1501. Tomb Raider Chronicles - HAS A BRITISH SCIENTIST FOUND NEFERTITI
While Lara Croft blasts her way through movie theaters, television has its own real-life version of Tomb Raider on the Discovery Channel. Airing tonight at 9, Nefertiti Resurrected tracks an expedition led by University of York scientist Joann Fletcher, a British expert on mummies, into a tomb containing human remains that, she suspects, are those of Nefertiti, the legendary Egyptian queen who died more than 3,000 years ago. If she is correct, she will be credited with the most staggering archaeological find since the discovery of King Tutankhamen.
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2003
1502. Tomb Raider Chronicles - SEQUEL DIALOGUE LITTERED WITH CLICHES
The newest float in the summer sequel parade belongs to Lara Croft, the swashbuckling archaeologist and British aristocrat who rose to digital stardom as the protagonist of a pioneering video game. Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life emerges as just one more formulaic action film as the title character bounces around the globe in a deadly treasure hunt. The object of her search is nothing less than the original Pandora's Box, which is revealed to be some sort of intergalactic surprise package that was once the source of all life on earth but now contains the very essence of death and evil.
Last Updated: Aug 14, 2003
1503. Tomb Raider Chronicles - JOLIE GOOD FRIEND PROCLAIMS LIVERPOOL
She may be one of Hollywood's biggest celebrities, but Angelina Jolie has left a huge impression on Merseyside. Not only is her best friend and film stuntwoman a Scouser - Eunice Huthart - but Angelina also has ties with Alder Hey children's hospital. She donated £50,000 to the hospital after her adopted Cambodian son Maddox was treated there. Then 13 months old, Maddox was taken to Alder Hey with burns after an incident with a kettle.
Last Updated: Aug 14, 2003
1504. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER STAR FINDS TREASURE IN GERMANY
In the film Tomb Raider Angelina Jolie plays a daredevil archaeologist who travels the world in search of precious relics. And it seemed like a case of life imitating art in Munich on Wednesday, as the actress finally got her hands on a special memento that has been eluding her for months. Because when Angelina arrived in Germany to present her new Lara Croft film The Cradle Of Life, she was presented with the World Video Award 2003, which she was supposed to collect in January.
Last Updated: Aug 13, 2003
1505. Tomb Raider Chronicles - KORN ALBUM ATTACKED BY MUSIC FANS
Fans attacked Korn's last album, 2002's Untouchables, for being too slickly produced, and it wound up being the band's lowest-selling album to date. Korn seems to have taken those opinions into consideration when writing its sixth album, due this fall. Did My Time is featured in the movie Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life -- but it doesn't appear on the soundtrack. The song opens with a raw guitar riff before switching to the heavy, bass-driven sound that has spawned many an imitator since Korn's debut nine years ago.
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2003