõ,Ryan Sefton,Jaeil Seo,Ryan E. Seymour,Shareef Shanawany,Scott Shapiro,Matthew Shaw,Kodeeswaran Shenbagaram,Kieran Shepherd,Christian Sherriff-Smith,Kelly Shin,Will Siddall,Marcela A. Silva,Kishore Singh,Nitin Singh,Magnus Skagerlund,Andrew Slevin,Sam Sloan,Alex Smith,Anthony Smith,Dane Allan Smith,Jonty Smith,Nadia So,Roland So,Lisa Spence,Kathleen Squire,Daniel St-Amant,Carl St-Pierre,Jon Stanley,Helmut Stark,Andreas Steinlein,James Steller,Luke Stevens,Aaron Patrick Stewart,Ken Stewart,Jonas Stiltz,Conner Stirling,Paul Venn Stirling,George Stone,Mark Story,Rosalind Stratton,Alan Stucchi,Errol Stussi,Russ Sueyoshi,Liz Sui,Quentin Sur,Brendan Sutherland,Chris Sutherland,Ryley Swan,Kelly Swenson,Prasun Talukdar,Benjamin Tan,Neil Russell Tan,Siqi Tang,Alexis Tarakjian,Julien Taton,James Tavet,Lewis Taylor,Gustaf Tempelhoff,Corrine Teo,Masahiro Teraoka,Mike Terrigno,Radley Teruel,Jean Teulieres,Caitlyn Thomas,Andrew K. Thompson,Caleb Thompson,Daniel Thompson,Samantha Thrupp,Radhakrishna Reddy Tippani,Lachlan Tolley,Annalisa Torina,John Toth,Stuart Tozer,Hilton Treves,Nicholas Tripodi,Hao Truong,Greg Tsadilas,Tzung-Da Tsai,Wei Che Tseng,Michael Tuohy,Parikshat Tyagi,Nera Uljar,Sylvia Unglaub,Elena Vallverdu Pages,Cameron Van Den Besselaar,John Van Der Zalm,Johan van Huyssteen,Jordan Vanderlinden,Arnulfo Vargas,Niel Vas,Matteo Veglia,Rajesh Velayudhan,Oliver Velichkovski,Elena Velkova,Joel Venti,Leiki Veskimets,Noah Vice,Jesse Vickery,Bhawana Vijay,Vinay.isetti,Sarah Vinson,Heiko von Fintel,Scott Vosbury,Anne Vu,Thomas Dane Wagener,Victor Wagner,Shoshanah Wall,Isabel Wallace,Rose Wang,Mike Warner,Thomas Warrender,Bastian Wartenberg,Adrian Watkins,Martin Toby Watson,Hazel Weatherall,Chujia Wei,Vivian Wei,Zack Weiler,Shelley Welch,Philipp Welle,Jeff Wells,Rebecca Wells,Alexander Whyte,Greg Wieder,Tom Wild,Ed Wilkie,Alice Wilson,Paul Wojdylo,Christal Wolgamott,Guido Wolter,Carmen Wong,Sunny Wong,Drew Wood-Davies,Bjoern Wortmann,Kai Woytke,Dean Wright,Howard Yan,Radoslav Yanudov,Esther Yap,Tiffany Yee,Robert Yeh,Kyle Yoneda,Ashkan Yousefi,Asim Zaidi,Kian Zand,Zachariah Zaubi,Thomas Zauner,Tomas Zaveckas,David Zeng,Claire Zeppel,Nathan Zeppel,Lei Zhang,Lee Zhu,Bojana Zozinska,Emil Alagjozovski,Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno,Alyssa Blackwell,Sachin Kumar Chauhan,Goran Dimov,Kristen Drewski,Philip Fraschetti,Liam Gare,Usama Ghufran,Sam Hodge,Ashwin Kumar,Marc H. Langbein,Lazetutkovski,Chiaki Matsubayashi,Prakash Pathak,Colin Rhodes,Daniel Steart,Joseph Towe
