Copyright 2002

[ September 18th 2002 ]

Digital wizards Cinesite have been awarded 300 or more special effects shots for Paramount Pictures Tomb Raider movie sequel that began shooting at Pinewood Studios in August with Angelina Jolie returning at British archaeologist Lara Croft, Variety Magazine reports today. Cinesite's London-based European headquarters will toil their digital trickery primarily on 3-D animated stunt-supported sequences. The Mill will also weave their magic on the Jan de Bont helmed pic following extensive CGI work on Par's original Tomb Raider movie.

Kodak-backed Cinesite's impressive motion picture resume includes Mission to Mars, Inspector Gadget and Armageddon with current projects including Warner Bros.' Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and MGM's Die Another Day - the next installment in the James Bond franchise.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life chronicles the adventures of British aristocrat Lara croft sent on a perilous mission to rescue the world from the exploits of an evil Chinese crime syndicate led by oriental crime lord Chen Lo. The movie opens with an explosive underwater action scene involving a desperate struggle for a sacred ancient spear guarded by Chen Lo's evil henchmen and a mission to overthrow new villain Reiss from deploying an army of biological drones to wreak havoc on the world.

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