Angelina Jolie Didn’t Think She Would Do Lara Croft Justice
Before Shakira Theron took the dress as the queen of cinema, the head was of Angelina Jolie, starting with Lara Croft at Simon West’s Tomb Raider (2001).
The film was the first for Jolie to do so sticky. This made him worry about whether he deserved the role or not. He sells Collier, “I said, ‘I didn’t feel like this person deserved me.’ At first, I did not want to do it;
To lower his mind, Tomb Raider director Simon West was patient with him and explained that he had given him any training he might need. “He said you could travel around the world and train with the British Army so I had three months to see what I could do. And I encourage everyone to do this. Come in as you can, give yourself a few months, force yourself to see, ‘What can I do?”
He threw himself into making his events seem as realistic as possible. All her hard work paid off when she acted as the heroine of a movie.
In the interview, they also talk about finding a fun way between VFX and complexity to achieve reality. “And I think a lot of what we have in movies is a show, it’s important to do as much distraction as you can because I think the audience knows the difference and it sounds real.”
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