Stunts Blaze Adulmas,Hannah Behan,Jeremy Boado,Marlon Braaf,October Bronwin,Alex Cahill,Zahir Carlie,Robert Clarke,David Davadoss,Hein de Vries,David Decio,Heidi Dickson,Matt Esof,Daniel Fourie,Craig Fox,Aldonio Danny Freitas,Clive Goble,Thando Gqolosa,Richard Hansen,Paul Harford,Mark Henson,Daniel Himschoot,Sophie Hind,Marc Hyland,Dean Johnson,Scott Kirkbride,Leander Lacey,Richard F Law,Ruan Luckhoff,Rose Mac,Anthony Mo Marais,Dudon Marsh,Alwyn Marx,Kevin Mathews,Voytec Modrezewski,Lee Morrison,Alan Ormrod,Slobo Panovic,Grant Powell,Kierron Quest,Charles Ramsay,Luke Rhode,Matthew Sampson,George Schoonraad,Venice Smith,Johann Spilhaus,Craig Turvey,Jenny Umbhau,Fleur van Eeden,Violet Verigo,Jeremy Ward,Grant Wiesinger,Vernon Willemse,Matthew Wood,Hannah Behan,Tony Christian,Will Dent,Heidi Dickson,Bradley Farmer,David Garrick,Francois Groenewald,Robert Hladik,Jan Holicek,Jessica Hooker,Marc Hyland,Joe Kennard,Cristian Knight,Lukaz Leong,David Listvan,Peter Miles,Lee Millham,Lee Morrison,Lucy Jayne Murray,Ian Pead,Jason Phelan,Isabella Rapone,Louis Samms,Frans Steyn,Leo Stransky,Roy Taylor,Thé Kyu Thai,Fleur van Eeden,Shawn Van Zyl,DeVille Vannik,Violet Verigo,Alistair Whitton
Camera and Electrical Department Shane Abrahams,Justice Amadi,George Amos,Paddy Anstey,David Appleby,Neil Ashton,Sebastian Barraclough,Graham Bartholomew,Liam Beard,Chris Belcher,Chris Bellotti,Alex Bender,Ashraf Benjamin,Brendon Bennett,Christian Black,Thandi Blakfesi,Dylan Bland,Adrian Boerlage,Jeremy Braben,Joshua Callis-Smith,Meike Chinnery,Darren Coomber,Jim Crowther,Jim Crowther,Simon Cullen,Brandon Daniels,Mardon de Carvalho,Jean de Kock,Pierre Henri De Villiers,Mark Dempsey,Jonathan Dennis,Wiseman Dinizulu,Nathan Erasmus,Jon Fenech,Manoel C. Ferreira,Will Finch,Simon Finney,Robert Fischer,Jack Flemming,Matthew Fox,Ian Franklin,Neil Frazer,Max Glickman,Leigh Gold,Tom Gough,Desmond Gqitekaya,Oliver Hadlow-Martin,Dan Hartley,Justin Hawkins,Rob Hill,Edrich Hollis,Simone Howlett,Wayne Howlett,Ryan Huffer,Ian Jackson,Nathan Greenleaves Jackson,Rick James,Siphiso Jezile,Lukasz Jogalla,Sam Jones,Thembekile Kebeni,Chris King,Mike King,Ed Kirby,Ilze Kitshoff,Marcel Klopper,Lawrence Kutala,Aaran Lewis Leach,Adam Lee,Joshua Lewis-Green,Uri Maree,Jason Martin,Filippo Maso,Stephen Mathie,Guy McCormack,Douglas Mcerlain,Ossie McLean,Alex Mead,Negoita Mihai,Josh Milne,Regan Mitchell,George More Gordon,Will Morris,Julian Morson,Archie Muller,Romeo Ndirini,Keyan Nel,Sowabile Nonqulo,Tshepo Nthako,Jono O’Connell,Alice Pennefather,James Perry,Nick Phillips,Lester Plant,Alex Pollini,Keith Rafferty,Ben Ransley,Sam Reeves,Dave Ridout,Jack Ridout,Dale Rodkin,Ben Casciello Rogers,Sean Rogers,Gary Romaine,Melvin Rosewarne,Nicholas Ruthven,Keith Saayman,Ewan Sadler,Trent Sam,Wayne Shields,Reece Smith,Paul Snell,Duncan Steven,Richard Stevenson,Marius Swart,Olly Tellett,Alfre Theron,Andy Thomson,Sive Tunywa,Arno van der Laan,Vusi Velapi,Derek Walker,Gavin Weatherall,Rob Weidner,Des Whelan,Peter Whitcombe,Steven Brett Whittaker,Clive David Williams,Storm Leonard Williamson,Steve Wood,Ali Youssef,Werner Grobbelaar
Animation Department Joel Fletcher,Victor Glushchenko,Aanikka Holder,Matthew Horner,Nathan Jones,Jubey Jose,Adam Klein,Duck Lee,Daniele Mieli,Nicolas Torres,Jesse Vickery,Curtis Willis,Aanikka Holder
