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Tintin comes to DreamWorks

Tintin.jpgTintin looks set to make it to the big screen and Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks are going to be the ones to make it happen according to the head of Herge Studios who own the Tintin rights, Nick Rodwell.

According to Yahoo News there's no indication yet of which of the twenty-four adventures it will be, even if it is one of these stories. Yet he does say that if the first film is successful then they will continue with the franchise.

It seems a good choice that DreamWorks should be the people to bring the Tintin story to life, but the question will now be animation or live action? I can't see it looking anything but twee in live action, so it has to be animation.



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