A print and action-packed trailer for a new Tomb Raider film have been expelled – though all everyone’s articulate about is Alicia Vikander’s neck.
The Oscar-winning singer appears to be a plant of some clearly dodgy Photoshop in a print for a film.
“Is it only me or is there something off about a proportions on that Tomb Raider poster?” tweeted Lex Croucher.
“The some-more we demeanour during a Tomb Raider film print a reduction clarity that neck creates to me,” wrote Twitter user Nibel.
Other derisive tweets have likened a Ex Machina star with a Jurassic Park velociraptor and other film characters with extended necks.
Directed by Norway’s Roar Uthaug, a latest shade tour for Lara Croft reaches cinemas in Mar 2018.
Angelina Jolie formerly played a mechanism diversion heroine in dual films expelled in 2001 and 2003 respectively.
The latest Lara Croft film is an origins story that shares tract elements with a Tomb Raider diversion expelled in 2013.
Other scenes uncover Vikander with a crawl and arrow, leaping over watercourse and regulating a blade to deflect off an assailant.
British actors Dominic West, Nick Frost and Kristin Scott Thomas are also glimpsed in a two-minute promo.
The Tomb Raider print is suggestive of other scandalous print “fails” such as a one for a 1983 James Bond film Octopussy, in that a late Roger Moore – and his heading lady Maud Adams – were given unfeasibly prolonged legs.
Julia Roberts’ conduct was infamously superimposed on a support of a physique double on a print for 1990’s Pretty Woman.
The makers of The Heat, meanwhile, held some themselves for giving Melissa McCarthy a slimmer-looking face on a 2013 comedy’s UK poster.
Vikander won an Oscar for her purpose in 2015’s The Danish Girl and was seen final year conflicting Matt Damon in his fourth Jason Bourne film.