Angelina Jolie won’t be starring any future Tomb Raider movies — she’s been deemed too old.
The Hollywood superstar — who raises six children with partner Brad Pitt — played the role of Lara Croft in the first two Tomb Raider films in 2001 and 2003, but movie bosses will replace the 33-year-old with a younger star for the next installment.
“We are rebooting Lara Croft,” said producer Dan Lins. “It’s a great story that we’re going to tell, very character-orientated and more realistic than the past movies. It is an origin tale so it’s going to be a younger Lara Croft.
“It will have character-driven action. I think for me the Lara Croft games and movies have gone a little too action-oriented. I wanted to have action, but with character.”
Transformers star Megan Fox, 23, is now being tipped to replace Jolie.
“Megan is definitely a strong candidate for the part,” a source said earlier this year.
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