Copyright 2001

[ September 28th 2001 ]

Paramount Pictures have gone some way to explain the absence of several scenes from Lara Croft: Tomb Raider which found their way into the movies promo's trailers but ultimately littered the cutting room floor collecting dust when the final release of the movie was prepped for distribution.

According to Paramount, motion picture trailers are segments of raw footage, technically called movie rushes, which are sown together and presented to their audience. The final version of a motion picture remains incomplete when the rushes are produced, thus explaining the absence of several scenes which appear in both the Superbowl and full-length movie rushes.

However, Tomb Raider fans need not fret since Director Simon West recently confirmed that Paramount Pictures DVD port which makes its commercial debut November 13th will sport over 14GB of special features including many scenes which never made the final cut.

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