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ANGELINA JOLIE LIVE ON MSN CHAT

Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie will be hedging the public vote this evening on MSN Chat when she talks live about her role as Core Designs intrepid adventurer Lara Croft. The event begins 11pm EST, 8pm PST and 3am GMT on Microsofts Chat Network.

Last Updated: Jun 21, 2001

ASPYR MEDIA ANNOUNCE MAC RELEASE

Aspyr Media have officially announced the release of Tomb Raider Chronicles for the Macintosh platform which will ship with Core Designs level editor, Mac Central reports today:

Last Updated: Jun 19, 2001

EIDOS WINS INITIATIVE APPROVAL

Eidos Interactive PLC, the UK games company which publishes Core Designs Tomb Raider video-game series, lost thirteen per cent off its share price yesterday after the company won approval on a new discount initiative aimed at raising 51.7m Eidos will sell one new share at 155 pence for every three shares held by existing shareholders to raise funds for the development of new video games.

Last Updated: Jun 18, 2001

TOMB RAIDER BOX OFFICE SMASH

Paramount Pictures $100m Lara Croft: Tomb Raider motion picture is expected to be this weekends number-one U.S. movie after generating $17m in ticket sales on its first day in American cinemas, and accumulating a record $48m in revenue during the weekend.

Last Updated: Jun 16, 2001

TOMB RAIDER CLAIMS BOX OFFICE RECORD

Oscar winner Angelina Jolie discharged Walt Disney Pictures Atlantis: The Lost Empire and Steven Spielberg's Shriek by propelling Lara Croft: Tomb Raider to number-one best selling movie of weekend June 15-17. Paramount Pictures $100m motion picture hauled in $48.2m in box office revenue, a record for a female star-driven vehicle according to Rob Friedman, vice-chairman of Viacom Inc. Although early reviews of the movie proved negative, that didn't deter cinema-goers across the United States, whose makeup consisted of a 55 per-cent male majority, according to polling data collected by Paramount.

Last Updated: Jun 16, 2001

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