Friday, March 9, 2007

FILM: Tintin Movie in the Works?

Steven Spielberg has reportedly acquired the rights to the popular French comic series Tintin.

On Friday Steven Spielberg and his company Dreamworks acquired the rights to the French action-hero Tintin. Spielberg, who had been trying to buy the rights to the character for over two decades, hopes to produce a Tintin film in the near future.



I don't really know what to think of this. I think that Tintin could be a great adventure film and if Spielberg is passionate about the character then it should turn out great. One thing that I question though is Tintin's popularity in the United States. Does he have the star power to be a box-office success? He does in Europe but he's not as well-known over here in North America.

What do you people think of this? Can Spielberg and Dreamworks do justice to the famous French adventurer?

As of now no details have been announced for Tintin. Check back here for updates as the film starts gaining steam.

Cheers.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love TinTin and know Spielberg will do a GREAT job. Will the film be narrated in English or French, do you think?

Larry_Chimp_Man said...

I predict that it'll be narrated in English but that's just speculation on my part. No details have been announced as of yet.

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