Tomb Raider Animated Series For Netflix Offers New Details And Confirms Two Characters [VIDEO]

MOVIE NEWS – Lara Croft will meet allies of the classic and modern saga in this new production: Tomb Raider Animated Series For Netflix.


During the day yesterday, there were several announcements related to Tomb Raider on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. One of them had to do with his Tomb Raider animated series for Netflix, which according to its screenwriter, will serve as a bridge between Lara Croft’s classic saga and the latest Survivor Trilogy, thus unifying the timelines.

“The Crystal Dynamics team is working hard to unify the Tomb Raider timelines, and we are so excited to be a part of this effort because, at least I, I always wondered how Lara Croft managed to become such an epic hero and brilliant, “explains Tasha Hugh, writer and executive producer of the Legendary animated series for the streaming service, in a video.

In this sense, Hugh assures that his production of Tomb Raider Animated Series will offer the first steps to unify both sagas, following the trail marked by Tomb Raider (2013), Rise of the Tomb Raider and Shadow of the Tomb Raider until reaching the first Tomb Raider. That includes some classic characters like Zip (Chronicles, Legend and Underworld), who will be voiced by Allen Maldonado, and modern characters like Jonah Maiava (TR 2013, RoTR and SoTR), played again by Earl Baylon.

Hugh recognizes the pressure to link the two sagas well but is excited about what is to come and is already eager to share the news. Remember that this series is more focused on games and will not be related to movies. In this sense, a few weeks ago, we had a statement from Alicia Vikander where she showed her optimism that the filming of Tomb Raider 2 would come to fruition.

Source: Deadline

Source: Deadline

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