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Megan Fox keeps mum on possible Lara Croft offer January 31, 2009

Posted by tombraiderfanboy in Hollywood, Lara Croft, Tomb Raider 3 (Film).
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Despite earlier reports of Megan Fox’s reps denying any involvement of the actress in Warner’s Tomb Raider reboot, it seems we can’t strike out the Transformers star as Angelina’s replacement just yet. According to this E! Online piece, Megan’s camp refused to comment when asked whether the actress would accept the Lara Croft role if offered or not. And what a wise choice that was.

A premature “no” to an offer to play Lara Croft would be like — in the words of E! — “blowing a friggin’ cash cow” for Fox. Being a potential heiress to the role that catapulted Angelina to international fame would no doubt do wonders for Megan’s career. E! is also saying that the “sexier, sultrier mini-Jolie” is like getting Angelina “for one-sixth the price,” so it would make sense if WB wanted Fox to don Lara’s figure-hugging tomb-raiding outfit.

More on this as it develops, if it does.

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1. Megan Fox - March 27, 2009

I’m looking forward to Jennifer’s Body. Megan had no real meaty scenes in How to lose friends and alienate people. And in Transformers she was pretty much mute.

Shes also up for the role of Leila in Jonah Hex with Josh Brolin.
She would be a perfect Wonder Woman thought! 🙂

2. Jedd Fletcher from trf - April 9, 2009

Please, no Megan Fox as Lara. She’s sexy but she can’t really act. She’s good for standing around looking pretty, but Lara Croft is not about that. My belief is that Lara should be cast first based on how well the actress can carry the story, how well she can handle the action content and how closely she resembles in-game Lara.


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