Hmmm. Angelina Jolie’s replacement is Kim Kardashian? Tomb Raider role for the reality star…fact or fiction? Find out below, plus check out some photos and video as well.
I don’t know about you, but envisioning the headlines ‘Kim Kardashian, Tomb Raider Star’ seems a bit far fetched, don’t you think? I mean really, to follow in Angelina Jolie’s footsteps? That’s a huge undertaking Kimmy K!
Earlier this week a source revealed:
“Kim is wanted to play a far more comic-strip version of Lara, which would be shot in 3-D and aimed at a teen audience.”
It looks as if the former girlfriend of Reggie Bush will not be heading to the silver screen. The folks over at Gossip Cop reported that someone associated with the production of the flick found the story to be ‘ludicrous’. KK herself confirmed the story and told US Magazine at Thursday night’s FIFI Awards, “That’s a good rumor, but it’s not true.”
And who else is vying for the role? Gawd, none other than the annoying Heidi Montag, who took to her Twitter page and proclaimed, “I want to be the blonde tomb raider. I’m better with guns then [sic] both Angelina and Megan Fox put together!” Um, okay Heidi, if you think so. I find it highly unlikely that this plastic surgery addict will be cast in the latest Tomb Raider movie, but who knows? This is Hollywood, right?
Now what about these other rumors that have been floating around that Kim & Reggie may be getting back together? The two were said to have been spending time with each other again after their split back in March. Again, those rumors are not true, as confirmed by the socialite herself to US Mag. Earlier this month it was revealed that Reggie ‘would never marry’ Kim. Why? According to a source, ‘his mother does not want her son dating someone who has a sex tape out there.’ Ouch!
So, the whole Kim Kardashian, Tomb Raider role is a no go…but let’s say she did score the part, how do you think she would have done? Leave me your thoughts, plus check out some pictures and video below.
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