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The newest iteration of Lara Croft’s origin story, Tomb Raider, borrows heavily from the 2013 video game reboot but severely deviates from its story, characters, and, surprisingly, Lara. In the movie, Lara embarks on her first adventure in search of her missing father. She uncovers the secrets of Yamatai, Himiko, and learns more about her family.

Below are seven of the biggest changes that were made when the new Tomb Raider made the transition from video game to movie.

Warning! Complete spoilers for Tomb Raider (2013) and Tomb Raider (2018) follow.

Lara largely grew up without her father in the video game. Ana, an agent of Trinity, was tasked with getting close to and murdering Lord Richard Croft. She grows too attached to the Croft family and another Trinity agent is assigned to finish the job. Lord Croft’s death is made to look like he committed suicide. Following the incident, family friend Conrad Roth took Lara in his care and she was estranged from the estate that point forward. In the movie, her father was seemingly absent for most of her childhood while he looked for Himiko’s secrets. Lara is assumed to have been under Ana’s care.

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Posted on Mar 16, 2018

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