Angelina Jolie has confirmed that she will star in a sequel to the recently released Hollywood blockbuster, Tomb Raider. The actress said that preliminary work had already begun and that the film could be finished as early as next summer.
The 26 year-old star, who learned a number of martial arts and gun handling skills for Tomb Raider, told the Daily Record: "They are writing another one. I am going to be Lara Croft again. If we can make it a hundred times better, if we can do a whole bunch of new things, think of a whole new sequence, get a great script with everything that nobody has ever seen before, then we will do it."
Despite critics hammering the film's plot, Tomb Raider managed to bring in £34.2m in its first weekend alone.
Jolie is also to be made goodwill ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. She is currently visiting Pakistan to see refugee camps housing people fleeing the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.
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