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Steven Spielberg talks Tintin 2
Total Film recently caught up with Steven Spielberg, and we got him to spill the beans on the upcoming Tintin sequel.Spielberg directed the first instalment of the performance-capture/animated take on Hergé’s spirited comic book series, with Peter Jackson serving as producer. The pair had planned on a trilogy, and the ending of The Secret Of The Unicorn certainly left things open for a sequel.So what can Spielberg tell us about Tintin 2?

Steven Spielberg talks Tintin 2

Total Film recently caught up with Steven Spielberg, and we got him to spill the beans on the upcoming Tintin sequel.

Spielberg directed the first instalment of the performance-capture/animated take on Hergé’s spirited comic book series, with Peter Jackson serving as producer. The pair had planned on a trilogy, and the ending of The Secret Of The Unicorn certainly left things open for a sequel.

So what can Spielberg tell us about Tintin 2?

 Spielberg talks Tintin sequel and Jurassic Park 4
Steven Spielberg has been doing plenty of press recently in order to plug equine war movie War Horse, and has given an update on the upcoming Tintin sequel as well as the status of Jurassic Park 4.

                  We’ll deal with Tintin first, with Spielberg confirming that he and Peter Jackson will swap roles for the sequel, with the Kiwi occupying the director’s chair and Spielberg handling production duties…

Spielberg talks Tintin sequel and Jurassic Park 4

Steven Spielberg has been doing plenty of press recently in order to plug equine war movie War Horse, and has given an update on the upcoming Tintin sequel as well as the status of Jurassic Park 4.



We’ll deal with Tintin first, with Spielberg confirming that he and Peter Jackson will swap roles for the sequel, with the Kiwi occupying the director’s chair and Spielberg handling production duties…

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The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn review!
Before he died in 1983, Tintin creator Hergé pegged Steven Spielberg as the director worthiest of adapting his work.But is it more Indiana Jones than 1941?[FOR THE FULL REVIEW, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn review!

Before he died in 1983, Tintin creator Hergé pegged Steven Spielberg as the director worthiest of adapting his work.

But is it more Indiana Jones than 1941?

[FOR THE FULL REVIEW, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

 Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg talk Tintin
We caught up with Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, the world’s greatest directorial tag team, at Comic-Con to talk about their upcoming collaboration The Adventures Of Tintin. The pair teamed up (with Spielberg directing and Jackson producing) to bring Hergé’s legendary comics to life. Well, not real-life, but hyperstylised, performance-captured life…

Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg talk Tintin

We caught up with Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, the world’s greatest directorial tag team, at Comic-Con to talk about their upcoming collaboration The Adventures Of Tintin.

The pair teamed up (with Spielberg directing and Jackson producing) to bring Hergé’s legendary comics to life. Well, not real-life, but hyperstylised, performance-captured life…

Steven Spielberg discusses motion capturing Tintin
Steven Spielberg has spoken out about his decision to make upcoming comic adap Tintin using motion capture rather than more traditional methods. Talking with the LA Times, the director reveals his reasoning behind the controversial approach to moviemaking, as well as his thoughts on the process.“It  was based on my respect for the art of Hergé and wanting to get as  close to that art as I could,” Spielberg says. “Hergé wrote about  fictional people in a real world, not in a fantasy universe.“It was the real universe he was working with, and he used National Geographic to research his adventure stories. It just seemed that live action would be too stylised for an audience to relate to. You’d  have to have costumes that are a little outrageous when you see actors  wearing them. The costumes seem to fit better when the medium chosen is a  digital one.”

Steven Spielberg discusses motion capturing Tintin

Steven Spielberg has spoken out about his decision to make upcoming comic adap Tintin using motion capture rather than more traditional methods. Talking with the LA Times, the director reveals his reasoning behind the controversial approach to moviemaking, as well as his thoughts on the process.

“It was based on my respect for the art of Hergé and wanting to get as close to that art as I could,” Spielberg says. “Hergé wrote about fictional people in a real world, not in a fantasy universe.

“It was the real universe he was working with, and he used National Geographic to research his adventure stories. It just seemed that live action would be too stylised for an audience to relate to. You’d have to have costumes that are a little outrageous when you see actors wearing them. The costumes seem to fit better when the medium chosen is a digital one.