Tintin

Tintin The Adventures of Tintin (Les Aventures de Tintin) is a series of classic comic books created by Belgian artist Georges Remi. The series is one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century, with translations published in more than 50 languages and more than 200 million copies of the books sold to date. Set during the 20th century, the hero of the series is Tintin, a young Belgian reporter. He is aided in his adventures by his faithful fox terrier dog Snowy. The property has been seen across all media, including several movies the most recent of which The Adventures of Tintin (2011) – Steven Spielberg directed a motion capture 3D film based on three stories published in the 1940s, The Crab with the Golden Claws (1941), The Secret of the Unicorn (1943), and Red Rackham's Treasure (1944). Peter Jackson's company Weta Digital provided the animation and special effects. Jackson and Spielberg will co-direct the second movie of the trilogy, an adaptation of The Seven Crystal Balls (1948) and Prisoners of the Sun (1949).
While he wont be directing The Adventures of Tintin sequel, Steven Spielberg will still be heavily involved. While chatting about a number of his project, Spielberg said that they have completed the script, and are expecting to shoot the movie later this year.
2015 is shaping up to be a busy year for CBMs. The Avengers, The Fantastic Four, and possibly the Justice League are all looking at 2015 release dates, and now Peter Jackson says he hopes to add The Adventures of Tintin sequel to that list.
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The Adventures of Tintin will be made available for home release on blu-ray and DVD in the United states on March 13th with multiple special features. Click here for the details.
The director of the first Adventures Of Tintin film updates on the upcoming sequel to Secrets Of The Unicorn, which will be directed by Peter Jackson.
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Steven Spielberg is doing his press rounds for his new movie War Horse where he talked about the sequel to The Adventures of Tintin and says he wont be directing Jurassic Park 4.
The special effects gurus over at WETA have taken it upon them selves to recreate a couple of covers to The Adventures of Tintin books, as well as a famous scene from Explorers On The Moon
The Herald Sun got a Q&A with Peter Jackson in which he discussed a little bit about The Hobbit and how is it like using motion-capture, the possible sequels for Tintin and more.
Take a look at another featurette, courtesy of Apple Trailers, from The Adventures of Tintin this time putting the spotlight on Captain Haddock, and legendary motion caption actor Andy Serkis who portrays him.
While out for a while in most other countries The Adventures of Tintin just opened in the US this past week, and thanks to Fandango we have behind the scenes look from the movie titled Meet Tintin.
Though The Adventures of Tintin only released in the US this Wednesday, the first details on the UK Blu-Ray editions of the film have surfaced. Hit the jump to see when you UK CBM members can pick up the film on store shelves...
It's already been nearly 40 years since Hergé's comic book hero Tintin has been seen on a screen of any size, so Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin has revived a much loved character at just the right time to introduce him to new audiences.
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With rumors going around that a fourth Jurassic Park movie is in the works, producer Kathleen Kennedy confirms that they are talking about it, as well as saying that a Tintin sequel will definitely happen. Check it out...
While the movie is yet to be released in the United States, make the jump to check out my spoiler-free take on Steven Spielberg's adaptation of the classic comic book series created by Hergé, The Adventures of Tintin...
Check out this TV spot for the upcoming motion capture 3D movie from Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn.
Yesterday writer Anthony Horowitz dropped in on BBC Radio 5Live to chat about his new Sherlock Holmes novel; but the conversation soon moved towards Bond and his experience working with Steven Speilberg on The Adventures of Tintin. Hit the jump to hear the interview.
It was previously reported that a sequel for The Adventures of Tintin was already in the works with the story for the film being Prisoners of The Sun. The films writer Anthony Horowitz has denied this possibility.
Making an opening day record in France, Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson's motion capture film The Adventures of Tintin continued doing great over the weekend in Europe, with $55.8M from 19 markets...
Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson's motion capture film The Adventures of Tintin had a big opening day in couple of European countries, including France, where it apparently grossed more than Spider-Man and Lord of the Rings...
Video review of the Steven Spielberg action-adventure which brings Herge's hugely popular character to life in computer-generated 3D.
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn will open in select countries this weekend and wont premiere in the US until December, but according to Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg they are already to go on the sequel after Jackson finishes The Hobbit.
Check out some new pieces of concept art for Steven Spielberg's upcoming motion capture 3D movie The Adventures Of Tintin, featuring Tintin, Snowy, and more!