2116. Tomb Raider Chronicles - Win a Tomb Raider movie poster
IGN are giving away full size Tomb Raider movie posters to 50 winners of a trivia competition all about Eidos Interactive's adventurer Lara Croft...
Last Updated: Mar 12, 2001
2117. Tomb Raider Chronicles - DIGITAL REALITY FOR LARA CROFT
Pepsi, the soft drinks manufacturer who joins Ericsson and Land Rover as sponsor of Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie, hosted a lavish corporate cocktail party in Las Vegas last night to celebrate the much-anticipated Eidos Interactive action movie. Movie producers and cinema contributors around the globe had swarmed to the bright transient lights of Las Vegas, collecting in a state of the art movie theatre to witness the major Hollywood Studios parade their next generation of digital film, a seamless, sharp and crackle-free projection which Spy Kids director Robert Rodriguez claimed looked the way it looked when I first shot it.
Last Updated: Mar 8, 2001
2118. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER MOVIE POSTER
Paramount Pictures have released the first official Tomb Raider movie poster from their upcoming action adventure movie starring Oscar winning actress Angelina Jolie cast as Eidos Interactives archaeologist heroine Lara Croft.
Last Updated: Mar 5, 2001
2119. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER COMIC MILESTONE
Top Cow, the comic book license holder of Eidos Interactives Tomb Raider series, will celebrate it's 500th comic book release this July with a commemorative stamp to be placed on one of four comic books due for publication that month, including Tomb Raider Issue #15.
Last Updated: Mar 4, 2001
2120. Tomb Raider Chronicles - EIDOS TRADING LOSSES WIDEN
Eidos Interactive, the company behind Lara Croft's Tomb Raider, said it remains cautious about it's trading outlook for 2001 after it lost 15% off it's share price today following a turbulent three months. Sony's manufacturing difficulties, and Microsoft's delay in rolling out it's much anticipated XBOX has dealt a cruel blow to Eidos, forcing the software house to reschedule many of it's planned 2001 software titles. Although the results were broadly in line with Eidos expectations, Eidos Chairman Ian Livingstone has pinned the continued growth of Eidos Interactive on the success of the next generation consoles from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo.
Last Updated: Feb 28, 2001