Angelina Jolie enjoys that her role Lara Croft killed off in the 2003 sequel, 'Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life' because she liked the way she sounded when she died.
She said: "I only eventually [played the role] because it's about a very strong woman. It was exposing, but in a way where I thought, 'I really like what she represents as a woman', and so if I'm exposed in that way it's okay.
"When I agreed to play her, I didn't realise how much of an icon she was. There are magazines on where she went to school, and the music she liked... it's very bizarre!"