If you're one of those people that leaves action movies and immediately Googles archery classes, then you're going to love movie-themed escape rooms.
Timed, puzzle-based experiences or 'escape rooms' have grown in popularity over the last few years and now, along with VR, are being used effectively as interactive film marketing.
Escape Hotel Hollywood, the largest escape room venue in the world, is playing host to 'Tomb Raider - the Escape Room Experience in which guests can walk in the shoes -- or boots-- of an action adventurer.
Groups of 6-8 hunt for clues inside the Croft Manor crypt, breach Richard Croft's office, and brave turbulent seas to unlock secret maps and journals that lead to a treacherous island adventure.
This 30-minute experience is free for attendees and offers a keepsake passport, and photo op with Lara's signature bow and arrow.
'Tomb Raider' hits theaters next Friday, March 16th, but the escape room only runs through this weekend in Los Angeles.
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