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The Hollywood Reporter confirms rumors that another Tomb Raider movie is in the works that will "reboot" the cinematic version of Lara Croft, since reboot is the new black. They take some air out of the idea that Megan Fox is the new Lara, saying: "An actress who could play the role Angelina Jolie made famous would likely come on after a writer and director are attached." The article describes the wrangling involving these movie rights: "Paramount previously made the two movies based on the game, but the rights have since reverted to Eidos. When Time Warner upped its stake to 19.92% in Eidos in December, films rights to the property were included as part of the deal." This leads to some speculation from MCV that Warner may yet take over Eidos, as has long been rumored. Thanks Mike Martinez and Dark Horizon.
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