Tomb Raider: Alicia Vikander was ‘big fan’ of video game growing up

Performing artist Alicia Vikander, who is playing the most recent cycle of computer game saint Lara Croft in her next Tomb Raider, has said viewing the notorious character amid her youth felt like an enabling background to her.

The 29-year-old on-screen character assumes control from Angelina Jolie, who assumed the part in two movies, in the Roar Uthaug-coordinated film, and she uncovered that she at first felt “embarrassed” when she agreed to accept the venture as none of her companions had ever played the amusement.

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“I likewise experienced childhood in a period when there was none of my sweethearts who played computer games. I was somewhat embarrassed for doing it,” Vikander said on The Graham Norton Show.

Vikander said she was acquainted with Tomb Raider at a companion’s home and she was interested by the diversion that it drove her to alter her opinion.

“It was a female hero in a computer game, and I had never observed that. I was a bit excessively frightened, making it impossible to play the entire amusement when I was around 10, so I for the most part invested energy doing the traps and taking in her moves in that way. Yet, better believe it, I was a major fan when I was a child,” she included.

The performing artist likewise said that she exited her Oscar grant that she won for The Danish Girl in Los Angeles as it seemed to be “too overwhelming to bring home”.

“I just had one night with him. I chose he was too substantial to acquire home my hand baggage so my companion’s girl has him in her room,” Vikander said.

“I get refreshes with photographs on what he’s doing. I’ve been moving for quite a while however I am will get him soon and bring him home,” she included.