Copyright 2001

[ August 25th 2001 ]

Paramount Pictures have confirmed its summer block-buster Lara Croft: Tomb Raider will be ported to DVD and released November 13th 2001 as part of a special edition multi-disk presentation. Additional DVD features include a Directors commentary, behind the scenes footage, cast and crew interviews, a twenty five minute "Diggin" segment which will sport an alternative title sequence, footage from each episode of Core Designs Tomb Raider video-game, interviews with the team that designed Tomb Raider, a collection of official trailers, four previously deleted scenes and the Oscar nominated Elevation music video performed by Irish rock group U2. The movie will also makes its VHS debut the same day.

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider has generated more than $230 million since its inception June 15th thanks largely to a huge Tomb Raider fan base and a series of strategic advertising alliances with major brand names including Land Rover, Pepsi, Taco Bell and Ericsson. Oscar-winner Angelina Jolie assumes the role of Core Designs intrepid British archaeologist Lara Croft in search of the Clock Of Ages - an ancient time traveling device capable of halting time.

The Simon West helmed movie was filmed on location in Iceland and Cambodia before migrating to London U.K where a production team transformed Europe's biggest sound stage - housed within the Pinewood Studios complex - into the eerie Tomb Of The Dancing Light and stately home of Lord and Lady Croft, Croft Manor. The Special Edition DVD disk is expected to ship supporting all regions and be priced around 20 - 30 uk pounds.

Copyright (c) 2000 - 2023 is not owned or operated by CDE Entertainment Ltd.
Lara Croft and Tomb Raider are trademarks of CDE Entertainment Ltd.
Materials in this web site are trademarked and copyrighted properties of their respective owners.