Casting Department Nathalie Colen,Kirsty Kinnear
Costume and Wardrobe Department Ann Cartwright,Graham Churchyard,Paul Colford,Gabrielle de Gersigny,Rick de Souza,Jan Dieckmann,Alexandra Disertori,Alexina Duncan,Liz Essex,Birgitta Fredlund,Carl Johannes,Xabiso Johnson,Alex-Ann Keppie,Redson Khombedza,Lisa Lauren,Daniel Lister,Tristan Makka,Mthunzi Mashiya,Martin McShane,Kamiela Meniers,Melissa Moritz,Amadou Ndiaye,Maryke Nel,Abderrahim Oumimoune,Constance Phukubye,Khuselo Ranana,Kelly Jade Rother,You-Jin Seo,Philip Stapelberg,Siphiwo Sume,Benjamin Tyrrell,Greer Whitewick,Rafeeq Williams,Sue Casey,Adeline Da Silva,Helena Deerwater,Philip Goldsworthy,Elizabeth Kane,Heidi McQueen-Prentice,Jessica Phillips,Eva Roelfs,Tiffany Russell,Charlie Sadler,Alicya Sinclair
Editorial Department Cherri Arpino,Mike Austin,Robert Avery,Fiorenza Bagnariol,Lucie Barbier,Holly Laura Burn,Joshua Callis-Smith,Alice Catherine Carter,Brendan Feely,Greg Fisher,Chris Francis,Meetal Gokul,Michael Hall,Kevin Fairfax Harwood,Borna Jafari,Jonas Jangvad,Todd Kleparski,Jade Köhler,Nikoleta Lanakova,Christopher Lloyd,Zach Marshall,Gavin McCarron,Claire McGrane,Laura Metcalfe,Leigh Myers,Danielle Nel,Stuart Nippard,Luthando Nzimande,Gareth Parry,Calum Peters,Gemma Saunders,Matthew E. Schneider,Robert Sealey,Cornelius Shea,Christian Siebenherz,James Slattery,Jonathan Smiles,Clayton Allen Stearns,Eden Stelmach,Tom Sugden,Lauren Van Rensburg,Luis Ochoa
Location Management Sam Bather,Mike Battle,Dillon Beagley,Robert Bentley,Guy Bishop,Edward Bottenheim,Stephanie Bryant,Ed Burrell,James ‘Fingers’ Buxton,Musonda Chola,Hannah Cole,Mauro Crolla,Katrina Day,Dino Denton,Deon Du Preez,James Dunstan,Megan Earl,Joseph Gould,Summer Greenwood,Luke Harris-Perfect,Matthew Harrison,Paul Howard,Sam Hunt,Simon Lam,Jess MacDonald,JJ McAllister,Hannah McCarthy,Sam Millner,Mike Papal,David Powell,Sebastian Prias,Kate Priestman,Paris Rivers,Melisa Rodop,Elliot Sansom,Kamilla Steczkowska,Jacques Stemmet,Melissa Strong,Carrick Welsh,Charlotte Wright,John Rogers
Music Department Roger Argente,Bob Badami,Sean Barrett,Jonathan Beard,Mark Berrow,Daniel Bhattacharya,Simon Changer,Ali Christenhusz,Jordan Cox,Antonio Di Iorio,Alex Ferguson,Isobel Griffiths,Michiel Groeneveld,Clifton Harrison,Benjamin Hoff,Junkie XL,Roger Linley,Steve Mair,Perry Montague-Mason,James Murray,Alex Ruger,Kle Savidge,Scottpatrick J. Sellitto,Ekbal Kabir Siam,Ben Smithers,Jill Streater,Jamie Thierman,John Ashton Thomas,Jacopo Trifone,Edward Trybek,Allen Walley,Henri Wilkinson,Arabella Winter,Nick Wollage,Rachel Bolt,T Mills,Emily Rice
Script and Continuity Department Ruth Atkinson,Harriet Baker,Paula Casarin,Vinita Petrus,Martina Vazzoler
