2226. Tomb Raider Chronicles - A CLOSER LOOK AT ANGELINA JOLIE
Born on June 04, 1975 in Los Angeles, CA, model turned actress Angelina Jolie has seen herself projected across the many theatre screens around the world. Enrolled at Lee Strasberg Theater Institute at the age of eleven and attending the New York University where she studied film, Jolie made her stage debut as a German dominatrix in Room Service even though as a child she wanted to become a funeral director.
Last Updated: Oct 3, 2000
2227. Tomb Raider Chronicles - ANGELINA JOLIE GETS STUNT BOTTOM
According to a report by the Internet Movie Data Base, 25-year-old Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie has employed a stunt double, named as former page three girl Lisa Bangert, as a bottom double for her character Lara Croft. Cellulite has been mentioned. I don't think she is very keen to discuss it, though. said one on set technician who preferred to remain anonymous.
Last Updated: Oct 2, 2000
2228. Tomb Raider Chronicles - LIFE AFTER LARA FOR LARA WELLER
Former 1999 Lara Croft model Lara Weller, during a recent online interview, has spoken of her time as the Eidos Interactive action heroine, travelling the world in a tight leather outfit and being paid for it. 25 year old Lara Weller started her modelling career in Holland after being stopped by a photographer, and travelled to London where she starred on the catwalk before moving to glossy magazines.
Last Updated: Oct 1, 2000
2229. Tomb Raider Chronicles - ANGELINA JOLIE SNAPPED ON SET AGAIN
Angelina Jolie, the actress cast to play Eidos Interactives adventurer Lara Croft has once again been snapped on set following top secret, stealth missions into the Pinewood Studios set in London England. Shooting on the Simon West movie began late July, and since it's inception into the pages of every online movie magazine, a steady contingent of actors and actresses have been cast to play alongside Angelina in Tomb Raider The Movie.
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2000
2230. Tomb Raider Chronicles - JOLIE GOOD SHOW AT CORE DESIGN
While the marriage of Eidos Interactive and the movie release of Tomb Raider could see as much as $200m in advertising benefit the release of Chronicles and the future release of the series, PC Gamer asked Core boss Adrian Smith his companies angle on the movie. It's got quite a SciFi edge, he says, enthusiastic about what he's seen on set so far. The sets look awesome, and they've been pursuing the love interest like a dog with a bone.
Last Updated: Sep 18, 2000