Tomb Raider II: The Cradle of Life, begins with an underwater sequence featuring Lara Croft (Angelina Jolie) and two of her assistants riding Diver Propulsion Vehicles (DPVs) in the sea.
As the DPVs were proving difficult to navigate underwater a solution was derived to shoot dry for wet on a sound stage. VFX supervisor Steve Begg approached Double Negative and asked them to make the set "more wet". This involved adding: bubbles from SCUBA units, cavitation from DPV propellers, fish, a tiger shark, particulate, wafting seaweed on the sea bed, a kelp forest.
Double Negative also created a CG shark for a scene with Lara, as working with a real shark would be too dangerous and difficult; and provided the opening title sequence, which was designed by Jan de Bont.