Tomb Raider Angelina Jolie made a big impact on the US box office last weekend, breaking records for a film with a female lead.
Despite critics hammering the film, Tomb Raider managed to bring in £34.2m for its first weekend, making it the most watched US film over the period.
It cost £71m to make, so has reclaimed half its cost already.
Unfavourable reviews have slated the picture's lack of coherent plot and "unbelievable" action sequences. However, the financial success of the film's opening weekend has apparently sparked plans for a sequel.
The 26-year-old Jolie spent months training for the role of the archaeologist, whose Indiana Jones-style antics take her through Iceland, Cambodia and England in a Hollywood version of the successful Tomb Raider game.
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