Watch: New Theatrical US Trailer for 'The Adventures of Tintin' Arrives

October 17, 2011
Source: Apple

The Adventures of Tintin Trailer

"This isn't just a ship… he wants vengeance!" Paramount has debuted the second US trailer via Apple for The Adventures of Tintin, co-directed by Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson. Not that we haven't seen plenty of trailers for this already, but each one is a bit different, and this one spends more time on the bigger story, about the missing ship and Cpt. Haddock's connection with it. Jamie Bell plays Tintin, Andy Serkis plays Haddock, Daniel Craig plays Sakharine, also featuring Simon Pegg & Nick Frost, Toby Jones and Gad Elmaleh. It looks like an Indiana Jones adventure, only animated, I can't wait to see it. Have fun!

Watch the latest official US trailer for Spielberg & Jackson's The Adventures of Tintin:

You can also download the new Adventures of Tintin trailer in High Definition on Apple

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is directed by the legendary Steven Spielberg, produced by Peter Jackson with a script co-written by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish. The cast includes Jamie Bell as Tintin, Andy Serkis as Captain Haddock, Simon Pegg & Nick Frost as Thompson & Thompson, Daniel Craig as the villain Red Rackham, and Toby Jones as Silk. The animated movie, in the works at Weta Digital, will hit US theaters in glorious 3D starting on December 21st, just before Christmas this winter. You can watch the first teaser trailer here or visit the official website for more updates:

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There's nothing in the trailer about Peter Jackson receiving a credit as "co-director" in the credits, so why do you say the film "was originally directed by Steven Spielberg." I know Jackson was heavily involved, and oversaw the film to some extent after Spielberg had perhaps moved onto other things, but on what basis are you saying he's a co-director?The plan has always been for Jackson to get credit for directing the second film (assuming the first pans out), so it's not like he's not receiving his due credit.

Timothy on Oct 17, 2011


I feel like we went over this before... I'm just referring to the fact that Spielberg directed the mo-cap segment, and then handed it over to Peter Jackson to finish at Weta. They each were involved, Spielberg "originally" directed that portion, and Jackson finished it up. It's just simple word choice, no need to make a big fuss over it.

Alex Billington on Oct 17, 2011


Jackson only oversaw the post-production. The shots and scenes were directed by Spielberg.

Rashad on Oct 17, 2011


But by adding 'originally' you imply someone else took over directing.. the vfx supervisor usually oversees all vfx on a film, but he doesn't get directing credit. So it is a strange word choice. Sorry but I agree with the others on this one 😉

Dom on Oct 18, 2011


Boys...boys. Am I gonna need to separate you?

Anonymous on Oct 18, 2011


sweet Jesus... Love it.

Dictomicto on Oct 17, 2011


I can't decide if the character in that picture looks more like Tommy Lee Jones or Super Mario.

Craig on Oct 17, 2011


I'm not a fan of animation, so this could easily become my favorite!

Davide Coppola on Oct 18, 2011


This movie looks awesome, the fact that i read tin tin as a kid makes it even better

Quick_Movies on Oct 18, 2011


This looks great.. can't wait to see it.. a story from two of the greatest story teller of our time!

Stevenfreestyler on Oct 18, 2011


Yes Herge and Spielberg could be consider 2 of the greatest story tellers, but I hope you aren't talking about Peter Jackson. He hasn't proven himself yet beyond Lord of the Rings. You can't make one set of films and be a master storyteller.

Josh Taylor on Oct 18, 2011


Jackson also made the King Kong remake, The Lovely Bones, and The Frighteners. As well as a select few other films. His LOTR trilogy of course has such great acclaim and is attached to him, but he's made these other films that were fantastic as well. As far as I can tell, he seems like a fine story teller so far.

Anonymous on Oct 26, 2011


It's the best trailer yet!

Jackmooney5 on Oct 18, 2011


This look eerie like Polar Express. Stylistically it's a mess.

Christopher Batty on Oct 24, 2011

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