1786. Tomb Raider Chronicles - SHEPPERTON SAY STUDIO SPACE WILL WIN
James Bond is coming to town - or rather his studio is - with a generous push at the baccarat table from city hall. That would be Pinewood Shepperton, the folks who brought you Bond, Batman, Harry Potter and Lara Croft. They'll be operating the new 150-million, million-square-foot lakefront mega-studio which was announced yesterday at the Docks by Mayor Mel Lastman and assorted local burghers.
Last Updated: Feb 7, 2002
1787. Tomb Raider Chronicles - SIMON WEST TO PRODUCE MR MYSTERIOUS
Production shingle RAW Entertainment has paid low- against mid-six figures to pick up Brandon Bodie Beaver's spec script Mr. Mysterious, with Simon West's Wychwood Prods. attached to produce.
Last Updated: Feb 6, 2002
1788. Tomb Raider Chronicles - 20TH CENTURY FOX TAPS YOUNG VEEP
Twentieth Century Fox has tapped Paramount exec Alex Young VP of production. Young, who will report to production prexy Hutch Parker, has been serving in a similar capacity at Par. He has been involved in shepherding projects including Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and the upcoming Star Trek: Nemesis, The Core, The Sum of All Fears and Paycheck.
Last Updated: Feb 3, 2002
1789. Tomb Raider Chronicles - BLOCKBUSTER RELEASE WEEKLY CHARTS
Video and DVD rental giants Blockbuster Video has released the top ten most popular rentals week ending February 1 2002 with Warner Bros animated adventure Cats & Dogs snatching the top spot for the second week running. Steven Spielberg’s CGI-based adventure SHREK and Bridget Jones Diary falls in behind Cats & Dogs to take second and third place respectively.
Last Updated: Feb 1, 2002
1790. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER II QUEUED BEHIND BOND
Paramount Pictures eagerly awaited, critically-scoped Tomb Raider movie sequel will begin shooting at Pinewood Studios later this year after the Buckinghamshire-based studio's current occupants finish work on a series of high-octane special effects for the upcoming James Bond motion picture, Dark Horizon reports today.
Last Updated: Jan 31, 2002