Sunday, May 22, 2011

Steven Spielberg gives life to Tintin

Production studios Sony Pictures has announced May 17 the trailer for "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, one of the most anticipated films of 2011, directed by Steven Spielberg and the great product by the equally talented Peter Jackson (director of the trilogy "Lord of the Rings").

The film released in cinemas French and Belgian course October 26, 2011, but it will be screened in the U.S. until 23 December, the comic hero created by Hergé was not especially known in North America ... Tribute to the Europeans, then! A poster of the film we find the actors Jamie Bell, Daniel Craig, Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Gad Elmaleh, Toby Jones and Mackenzie Crook.

In the role of the famous reporter inseparable from his faithful four-legged friend, the fox terrier Snowy, this is Jamie Bell, who will partner Andy Serkis in the role of Captain Haddock or Daniel Craig in the role of Rackham Le Rouge, the ancestor of Captain Haddock. The hero of this sublime 3D movie nice design includes graphics that provide a dynamic atmosphere and close to the comic! This is the first film, it seems, of a trilogy ("The Secret of the Unicorn," "The Treasure of Rackham the Red" and "The Crab with the Golden Claws"), the second component should be directed by Peter Jackson and the third, the mystery remains ...

The entire feature film that fans of Belgian cartoonist hoping succeeded (and should be given the first trailer unveiled) will resume the plot of the eleventh album comics, this is the "Secret of the Unicorn." Synopsis: Tintin, the intrepid reporter, his faithful companion Snowy and his inseparable friend Captain Haddock in search of treasure buried with the wreckage of a ship "Unicorn", formerly commanded by Captain Haddock's ancestor ...

This first trailer placed on the action, mystery and adventure, a taste that is promising the damn mouth water ... The American Spielberg has captured the soul and essence of this character that makes Europeans pride, a tribute to the famous young man in the powder puff that is first appeared in 1929 in Le Petit Twentieth!

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