Has ‘Tomb Raider’ Broken the Video Game Movie Curse?

With this year’s Tomb Raider, Norwegian director Roar Uthaug and star Alicia Vikander are hoping to follow in the path of one of the few video game films to have resonated with audiences, 2001’s Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. The film is the highest-grossing video game adaptation of all time, and it made a box-office giant out of star Angelina Jolie.

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Farah Khan Says Filmmakers Are Storytellers, They Shouldn’t Be Defined By Gender

Talking about the REEL Movie Awards nominees, Farah Khan said, “I think directors are directors and they all have stories to tell. If you remove the name of the directors from these films, who is to say that a woman did not direct Mukti Bhawan and a man did not direct Lipstick Under My Burkha.”

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