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TALENT AGENCY FORMS VIDEO GAMES UNIT

In another sign of the $9 billion video game industry's growing importance in Hollywood, top talent agency International Creative Management has formed a new division to adapt video games into movie and TV shows. The group will be headed by game veteran Keith Boesky who once served as president of Eidos Interactive Inc., the company behind the popular Lara Croft video games.

Last Updated: Nov 1, 2002

TEMPERS IGNITE ON TOMB RAIDER SEQUEL

Tempers are flaring on the set of Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider sequel The Cradle Of Life according to reports in today press. Former Oscar-winner Angelina Jolie is feeling the wrath of helmer Jan de Bont because of the regimental way he directs a production many industry professionals are suggesting is make or break for the Speed 2 director. A source says He's pushing everybody hard, especially the crew, and Angelina feels sorry for them. The pair have a cold, professional relationship. There's no warmth or camaraderie between them.

Last Updated: Oct 28, 2002

ANGELINA JOLIE SMITTEN BY WEREWOLVES

Actress Angelina Jolie, whose love of the macabre has filled the tabloids, is set to howl at the moon in Bitten, a movie about a female werewolf. The project is based on a novel by Kelley Armstrong, which Warner Bros. optioned on the basis of a treatment by Alexander Stuart, who will also write the script.

Last Updated: Oct 14, 2002

ANGELINA JOLIE TOURS KENYAN REFUGEES

Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie leaned forward eagerly as a young Sudanese girl quietly recounted her tale of how she had fled war and hunger in her homeland and finally made her way to Kakuma refugee camp just over the border in north-western Kenya. She lost her entire family when she was only five years old and has been in this camp for more than 10 years. What do you say to someone who loses her whole family at such an age? asked Jolie, visibly moved as she heard this and many other stories from refugee girls who had flocked to welcome her on this visit on Sunday. The sprawling camp at Kakuma is home to some 80,000 people.

Last Updated: Oct 14, 2002

ANGELINA JOLIE BEGINS KENYAN SHOOTING

Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie and Co. has assembled in Kenya to continue shooting Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie sequel The Cradle of Life, All Africa reports today. A local film crew bundled into a mini-bus Tuesday morning and drove to Naivasha, situated one hour outside the capital Nairobi, to prep the area for the later arrival of Angelina Jolie - donning hot-pants and pistols for her second foray as British archeologist Lara Croft - and her supporting cast.

Last Updated: Oct 1, 2002

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