Having unveiled the official poster for the latest Tomb Raider movie, it appears Warner Bros. has seen fit to turn Lara Croft into a giraffe. Not exactly, but fans of the franchise were quick to notice that the protagonist, played by Alicia Vikander, has an unusually elongated neck. See for yourself:

Quite why the studio deemed such image doctoring necessary is anybody's guess, but in a way, we're glad they did. Why? Because memes, of course. After the image was posted last night, Twitter users were quick to come up with some Photoshops of their own. Find the best ones below.

Look out for the first trailer appearing on the site later today, and check out the official teaser below.

Now read what the critics are saying about Darren Aronofsky's mother!

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