After a long break, Lara Croft is on the comeback trail. THR reports that a television show about the famous video game adventurer is in development at Amazon, with Fleabag writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge attached to pen the scripts and executive produce.
THR also reported that Amazon has plans to also make a new Tomb Raider movie and at least one additional video game, hoping to make an MCU-like interconnected universe.
Amazon had no comment on the report.
Not much is known about the new projects, including who will play the role of Lara Croft, who has been previously portrayed by Angelina Jolie and, most recently, Alicia Vikander.
Waller-Bridger rose to prominence thanks to Fleabag, an acclaimed BBC sitcom based on her one-woman show of the same name. The success of Fleabag earned Waller-Bridger an overall deal at Amazon Studios, which also includes another mystery series that may or may not still be on the schedule.
Every Notable Embracer Group Acquisition
There hasn't been a new Tomb Raider game since 2018's Shadow of the Tomb Raider, but Lara Croft has shown signs of reemerging of late. In addition to new Power Wash Simulator DLC that allowed players to clean her apparently filthy mansion, Amazon recently struck a deal with Crystal Dynamics to make a new game in the series.
Tomb Raider was part of Embracer Group's $300 million acquisition of Square Enix's western studios, which also included Deus Ex and Thief among other franchises. You can read our full analysis of the Embracer Group here along with our list of the biggest games of 2023.
Update, Jan. 27: This article has been updated to include the news about the new movie and video game.
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