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TOMB RAIDER SEQUEL TO SHOOT IN WALES

Scenes for Paramount Pictures Lara Croft: Tomb Raider movie sequel will be filmed in the panoramic region of Snowdonia and locations in and around Gwynedd, North Wales following a refusal by Chinese authorities to shoot on the Great Wall of China, the BBC reports today. Special effects wizards Mill Film will toil their digital trickery using advanced computer generated imagery during post production to replicate the 2,000 year-old Chinese landmark.

Last Updated: Aug 27, 2002

MILL FILM TAPS MOONEY AS NEW MD

U.K. special effects house Mill Film named Karl Mooney as the company's managing director Aug. 27. He replaces Antony Hunt, MD of The Magic Camera Company, which was acquired by Mill Film in 1998.

Last Updated: Aug 25, 2002

TOMB RAIDER JOURNEYS ISSUE 8 THIS NOV

Top Cow, the official Tomb Raider comic-book publishers, has released details of upcoming adventures penned to make their commercial debuts this coming November.

Last Updated: Aug 24, 2002

LARA CROFT STAR ARRIVES IN SANTORINI

Angelina Jolie and her entourage touched down at Kamari airport on the sun-drenched Aegean Sea island of Santorini early yesterday morning to begin shooting scenes for Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie sequel. Jolie will begin a Jet Ski and scuba-diving training program before meeting with director Jan de Bont to finalise a series of underwater scenes. Her Lear jet landed in the early hours and a limo whisked both Jolie and son Maddox to the hotel Vedema at Megalohori. The Lara Croft star will negotiate with several stunt doubles while on the island.

Last Updated: Aug 23, 2002

A BLOCKBUSTER YEAR FOR ADVERTISERS

Much like the audiences of Hollywood films, the UK's cinema advertising industry is hoping for a happy ending to what has been so far an Oscar-winning performance. This year cinema is looking to reprise its role as the success story of the advertising community. Cinema advertising revenue for the period from January to May was Pounds 54 million, nearly 10 per cent up on the same period last year. The advertising market overall has shrunk by 4 per cent over the same period, according to the latest figures from Nielsen Media Research. Ahead of us lies a steady stream of bankable blockbusters -from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to the new Bond film, Die Another Day -guaranteed to put more bums on seats and keep the advertisers smiling.

Last Updated: Aug 23, 2002

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