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TRAILER REVIEW FOR THE CRADLE OF LIFE

Online movie rumour mill Aint It Cool News scores this report on an upcoming trailer for Par's Tomb Raider sequel The Cradle Of Life starring Oscar winner Angelina Jolie and Red Dwarf star Chris Barrie. The Jan de Bont helmed production is concluding at Pinewood Studios before post production wields scissor and tape to ready the film for it's July 25th silver screen debut. Details as follows:

Last Updated: Mar 4, 2003

THE CRADLE OF LIFE WRITER TO PEN MI-3

Dean Georgaris, who wrote Paramount Pictures' upcoming sequel Lara Croft & The Cradle of Life: Tomb Raider 2, is in negotiations to pen the third installment of Mission Impossible - M:I-3 - actioned by Cruise/Wagner Productions. Original screenwriter Robert Towne remains on board. Motion pic is penned to debut summer 2004 and is distributed by Paramount Pictures.

Last Updated: Feb 27, 2003

EIDOS ANNOUNCES INSANE CLOWN PARTNER

Eidos Interactive, a leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, today announced its exciting partnership with multi-platinum recording artists the Insane Clown Posse (ICP), Psychopathic Records and the Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This At Home video games for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system and Xbox game system from Microsoft. The games are scheduled for release this summer.

Last Updated: Feb 25, 2003

EIDOS RELEASES NEW PRAETORIANS DEMO

Here's your chance to play the stunning new game from Spanish based Pyro Studios the developers of the best selling, award winning Commandos series. This demo contains a four player map playable over LAN/Internet and Skirmish mode against up to three CPU opponents. Click HERE to download the 48Mb demo.

Last Updated: Feb 21, 2003

TOP COW ANNOUNCES LARA MAY COMICS

Top Cow has announced upcoming paperback adventures starring fearless aristocrat Lara Croft and a host of evil adversaries all bent of toppling Lara from her heroine pedestal.

Last Updated: Feb 21, 2003

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