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U2 CONFIRM TOMB RAIDER SOUNDTRACK
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[ April 11th 2001 ]

Irish rock group U2 have confirmed their upcoming single Elevation will appear on the Tomb Raider movie soundtrack, joining a host of artists for a part in this summers most anticipated action adventure movie. Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie will feature in Elevation, sent to save band member The Edge from his evil mirrored counterpart. The band now look set to join rumoured artists Moby, the Chemical Brothers and Basement Jaxx on Elektra's upcoming movie soundtrack which is scheduled for release May 29th.

While most of the band members have completed filming their portions of the music video, Angelina Jolie, fresh from sporting hot pants and pistols as British aristocrat Lara Croft, will fly to Seattle later this week to film her scenes. Tomb Raider the movie will debut across the U.S. June 15th amid the fiercest and most flamboyant promotional campaign launched by studio Paramount Pictures to date, enlisting the help of Land Rover, Pepsi and mobile phone giant Ericcson to promote their 120m adventure movie. Director Simon West, along with Oscar winner Angelina Jolie assuming the role of Lara Croft, will helm two further sequels spanning a rumoured period of five years, expanding the phenomenally successful Tomb Raider franchise to the silver screen.

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