1281. Tomb Raider Chronicles - ANGELINA JOLIE TAPS BEST ACTION STAR
Bee-stung lipped beauty Angelina Jolie has scored at The People's Choice Awards by picking up a gong for Best Female Action Movie Star for her role as video-game archeologist Lara Croft in Paramount Pictures' Lara Croft Tomb Raider and Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life, Yahoo! reports.
Last Updated: Jan 11, 2005
1282. Tomb Raider Chronicles - JOLIE'S WEATHER BELL COLLIDES WITH JEN
HMS HOLLYWOOD, the super-sized love boat owned by Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, has officially floundered following rumours of a collision with an Angelina Jolie weather-bell. This week's announced break up comes amid rumours that the marriage was already falling apart over Aniston's decision to put off having children.
Last Updated: Jan 10, 2005
1283. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER 7 IN 2005! NO.. REALLY!
Eidos has confirmed to the fine folk of South Africa what the rest of the world has known about for two years.. Tomb Raider 7 in 2005! You can count on seeing a new Lara Croft title in 2005, reveals Eidos' Theodossios Theodoridis to Independent Online, the country's leading newspaper earlier today.
Last Updated: Jan 9, 2005
1284. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER HEADS TO HD DVD CATALOG
Paramount Home Entertainment, a division of Viacom Inc. announced today at the CES HD DVD press conference that more than 20 titles from the studio's renowned library - including such new releases as The Manchurian Candidate, starring Denzel Washington and 2005 Golden Globe nominee Meryl Streep, and the upcoming Cameron Crowe film Elizabethtown, are planned for release on the next-generation HD DVD format beginning in Q4 2005. Other Paramount titles to be released on HD DVD include such hits as the Tom Hanks' Academy Award winning blockbuster Forrest Gump and Lara Croft Tomb Raider, directed by Simon West.
Last Updated: Jan 7, 2005
1285. Tomb Raider Chronicles - PRELUDE TO TOMB RAIDER 7 IN OPM
Keep Media sends us word on an upcoming issue of Official Playstation Magazine to feature ardent adventurer Lara Croft. It was 1996 when a little development house out of the U.K finished work on a lush new adventure game featuring a brunette archeologist named Lara Croft. It was a defining moment for me as I watched her strut seductively across my screen and into the sex symbol status that would turn the gaming world on its head. Fast-forward eight years through the evolution of next-gen hardware, multimillion-dollar budgets, and massive acceptance of games in pop culture.
Last Updated: Jan 1, 2005