The themes of fakeness and phoniness and counterfeit that drive many of the original plots are replaced in the film with messages that feel "as though we have wandered into a seminar on monetisation through self-empowerment … It's like making a biopic of Nietzsche that depicts him as a born-again Christian, or of Gandhi as a trigger-happy Rambo blasting his way through the Raj". The film was produced and directed by Steven Spielberg, co-produced by Peter Jackson and Kathleen Kennedy, written by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish, and stars Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig, Nick Frost and Simon Pegg, who portray their characters through voice acting and motion capture. [54] The score was released on 21 October 2011 by Sony Classical Records.[55]. The trio find the seaplane attacking them, shoot it down and hijack the seaplane and use it to fly towards the fictitious Moroccan port of Bagghar, but it crashes in a desert due to it running out of fuel and flying in a thunderstorm. Zeige 1 bis 1 (von insgesamt 1 Artikeln). It was the first time Williams had composed the score of a film since 2008's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,[53] as well as his first score for an animated film. Directed by Tim Burton. [63], During its first week available on home video, The Adventures of Tintin Blu-ray was the number-one-selling HD movie after selling 504,000 units and generating $11.09 million in sales. [51] For the performance of "Snowy", various models served as a reference for actors on-set, manipulated by property master Brad Elliott. [134], In June 2015, Jamie Bell stated that the sequel was titled Tintin and the Temple of the Sun and that he hoped shooting would begin in early 2016 for a possible release by the end of 2017 or early 2018. They look exactly like real people—but real Hergé people! 29.12.2018 - Entdecke die Pinnwand „Tintin“ von Carlottaluise. 02.10.2016 - Entdecke die Pinnwand „Tim und Struppi“ von Dagmar Eichhorn. [11] It was a commercial success, grossing over $373 million against a budget of $135 million,[4] making it Paramount's highest-grossing animated feature, and received generally positive reviews from critics,[12] who praised the stylized use of motion capture (particularly the faithful look to Hergé's works), visual effects, action scenes, performances and music, to which they compared one of Spielberg's previous works, Raiders of the Lost Ark. [127] Kathleen Kennedy said the script might be completed by February or March 2012 and motion-captured in summer 2012, so that the film would be on track to be released by Christmas 2014 or mid-2015. As Sakharine was made the main antagonist in the film, the book's main villains, the Bird brothers, are absent from the adaptation, save for a small "cameo" in the initial sequence at the market. DIE ABENTEUER VON TIM UND STRUPPI (3D) Ab 27. from 11.10.2015 - I love how they put Hergé in the begining of the movie. [58] Sony later released the film during late October and early November 2011 in Europe, Latin America and India. Jackson will also begin development for the second film, for which he will be officially credited as director. [82], The film was named in New York magazine's David Edelstein's Top 10 List for 2011. [43][44][45] Sony only agreed to finance two films, though Jackson said a third film may still happen.[9]. Der Held der Geschichten ist der junge belgische Reporter Tim, der um die ganze Welt reist und in Abenteuergeschichten verwickelt wird. Irish Terrier Fox Terrier Cartoon Shows Cartoon Characters Fictional Characters Tin Tin Cartoon Comics Und Cartoons Fox Terrier Cartoon Shows Cartoon Characters Fictional Characters Tin Tin Cartoon Comics Und Cartoons [26] Spielberg and his production partner Kathleen Kennedy of Amblin Entertainment were scheduled to meet with Hergé in 1983 while filming Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in London. Principal photography began on 26 January 2009; the release date was pushed from 2010 to 2011. For this volume the earlier comics were published in their original form (b/w) *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. [21] Meanwhile, the comics' creator, Hergé—who disliked the previous live-action film versions and the animated series—became a fan of Spielberg. [22] During the shoot, Cameron and Robert Zemeckis (director of The Polar Express, another motion-captured animated film) were present. [81] Manohla Dargis, one of the chief critics of The New York Times, called the movie "a marvel of gee-wizardry and a night's entertainment that can feel like a lifetime". The website also announced that a third Tintin film was in development, with Jackson serving as executive producer. [89][90][91] It retained first place for a second consecutive and final weekend, earning $39.0 million from 45 territories. [37], An official announcement about the collaboration was made in May 2007, although both filmmakers had to wait to film it: Spielberg was preparing Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull while Jackson was planning The Lovely Bones. [67] Amy Biancolli of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote: "Such are the timeless joys of the books (and now the movie), this sparkling absurdity and knack for buckling swash under the worst of