Steven Spielberg excited before the release of new film ‘The Adventures of Tintin’

November 3rd, 2011 by | No Comment |

 Legendary Producer and Director Steven Spielberg has stated that he is very excited before the release of his new film ‘The Adventures of Tintin’, an adaptation of a French comic created by a Belgian artist by
the name of Georges Remi. The American insisted that the comic had inspired him from the first time he read it and the concept will surely attract a lot of interest among the moviegoers.


The talented supremo, who has been responsible for blockbusters like Jurassic Park, E.T., Transformers and Indiana Jones, has directed one of Europe’s bestselling comics now which has released in some parts of the continent and
is set for a North American release in December.


Spielberg claimed that he found Tintin as a great concept and was sure that a movie made on it would be a great idea. He admitted that the story of a young boy who is a detective with a story full of adventures inspired him to
make a movie.


He added that the characters have been made up brilliantly and the relationship between all them is hugely exciting. The Director stated that Tintin, Snowy and Captain Archibald Haddock make up for a sensational story line and
they will surely be liked by the audience.


“I discovered that Tintin is a tenacious young discoverer and investigative reporter. His passion to achieve or uncover a mystery inspired me. I admired how nothing will stop him, and how he has this amazing relationship with the
most unlikely partner, Captain Archibald Haddock,” he was quoted as saying in an interview.


 The Director of ‘Jurassic Park’ revealed that the movie has been made in motion capture which has combined live action and animation and is somewhere in between. He is confident that the 3D release of the movie will be a huge
plus and hopes for a successful run at the box-office.


 “Tintin was to be animated with the aid of motion capture, combining live action and animation. With this method, I was confident that after four minutes of the audience wondering what genre this was, they would forget the medium,”
he concluded.


 ‘The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn’ is set for a Christmas release in North America.


 

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