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'Tomb Raider' Reboot Gets 'Iron Man' Writing Team

A couple months ago, we reported that GK Films had acquired the rights to the Tomb Raider franchise, with the intention of rebooting the series for a 2013 release. We're now one step closer as the writing team of Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby have been hired to write a script. The duo previously worked with Jon Favreau on Iron Man and this summer's sci-fi western Cowboys & Aliens.

While we're still several steps from this reboot actually happening, there is still the question of who can play the role of Croft. Considering both Angelina Jolie, who played the character in two blockbuster movies, and Rhona Mitra, whom the original video game character was modeled after, are out of the question, what other actresses could fulfill the role?
Early buzz has familiar names like Olivia Wilde, Emma Stone, Gemma Arterton and Katee Sackhoff as fan favorites to fill Croft's estimable boots. But who do you think would make a great Lara Croft?
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