Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro Goldwyn Mayer Challenge You to Face the Puzzles and Perils of TOMB RAIDER: ESCAPE
WARNER BROS. PICTURES AND
METRO GOLDWYN MAYER PICTURES
CHALLENGE YOU TO FACE THE PUZZLES AND PERILS OF
TOMB RAIDER IN THE WORLD’S FIRST ESCAPE ROOM USING FILM SETS
Media and celebrity previews from 5th March
Experience open to public from 9th March
Apply for tickets from 21st February
Roar Uthaug, director of Tomb Raider, announces Tomb Raider Escape Room experience
To celebrate the March 15th release of the action-adventure epic TOMB RAIDER, Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures invite you to TOMB RAIDER: ESCAPE – a fantastic journey into the unknown that will push your limits and transport you into the film’s incredible world. You’ll discover your inner-Lara Croft and uncover the mysterious Tomb of the Mother of Death.
The 30-minute, multi-room experience and its immersive environments are inspired by the film and feature key props and elements on loan from the production. TOMB RAIDER: ESCAPE has been created in consultation with the TOMB RAIDER filmmakers, including production designer Gary Freeman (Maleficent).
The Escape Room’s location is being kept under wraps, for now, but organisers have revealed that it is an arrow’s shot away from some of the film’s locations, including Brick Lane and the Nomadic Gardens, which bring to life Lara’s origins as an East London bike courier before her adventures begin.
Spanning over three floors and 1,500 square feet, the Escape Room combines ancient puzzles and the latest technology with physical obstacles, immersive theatre, and cutting-edge sound, lighting and special effects – culminating in an explosive, adrenaline-pumping and unforgettable finale.
TOMB RAIDER: ESCAPE will open its grand doors to the public for a limited time beginning 9th March. Please visit Warner Bros. to secure your reservation.
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TOMB RAIDER lands at UK screens on March 15. See it early in 3D on March 14.