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(RADIO ALICE) – On Tuesday night, Warner Bros. released the first trailer for the Tomb Raider reboot starring Alicia Vikander. It’s our first look at Vikander in action as the global adventurer.
Academy Award-winner Vikander plays Lara Croft, previously portrayed by Angelina Jolie in 2001 and in the 2003 sequel Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. Last year, Vikander won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in The Danish Girl. She also starred in Ex Machina with Oscar Isaac and The Man from U.N.C.L.E., co-starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer.
A preview of the trailer was revealed on Monday via social media:
The reboot also stars Dominic West as Lara’s father, Lord Richard Croft. West is best known for his role as Theron in 300 and on the TV series The Affair. Rounding out the cast includes Walton Goggins (The Hateful Eight), Hannah John-Kamen (Game of Thrones) and Daniel Wu (Into the Badlands).
The film is written by Geneva Robertson-Dworet, who is currently working on Marvel’s Captain Marvel movie. Norwegian filmmaker, Roar Uthaug takes the helm as Tomb Raider’s director.
See Vikander’s Lara Croft swing into theaters in Tomb Raider
on March 16, 2018.
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The city says the four-decade-old pool is badly in need of rehabilitation.
"The amount of gas, maybe 20 bucks, that he took... he caused a few thousand dollars worth of damage."
ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — One person died and another is in critical condition following a shooting Tuesday morning in Antioch, police said.
The shooting occurred at about 9:50 a.m. in the 300 block of Lawton Street. Someone called police before the shooting to say that three men were arguing, according to police.
One caller said a man had a gun and was pointing it at one of the other men.
Several people then called police to say that shots were being fired. Witnesses said one person was on the ground and another person ran from the area, police said.
The suspect, who was armed with a pistol, stayed at the scene.
Several officers responded and detained the suspect, who complied with officers’ commands.
After detaining the suspect, officers tended to the victim who was on the ground until paramedics arrived. Paramedics treated the victim, however, they died at the scene, according to police.
The victim who ran away went to a convenience store where police got in touch with him. Police said he had a bullet wound in his upper body.
That victim was taken to a hospital, where he is in stable but critical condition Tuesday evening.
Police said they believe they have detained, accounted for or been in touch with everyone involved with the shooting. Additionally, the gun used in the shooting was recovered, according to police.
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DETROIT (AP) — Jed Lowrie hit a go-ahead grand slam against Alex Wilson, and the Oakland Athletics overcame a four-run deficit to beat the Detroit Tigers 9-8 Tuesday night.
Detroit trailed 3-0 in the third inning, then took an 8-4 lead into the seventh, when Ryon Healy hit a bases-loaded grounder to shortstop Jose Iglesias, who bobbled the ball for an error as Lowrie scored.
Joey Wendle, Franklin Barreto and Chad Pinder started the eighth with singles off Wilson (2-5), and Lowrie followed with his third career slam.
Miguel Cabrera singled off Chris Hatcher starting the bottom half and took third on Nicholas Castellanos’ double. But Jeimer Candelario grounded out and, after an intentional walk, Hatcher struck out James McCann and Mikie Mahtook.
Santiago Casilla (4-5) pitched a perfect seventh, and Blake Treinen allowed Alex Presley’s two-out single in the sixth before retiring Andrew Romine on a groundout for his ninth save.
Oakland’s Matt Olson homered for the fifth straight game, tying Matt Stairs (1998), Dave Kingman (1986) and George Alusik (1962) for the second-longest streak in Athletics history behind Frank Thomas’s six in 2006. Olson has 15 home runs in his last 21 games.
Alex Presley, Nicholas Castellanos and Ian Kinsler homered for Detroit. Presley’s homer was the 5,693rd of the major league season, tying the record set in 2000. Kansas City’s Alex Gordon then homered at Toronto to break the mark.
Kinsler’s home was hit 20th.
Oakland starter Daniel Gossett allowed six runs, nine hits and three walks in 4 2/3 innings. Tigers starter Chad Bell gave up three runs, five hits and three walks in 3 1/3 innings.
The start of the game was delayed 15 minutes after afternoon rain.
Athletics: RHP Jharel Cotton could make his next scheduled start despite missing Monday’s game after straining a groin muscle during pregame warmups. Cotton was able to play catch on Tuesday without significant discomfort.
The teams finish their three-game series Wednesday, with Detroit’s Anibal Sanchez (3-4, 7.03) facing Oakland’s Daniel Mengden (1-1, 4.30). Mengden is coming off a two-hit shutout of Philadelphia Phillies. Sanchez allowed one run in six innings against the Chicago White Sox, striking out 11.
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