TOMB RAIDER CHALLENGES
FOR MTV SUPREMACY
Copyright 2001 www.tombraiderchronicles.com
[ July 22nd 2001 ]
Croft Tomb Raider is set to leave an indelible
mark at this years MTV music awards ceremony as
Irish rock group U2 and Missy Elliot go head to
head for the coveted music award.
Elevation music video depicts a battle of the
bands as Bono helms a rescue attempt to capture
fellow band member the Edge from his evil twin
counterpart, have been nominated for "Best Group
Video", "Best Video from a Movie", "Best Special
Effects Video" and "Best Editing of a Music Video."
Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliot's baseline track "Get
Ur Freak On" leaps into the awards challenge with
nominations for "Best Video of the Year", "Best
Female Video", "Best Hip Hop Video", "Best Editing
Video" and "Best Cinematography in a Video."
Tomb Raider soundtrack, sporting the industries
top recording artists, has stormed the album charts
across the world and supports Paramount Pictures
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider motion picture which has
collected over $200m in ticket sales revenue since
its silver screen inception June 15th. Oscar-winner
Angelina Jolie teams up with real life father
Jon Voight sent on an incredible quest for the
Clock Of Ages, a powerful ancient time-traveling
device which has the capacity of mass destruction.
Although panned by critics across the globe, an
aggressive marketing campaign has ensured that
Tomb Raider peaks the financial Paramount Summit
for 2001 and looks set to challenge this years
top earning block busters.