Copyright 2003

[ January 10th 2003 ]

Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie has told reporters her character Lara Croft will be much sexier in Par's Tomb Raider sequel The Cradle Of Life. "I think we see more sides to her. This feels more like a real film than the last one - it's a little less silly and Lara's more of a woman. The funny thing is, I realised I was almost doing too much training the last time. And I was on too many protein powder things - it made me curvier. This time I just ate normal food and lots of it: stuff like beans and eggs on toast. Then I trained as much as possible. This time Lara's leaner and stronger, sexier and sharper."

Jolie, currently in Hong Kong shooting the Jan de Bont helmed production alongside Gerard Butler, also claims to perform most of her own stunts. "I have no fear when it comes to stunts, which is probably very stupid. I do argue about what I think Lara would do in certain situations and sometimes there's a difference of opinion." Jolie continued, referring to a recent bust-up with director Jan de Bont. However, the former Oscar-winner said this time round she would be "slightly more careful" with her action scenes. "I check safety things a little bit more than I used to, now that Maddox is here."

The Cradle Of Life: Tomb Raider 2 has entered the final stages of filming before post production prepares the movie for it's July 25th silver screen debut. Jolie, who recently toured the war-torn region of Kosovo raising awareness for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, returns as fearless British aristocrat Lara Croft in the second of three adventures spawned from the successful video-game series of the same name.

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