NEWS & HEADLINES (All)
|First "Tintin" Set Photo|
April 17th, 2009
Empire was invited to the set of "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn," where the magazine was able to take a photo of all the motion-capture action.
|Steven Spielberg's Sweet "Tintin" Deal|
March 7th, 2009
This week, Steven Spielberg will wrap 32 days of performance-capture lensing on "Tintin," then hand the project to producer Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings), who will focus on the film's special effects for the next 18 months.
|John Williams to Score "Tintin"|
February 20th, 2009
Veteran composer John William's agent has confirmed that Williams will provide the score for "The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn," which Steven Spielberg will direct.
|Daniel Craig and Jamie Bell Join "Tintin"|
January 27th, 2009
Steven Spielberg has set his cast for "The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn," the first installment in the 3-D motion-capture trilogy that Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment are co-financing.
|Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in "Tintin"|
September 23rd, 2008
TimesOnline had the chance to speak to Simon Pegg (Hot Fuzz), who revealed that after so many years of watching Steven Spielberg's films, he could now have the opportunity to be in one.
|Thomas Sangster Cast as Tintin?|
March 22nd, 2008
DailyMail is reporting that 17 year old Thomas Sangster (Nanny McPhee) is about to sign up to play comic book hero Tintin in a trilogy of films to be directed by Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson.
|Steven Spielberg Helms First "Tintin" Film|
March 14th, 2008
Andy Serkis spoke to IndieLondon about his recently released "The Cottage" film, confirming that he will once again be re-teaming with director Peter Jackson after working together on "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy and "King Kong.
|"Tintin" Coming to the Big Screen|
March 9th, 2007
DreamWorks will film the adventures of the iconic Belgian comic-strip hero Tintin, announced Herge Studios, which holds the rights to the fictional journalist and adventurer.