Transportation Department Dean Arlen,Darren Beaven,Alan Canty,Stuart Clayson,Danny Clow,Dobrin Daniela,Michael Geary,Denis Gilmore,Kit Harvey,Darren Helman,Andrew James,Ashley Jeffery,Declan Lambert,Cain Lee,Vince Levins,David Lewis,Jeni Meredith,Kennedy Mukange,Pete Newman,Lucky Ngedle,Tony Power,Simon Pratley,Joe Samakova,Colescu Sebastian,Winston Seidu,Abraham Shiburi,Bradley Sweetman,Bernard Turner,Rob Van Der Veen
Additional Crew Leah Aitken,Hector Andreu,Mark Assad,Alistair Atkinson,Paul Barratt,Brendon Bennett,Lisa Birch,Charles Bodycomb,Mike Border,Braam Botha,Maxwell Boulton,Lauren Broderick,Penny Brown,Godfrey Buteera,Charlotte Carey,Lynda Carruthers,Paula Chidgey,Kerryn Clements,Joe Cox,Celine Cripps,James Cross,Devis Damonte,Joelle Mae David,Rob Day,Sam Dent,Joan Deplewski,Derek Desmond,Derek Desmond,Jason Devil,James Dunstan,Luke Durr,Simone Dutreux,Penny Dyer,Ellysha Eglon-Smith,Carl Elkington,Dave Evans,Stuart Ewen,Adam Foster,Nathan Francis,Jimmy Fraser,Linda Gamble,Steffen Garthoff,AnaMarie C. Gonzaga,Jon Gray,Bernard Gunter,Mike Hannekom,Fiona Harper,Lee Nicholas Harris,Shireen Hattingh,Nicholas Hendricks,Marina Heumann,Kate Hicks,Jesse Hiram,Jason Horwood,Kylan Huacuja,David Hyde,Andre Jacques,Sydne Japtha,Yuanchen Jiang,Shepherd Kasema,Robyn Keyser,Tilu Khalayi,Hayley King,Rachel King,Mert Kizilay,Brent Kriel,Butch Kriel,Craig Krueger,Cassidy Lange,Helena Letarde,Rae Lim,Alistair Louw,Jana Lundy,Magnus Lygdback,Rose Mac,Sinwabi Maguazolo,Abigail Manson,Jason Martin,Lamees Martin,Obie Matthew,Luke James Matthews,Lubabalo Mayedwa,Gabriel Harry Meltz,Alex Mill,Marcus Mills,Patrick Mkhosana,Juhlene Moller,David Moore,Michaela Muller,James Muringani,Xolisa Ndwebi,Richard Neale,Jacob Nizzola,Dom Notten,Nick Notten,Ayanda Nowebi,Carolyn O’Reilly,Hugh O’Shea,Denis O’Sullivan,Chantal Oliver,Tianda Olivier,Jaryd Owens,Emmanuel Pappas,Lance Peters,Ellie Rawlings,Leah Revivo,Dani Rex-Byrd,Kenny Rice,Hamish Riddell,Sean Roberts,Ryan Robertson,Joseph Roller,Dezi Rorich,Elle Russell,Callum Sampson,Tracy Sattlegger,Sam Schlenker,Melissa Searle,Dave Shaw,Lydia Silverman,Joss Skottowe,Dave Smith,Johanna Smitz,Robyn Snell,Megan Soliah,Deo Stemela,Shanti Stewart,Alton Stoffels,Adam M. Stone,Cat Stone,Katy Strutynski,Inanc Telci,Jandre Terblanche,Natalie Testa,Kari Thompson,Rachel Thompson,Illias Thoms,Linda Toon,Sarah Unwin,Gert Uys,Farren van Niekerk,Stephanie Vaughan,Tiffany von Willingh,Lewis Walsh,Lucy Ward,Aaron Warham,David Wave,Jonathan Wayre,Tony Paul West,Michael Kenneth White,Shamiela Williams,Irina Wozniak,Grant Wright,Megan Yeargin,David William Young,Phoebe Young,Garson Yu,Christian Zuidema,Giles Dumper,David Monteath
Thanks Mehran Javid,Jim Schramm
Genres Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Companies Warner Bros., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Square Enix
Countries UK, USA
Languages English, Cantonese, Hindi
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.3
ImDbRatingVotes 213731
MetacriticRating 48
Keywords clasp knife,based on video game,chase,female protagonist,jungle