Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are teaming to direct and produce three back-to-back features based on Georges Remi's beloved Belgian comic-strip hero Tintin for DreamWorks. Pics will be produced in full digital 3-D using performance capture technology.
The two filmmakers will each direct at least one of the movies; studio wouldn't say which director would helm the third. Kathleen Kennedy joins Spielberg and Jackson as a producer on the three films, which might be released through DreamWorks Animation.
Me too. Tintin, as cool as the original stories are, has always failed whenever someone has tried to update, adapt, or modernize him. And "boy adventurer and his dog" is not a genre that seems like it would resonate with modern audiences.
Still, it's Spielberg and Jackson, so I know better than to count them out.
"The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now do you begin to understand me?"
Totally agree with Jeb here. I was a fan of the show at first, but it kept getting more and more absurd, and the focus on Goran bothers me when great actors like Courtney B. Vance and Jamey Sheridan are relegated to the (far) background.