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First Look At Tintin Posters!

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Here is the very first look at the posters promoting the Steven Spielberg directed and Peter Jackson produced, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn.

The first pic is the international poster, while the second will be released in the United States.

Starring Jamie Bell in the title role, the film was shot in motion capture 3D and is set to be released this Christmas.

The digital animation looks pretty cool and we are betting on a three dimensional visual treat this holiday season!

Do these posters make U excited to see Tintin?

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11 comments to “First Look At Tintin Posters!”

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    Seems like an odd choice of a movie. Spielberg is amazing but Tin Tin? Hmmmmmm. I'm sure it will be good. I can think of other movies and stories I would rather see him direct.



  2. 2

    ABSOLUTELY cannot wait! been a fan of these books since i was a kid and not the crappy american version either! Hope Spielberg didn't shit on this



  3. 3

    Talk about vanity project. looks wank.



  4. 4

    I'll be checking it out for sure!



  5. 5

    Digital animation?
    Excited? C'mon, it's Belgian.



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  7. 7

    And how about Steven FREAKING Moffat. He might be a sexist asshole but man, can he write. And I fucking love Doctor Who so I might check it out. MIGHT. Because well, It's still TinTin.



  8. 8

    looks like absolute shit! I hate that realistic 3D they look like corpses!



  9. 9

    Wasn't Tin Tin a German Shepherd?



  10. 10

    Tin Tin was one of my favorite things to read when I was a kid. I use to reread them all the time. Hope the movies are good.



  11. 11

    SO EXCITTEEEEDDDDD