Steven Spielberg told Total Film that Peter Jackson and he made a deal that the "War Horse" director would helm the first "Tintin" and Jackson would take care of the sequel.
Jackson is currently busy with his two "Hobbit" movies but Spielberg says "Peter, of course, is going to do it right after he finishes photography on The Hobbit. He’ll go right into the…performance capture." EW has reported that Jackson's rep has confirmed that he will direct the next "Tintin" movie which Spielberg will now be producing. Spielberg directed the last one, Jackson produced, now, it's role-swapping time.
It's still unclear which book by Hergé will be the basis of "Tintin 2" although producer Kathleen Kennedy once hinted that it's going to be "The Calculus Affair." Spielberg neither confirm nor deny that theory saying “We haven’t decided that yet. She’s throwing a monkey wrench into your story! It could be that. I like The Calculus Affair. So it could be."
Furthermore, Spielberg revealed that the sequel will be more than one book but no more than two.
I enjoyed "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn," well okay, I enjoyed the film's setup more than the payoff, but it was still quite enjoyable nonetheless. So I'm looking forward to seeing the sequel. For now, if you liked the first movie, the DVD and Blu-ray of the film arrives on March 19.
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