Category Archives: Tintin Movie Cast & Crew
We’ve seen Jamie Bell on-screen as everything from boy reporter to Roman soldier, but I never thought I’d see him as “The Thing” from the Fantastic Four. I’m sure he’s been pressed with loads of questions about his role in … Continue reading
In the German translation of the Tintin movie, Captain Haddock, while chasing down the parchment in Morocco, calls out “Mein Schatz,” which means “my precious,” a nod to Andy Serkis’ famous role as Gollum.
When Spielberg was planning “Tintin” back in 1984, he had considered Jack Nicholson for the part of Captain Haddock.
Tintin has one more trophy to put up on his shelf, this time from the Empire awards, who gave the film the ”Art of 3D” award over such other nominees as Hugo, Thor and the final Harry Potter film. You … Continue reading
Very good find Britto! An important piece of news has been hiding on a French site the past few days and, while I admit I do occasionally check google.fr, I almost certainly would have missed it. While in Paris for … Continue reading
New Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg Interview: Jackson will start working on Tintin 2 as soon as he’s done with The Hobbit
In a recent interview with Total Film, Spielberg and Jackson revealed some information regarding the sequel to ”Tintin,” . . . which is really not much information at all. “Peter [Jackson]’s doing it. I wanted to do it, but Peter … Continue reading
The Golden Globe award for best animated film first appeared at the 64th Golden Globe Awards in 2007, given to the 2006 film ”Cars”. Every year since then a Pixar film has won, with awards going to Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up … Continue reading
I was sitting looking at Tintin stuff on the internet and suddenly realized that the fat lady in the phone booth that takes shelter from the rain never made it in the movie! I guess she wasn’t really needed if … Continue reading
For those of you who may have found this through google or some other way and are not a regular follower of this site, I can assure you that while you will find many, many reviews of ”The Adventures of … Continue reading