circumstances. Gameloft released a game for iOS devices to coincide with the film's European launch. [101], A video game entitled The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, developed by game developer Ubisoft,[124] was released to coincide with the release date of the film. The Adventures of Tintin (also known as The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn)[5] is a 2011 3D computer-animated action-adventure film based on Belgian cartoonist Hergé's comic book series of the same name. [129] Horowitz tweeted that Professor Calculus would be introduced in the sequel. [4], In the United States, it is one of only 12 feature films to be released in over 3,000 theaters and still improve on its box office performance in its second weekend, increasing 17.6% from $9,720,993 to $11,436,160. 25.12.2017 - Erkunde joe schlozs Pinnwand „Herge´“ auf Pinterest. before becoming sober. Weitere Ideen zu struppi, tim und struppi, zeichentrick. Weitere Ideen zu struppi, tim und struppi, comic. He then became executive producer of Doctor Who, leading Spielberg and Jackson (both of whom are fans of the show) to allow him to leave and fulfill his duty to the series. Alles von Tim und Struppi, Barbapapa, Nichtlustig, ... Exklusive Sammlerfiguren Lithografien und Originale Merchandising, T-Shirts, ... Comics und Graphic Novels Buch-Bestellservice über Nacht Sakharine causes a distraction in a Bianca Castafiore concert, which results in his falcon stealing the third scroll. [36] Lead designer Chris Guise visited Brussels to see the inspiration for Hergé's sceneries. [99] It was the first all-digital motion-captured animated film (as well as the first non-Pixar film) to win a Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature Film. [33] Spielberg said he would not mind filming it digitally because he saw it as an animated film, and reiterated his live-action work would always be filmed traditionally. Eventually, several cues had to be revised during the editing of the film. [38] In October 2007, Moffat came as the screenwriter for two of the Tintin films. Spielberg wanted to treat the film like live-action, moving his camera around. For other merchandise based on "The Adventures of Tintin", see, "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" redirects here. Tintin, Haddock and Snowy outrun the crew and escape from the Karaboudjan in a lifeboat, but not before Tintin radios the name of the ship's destination, Bagghar. Claude Berri and Roman Polanski became interested in filming the property, while Warner Bros. negotiated for the rights, but they could not guarantee the "creative integrity" that the Foundation found in Spielberg. [126] However, screenwriter Anthony Horowitz later stated that those books would be the second sequel and another story would become the first sequel.[8]. Tintin returns to his apartment, which has been ransacked, and is shown the metal tube by Snowy. the Extra-Terrestrial writer Melissa Mathison to script a film about Tintin battling ivory hunters in Africa. 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Miller, Alessandro Saponi, Christoph Sprenger, Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in an Animated Feature Motion Picture, Matt Aitken, Matthias Menz, Keith F. Miller, Wayne Stables, Nathan Meister as a market artist who bears a resemblance to, This page was last edited on 2 January 2021, at 05:00. He added "it would be great" to use Destination Moon and Explorers on the Moon for a third or fourth film in the series. [46] During filming, various directors, including Guillermo del Toro, Stephen Daldry and David Fincher visited. How curious that Hergé achieved more expression with his use of ink-spot eyes and humble line drawings than a bank of computers and an army of animators were able to achieve". Tintin learns that Sakharine formed an alliance with the ship's staff and led a mutiny to take control and imprison the captain. Tim Und Struppi: Die Krabbe Mit Den Goldenen Scheren - Tintin German edition (CARLSEN COPRO) Walt Disney. [139], In March 2018, Spielberg reiterated the above, saying that "Peter Jackson has to do the second part. Spielberg finished six weeks of additional motion-capture filming in mid-July 2009. [84], The Adventures of Tintin grossed $77,591,831 in North America and $296,402,120 in other territories for a worldwide total of $373,993,951. [29] In November 2002, his studio DreamWorks reestablished the option to film the series. Viel Spaß! Jackson was present for the first week of filming and supervised the rest of the shoot via a bespoke videoconferencing program. [73] Jordan Mintzer of The Hollywood Reporter was also very positive about the film, describing it as "a good ol' fashioned adventure flick that hearkens back to the filmmaker's action-packed, tongue-in-cheek swashbucklers of the 1980s. On Rotten Tomatoes, The Adventures of Tintin holds a 74% approval rating based on 232 reviews, with an average score of 7.00/10. ", "Rivals in Talks to Finance 'Tintin' Films", "Paramount and Sony might co-parent "Tintin, "Sony Classical to Release John Williams' 'The Adventures of Tintin' Soundtrack", "The Adventures Of Tintin: John Williams", "Tintin fans flock to Belgian film premiere", "The Adventures of Tintin Hits Theaters on Dec. 23, 2011", "The Adventures of Tintin: Daniel