Screen Rant’s Kofi Outlaw reviews The Adventures of Tintin
Tintin is a beloved comic book character in Europe, but the titular reporter’s serialized adventures have never had the same impact here in the United States – even though the comics have been available for decades and a Tintin animated series ran on HBO for several seasons back in the early ’90s.
With The Adventures of Tintin, filmmaking titans Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson combine forces to bring Georges Prosper Remi’s (a.k.a. Hergé) iconic creation into the modern day mainstream as a blockbuster 3D adventure. The film was directed by Spielberg, with Jackson serving as producer and his WETA Workshop visual artists taking on the daunting task of transforming live-action actors into photo-realistic CGI ...
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