1646. Tomb Raider Chronicles - GIRLS REQUIRED FOR ANGEL OF DARKNESS
Tomb Raider creators Core Design are looking to expand their predominately male workforce by encouraging female gamers to apply to help the firm iron out creases in the latest Lara Croft Tomb Raider adventure The Angel Of Darkness and future projects.
Last Updated: Oct 8, 2002
1647. Tomb Raider Chronicles - EIDOS ANNOUNCES TOMB RAIDER DOUBLE
Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, announces the bundled release of Tomb Raider III: Adventures Of Lara Croft and The Last Revelation exclusively for the Sony Playstation games console. The double-pack will be available mid-October 2002.
Last Updated: Oct 4, 2002
1648. Tomb Raider Chronicles - DOWNLOAD JILL DE JONG PLAY INTERVIEW
Newly appointed Lara Croft model Jill de Jong talks exclusively to entertainment portal Play Magazine on life as Core Design's video-game heroine. Footage includes Jill's orchestral debut in London conduction the London Symphony Orchestra as they record tracks for the upcoming Tomb Raider adventure The Angel of Darkness.
Last Updated: Oct 3, 2002
1649. Tomb Raider Chronicles - 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
1650. Tomb Raider Chronicles - SEQUEL SHOOTING CONCLUDES IN WALES
Angelina Jolie and her entourage have concluded shooting scenes for The Cradle Of Life: Tomb Raider 2 in six locations in and around Snowdonia, a region of North Wales, a spokesman for the production confirmed to the Daily Post today. Welsh Culture Minister Jenny Randerson thanked the 27-year-old Oscar-winner for her visit and promised further assembly backing for the film industry. Film productions like this not only benefit the local economy, but also have longer term benefits that derive from Wales being seen on cinema and television screens all over the world, Mrs Randerson said.
Last Updated: Sep 26, 2002