1646. Tomb Raider Chronicles - FRAMESTORE SCOOPS EMMY AWARDS
UK visual effects studio Framestore CFC's success at the 54th Annual Emmy awards proved this weekend that the UK special effects industry continues to lead the world. Framestore CFC created more than 1,800 digital effects for 'Dinotopia' which won the Emmy for 'Outstanding Special Visual Effects'. The six hour mini-series shown on Sky in the UK was three years in the making for the US producers Hallmark and ABC Television.
Last Updated: Sep 24, 2002
1647. Tomb Raider Chronicles - LARA CROFT STAR TO PORTRAY FBI AGENT
Hollywood superstars Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke will star in Warner Bros Taking Lives motion picture based on the book by British author Michael Pye. The film tells the tale of a female FBI agent who enrolls a deranged psycho-killer to solve a horrific murder. Taking Lives is helmed by Four Weddings and a Funeral director Mike Newell and begins shooting in November.
Last Updated: Sep 23, 2002
1648. Tomb Raider Chronicles - FORMER LARA MODEL SUPPORTING CANCER
Former Lara Croft model Nell McAndrew is donating a blue and white striped bra for a charity auction to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Celebrity Survivor competitor joins pop temptress Kylie Minogue and soap diva Martine McCutcheon in donating their supporting undergarments for the October 8th Auction.
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2002
1649. Tomb Raider Chronicles - SEQUEL STUNTMAN'S GREECE REVELATION
South African Jet-ski star Jeremy Phillips has revealed amusing details on stunt sequences shot while in Greece speeding across the clear-blue Mediterranean Sea as Angelina Jolie's body double in Par's Lara Croft & The Cradle Of Life, All Africa reports today. The 30-year-old world champion joined Jan de Bont and his production crew on the sun-drenched Aegean Sea island of Santorini in August for a grueling shooting schedule at the northern-most point of the island in the small costal town of Ia.
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2002
1650. Tomb Raider Chronicles - ACCIDENT DELAYS TOMB RAIDER SHOOTING
Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie has interrupted shooting scenes for the Tomb Raider sequel following an accident involving her 13-month-old adopted son Maddox. The baby was flown to Liverpool's Alder Hay Children's Hospital on Tuesday where he received treatment for three days. A hospital spokeswoman confirmed that the baby-boy was discharged on Friday although refused to disclose details of the injury. A statement later released said: Ms Jolie would like to extend her sincere thanks to all the staff at Alder Hey hospital for their care in looking after her son.
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2002