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ANGELINA JOLIE IS LADY LARA

Reuters, the online information carrier, scores this report on the casting decisions presented to Tomb Raider director Simon West who helms the motion picture Paramount Pictures hopes will reach it's summit this summer:

Last Updated: Jun 13, 2001

E ONLINE! INTERVIEWS ANGELINA JOLIE

You might think Angelina Jolie was born to play curvaceous videogame siren Lara Croft, but the Oscar-winning actress wouldn't agree with you. Jolie says she didn't know anything about being sexy until she met her husband, Billy Bob Thornton. Now she feels like a natural woman, and then some. Jolie celebrated a birthday June 4, and so far, 26 is looking like a good year. She has two major films coming out this summer--Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Original Sin--and her marriage to Thornton just keeps getting better. Here, Jolie talks about blood bonding with Billy Bob, why she needed a little support to play Ms. Croft--and her astonishment at finally feeling settled in her life.

Last Updated: Jun 12, 2001

ANGELINA JOLIE LICKS HER WOUNDS

Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie, currently weaving her way through a gruelling week of media interviews to herald Friday's public premiere of the Paramount Pictures motion picture, speaks to TV Online about working with father Jon Voight, padded bliss and the injuries sustained while on set:

Last Updated: Jun 12, 2001

ROLLING STONE OFFERS MOVIE MERCHANISE

Music magazine Rolling Stone joins Pepsi, Taco Bell and Ericsson by offering it's own Tomb Raider movie competition featuring a selection of movie related merchandise. Details below:

Last Updated: Jun 12, 2001

GLEN SPITTING TACKS OVER MOVIE DOLL

Iain Glen, the actor cast as Lara Croft's evil adversary in Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider motion picture, is reportedly spitting tacks because the character he portrays will not be immortalised as a plastic toy, People News reports today.

Last Updated: Jun 12, 2001

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