Craig, Jamie Bell, Steven Spielberg: Movies & TV", "Blu-ray Sales, Mar. [71], Giving the film 3.5 out of 4 stars, Lou Lumenick of New York Post wrote: "Spielberg and an army of collaborators - deploying motion capture and 3-D more skillfully than in any film since Avatar - turn this unlikely material into one of the year's most pleasurable, family-friendly experiences, a grand thrill ride of a treasure hunt". They released the film in the United States on December 21. [9] The footage was transmitted to Weta Digital,[35] who produced a twenty-minute test reel that demonstrated a photorealistic depiction of the characters. As it takes two years of animation work on the film, for you, I would not expect to see it for about three years. Get your team aligned with all the tools you need on one secure, reliable video platform. Bell and Serkis were reported to be reprising their roles in both films. [133] In December 2014, when Jackson was asked if the Tintin sequel would be his next project after The Hobbit trilogy, he said that it would be made "at some point soon", but he added that he wanted to direct two New Zealand films before that. In Belgium, Tintin's country of origin, the film made $520,000, while France provided $4.6 million, a number higher than other similar Wednesday debuts. Premium. [30] Spielberg originally said he would only produce the film. The Shooting Star (French: L'Étoile mystérieuse) was first serialized in black-and-white during the German occupation of Belgium, from October 1941 to May 1942 07.08.2019 - Erkunde CFs Pinnwand „Struppi“ auf Pinterest. Amazon.ca - Buy Die Abenteuer Von Tim und Struppi-das Geheimnis at a low price; free shipping on qualified orders. Peter Jackson y croit ! [47] Jackson took the hands-on approach to directing Weta Digital during post-production, which Spielberg supervised through video conferencing. [80], Steve Rose from The Guardian wrote about one of the film's major criticisms: that The Adventures of Tintin, much like The Polar Express, crossed into the uncanny valley, thereby rendering Tintin "too human and not human at all". Tintin is not dead!". After two drafts of the script, Wright left in order to begin filming Scott Pilgrim vs the World., with Cornish staying on to finish the script under the guidance of Spielberg and Jackson. [125], Originally, the second Tintin film was to be based on Hergé's The Seven Crystal Balls and Prisoners of the Sun. [135] Later in November, Horowitz said that he was no longer working on the sequel, and did not know if it was still being made,[136] and in March 2016, he confirmed that the script he had written for the sequel was scrapped. [39] Moffat said he was "love bombed" by Spielberg into accepting the offer to write the films, with the director promising to shield him from studio interference with his writing. While browsing in an outdoor market with his pet dog Snowy, Tintin, a young journalist, purchases a miniature model of a ship known as the Unicorn, but is accosted by two men, who both separately unsuccessfully attempt to acquire the model from Tintin. [9], Peter Jackson explains the film's look[33], Jackson, a longtime fan of the comics,[34] had used motion capture in The Lord of the Rings and King Kong; he suggested that a live-action adaptation would not do justice to the comic books and that motion capture was instead the best way of representing Hergé's world of Tintin. [64] The film was also the second-highest-selling home media seller during its first week, with 50% of its profits coming from its Blu-ray market.[65]. Spielberg invited Edgar Wright to write the script for the film, but Wright was busy and instead recommended other names, including Steven Moffat. However, they are interrupted by the arrival of Barnaby, the Interpol officer who had tried to buy the model from Tintin, who is then assassinated while attempting to recover the Unicorn. A chase through the city ensues, during which he gains all the scrolls. After the fight, Sakharine is pushed overboard by Haddock; he is then rescued and arrested by Thomson and Thompson. More than anything, it's just a whole lot of fun". [138] Spielberg later announced that Jackson was still attached to directing the sequel, and that it would enter work once Jackson completed another Amblin Partners/DreamWorks production. The story implies there were three Unicorn models, each containing a scroll; together, the scrolls can reveal the location of the sunken Unicorn and its treasure. [9], Spielberg and Hergé were admirers of each other's work; the director acquired the film rights to The Adventures of Tintin following the author's death in 1983, and re-optioned them in 2002. By the time The Secret of the Unicorn was released, Spielberg said the book that would form the sequel had been chosen and that the Thomson and Thompson detectives would "have a much bigger role". Explore Disney Movies to find new, classic and upcoming films, Blu-rays, DVDs, downloads, and much more, including favorites, news and watch online. [93][94], The film grossed ₹7.5 crore (US$1.1 million) on its opening weekend (11–13 November 2011) in India, an all-time record for a Spielberg film and for an animated feature in India. TM + © 2021 Vimeo, Inc. All rights reserved. 30.08.2020 - Erkunde Lisa Von Bs Pinnwand „:-)“ auf Pinterest.