Comic-Con 2011: Paramount’s ‘The Adventures of Tin-Tin’ Panel

Published 4 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 12:16 pm,

TinTin Comic Con 2011 Panel Comic Con 2011: Paramounts The Adventures of Tin Tin Panel

Steven Spielberg, one of Hollywood’s most celebrated filmmakers is making his first appearance at San Diego Comic Con 2011 to showcase his hotly-anticipated CGI adaptation of fan-favorite children’s novel, The Adventures of Tin-Tin.

While certainly encouraging, The Adventures of Tin-Tin trailer left some fans speculating whether or not Spielberg and company would tighten the gap in the “uncanny valley,” producing a film that both looks great as well as delivers believable computer-generated character animations. Not to mention bearing the pressure of a beloved franchise.

While the specifics of The Adventures of Tin-Tin panel are still mostly under wraps,┬áSpielberg’s Comic Con debut is certainly encouraging – as the famed director must be pretty confident in the footage he’s going to screen in front of the 6,500 seats in Hall H.

Check out our live blog coverage below for up to the minute details, happenings, and first-ever footage:


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The Adventures of Tintin will arrive in 2D and 3D theaters around the U.S. on December 23rd, 2011.

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  1. Yep, there’s the Indiana Jones connection I was on about!

    Had the rights since 83?! Flip, I guess he may have been waiting for technology to catch up. Or it was put on the back-burner and since then convincing computer graphics has come along.

    I’m looking forward to this.

  2. I’ll take it Spielberg didn’t have any updates on Robopocalypse?