Copyright 2001

[ June 8th 2001 ]

According to industry sources closely monitoring the pulse of Paramount Pictures upcoming summer blockbuster, word has rumoured to have beaded it's way down Paramount Mountain that film critics have allegedly been forbidden to review their Tomb Raider motion picture before it's premiere June 15th. Up against the likes of Pearl Harbour and The Mummy Returns in it's bid to reach the Paramount summit, these unconfirmed rumours suggest that the studio suits are already running scared from the press, amid a flurry of suggestions that production staff have been burning the midnight oil in a frantic attempt the ready the film in time for Mondays press event.

Either way, Paramount Pictures have remained true to their word by announcing their most ambitious advertising campaign to date, magnetising the likes of Ericcson, Pepsi, Taco Bell and Land Rover who have joined forces to associate their brands with Core Designs phenomenally successful Tomb Raider video game series. Born into wealth and groomed at the most elite schools, Angelina Jolie stars as intrepid British aristocrat Lara Croft, travelling the globe to dangerous and mysterious locales in search of rare, lost crypts and long-forgotten empires. Tomb Raider the movie premieres across the U.S. June 15th, coming to European shores July 6th.

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