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BIG BOOST FOR MOVIE MERCHANDISE

Paramount Pictures recently enrolled the help of Ericsson, Pepsi and Land Rover who associated the Lara Croft brand to help sell their products and promote the Tomb Raider motion picture. Internet Wire today focuses on the ramifications such ties has on the commercial market:

Last Updated: Jun 25, 2001

LIP SERVICE FOR ANGELINA JOLIE

Reaction to Paramount Pictures Lara Croft: Tomb Raider motion picture has been largely mixed, but one aspect of Core Designs human interfacing Lara Croft star Angelina Jolie that has captured the public imagination is her pursing lips. Here's what some media carriers have said to date:

Last Updated: Jun 22, 2001

TOMB RAIDER PLUGS MEDIA INTO GAME WORLD

Mainstream media have primarily focused on Paramount Pictures Lara Croft Tomb Raider motion picture to deliver the concept of Lara Croft and her globe trotting adventures to a public very much unaware of it's video-game ancestry. Robert Philpot investigates the video game - motion picture relationship and discovers that box-office receipts weighed against video-game sales figures are remarkably similar:

Last Updated: Jun 20, 2001

WEST AND JOLIE TALK MOVIE SEQUEL

Paramount Pictures Lara Croft: Tomb Raider motion picture released across the United States last Friday raking in $48.2 million on it's opening weekend, and movie Director Simon West has reportedly already spoken to Oscar winning Lara Croft star Angelina Jolie on a series of Tomb Raider sequels:

Last Updated: Jun 19, 2001

EIDOS WINS INITIATIVE APPROVAL

Eidos Interactive PLC, the UK games company which publishes Core Designs Tomb Raider video-game series, lost thirteen per cent off its share price yesterday after the company won approval on a new discount initiative aimed at raising 51.7m Eidos will sell one new share at 155 pence for every three shares held by existing shareholders to raise funds for the development of new video games.

Last Updated: Jun 18, 2001

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