The Adventures of Tintin

Intrepid young reporter, Tintin, and his loyal dog, Snowy, are thrust into a world of high adventure when they discover a ship carrying an explosive secret. As Tintin is drawn into a centuries-old mystery, Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine suspects him of stealing a priceless treasure. Tintin and Snowy, with the help of salty, cantankerous Captain Haddock and bumbling detectives, Thompson and Thomson, travel half the world, one step ahead of their enemies, as Tintin endeavors to find the Unicorn, a sunken ship that may hold a vast fortune, but also an ancient curse.

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Film Cast:

  • Tintin (voice): Jamie Bell
  • Sakharine / Red Rackham (voice): Daniel Craig
  • Captain Haddock / Sir Francis Haddock (voice): Andy Serkis
  • Thomson (voice): Nick Frost
  • Thompson (voice): Simon Pegg
  • Pilot (voice): Cary Elwes
  • Lt. Delcourt (voice): Tony Curran
  • Silk (voice): Toby Jones
  • Allan / Pirate Flunky #1 (voice): Daniel Mays
  • Pedro / 1st Mate (voice): Sebastian Roché
  • Co-Pilot / French Medic (voice): Phillip Rhys
  • Afghar Outpost Soldier / Secretary (voice): Mark Ivanir
  • Ben Salaad (voice): Gad Elmaleh
  • Lady in the Phonebox / Old Lady: Jacquie Barnbrook
  • Barnaby (voice): Joe Starr
  • Nestor / Mr. Crabtree (voice): Enn Reitel
  • Tom / Pirate Flunky #2 (voice): Mackenzie Crook
  • Mrs. Finch (voice): Sonje Fortag
  • Sailor / Lookout (voice): Ron Bottitta
  • Market Artist (voice): Nathan Meister
  • Bianca Castafiore (voice): Kim Stengel

Film Crew:

  • Original Music Composer: John Williams
  • Casting: Jina Jay
  • Producer: Steven Spielberg
  • Producer: Kathleen Kennedy
  • Cinematography: Janusz Kamiński
  • Editor: Michael Kahn
  • Producer: Peter Jackson
  • Casting: Victoria Burrows
  • Producer: Carolynne Cunningham
  • Screenplay: Edgar Wright
  • Casting: Scot Boland
  • Executive Producer: Ken Kamins
  • Comic Book: Hergé
  • Screenplay: Steven Moffat
  • Screenplay: Joe Cornish
  • Motion Capture Artist: Terry Notary
  • Executive Producer: Stephane Sperry
  • Executive Producer: Nick Rodwell
  • Producer: Jason McGatlin
  • Associate Producer: Adam Somner
  • Supervising Art Director: Andrew L. Jones
  • Script Supervisor: Ana Maria Quintana
  • Construction Coordinator: John Villarino
  • Art Direction: Jeffrey Wisniewski
  • CG Supervisor: Jeff Capogreco
  • Set Designer: Jim Wallis
  • Animation Director: Regina Cachuela
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Wayne Stables
  • Animation Director: Taisuke Tanimura
  • CG Supervisor: Daniele Tosti
  • CG Supervisor: Mike Perry
  • CG Supervisor: Daniel Macarin
  • Animation Supervisor: Paul Story
  • Senior Visual Effects Supervisor: Joe Letteri
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Keith Miller
  • Stunts: Sean Button
  • Conceptual Design: Paul Tobin
  • Animation: Matt Weaver
  • CG Supervisor: Luke Millar
  • Art Department Coordinator: Greg Bartkus
  • Property Master: Brad Elliott
  • Art Department Coordinator: Sarah Milnes
  • Conceptual Design: Matthew Rodgers
  • Set Designer: Jackson Bishop
  • Set Designer: David Moreau
  • Animation Supervisor: Jamie Beard
  • CG Supervisor: Phil Barrenger
  • CG Supervisor: Michael McNeill
  • CG Supervisor: Jeremy Pickett
  • CG Supervisor: Thrain Shadbolt
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Sally Potters
  • Senior Animator: Graham Binding

Movie Reviews:

  • ohlalipop: The animation was something else. It looked so real. I don’t really remember the story from the comics (we had the entire collection when we were younger but lost all of it when we left the Philippines), but the story was really nice. I can’t wait for the next one if ever there’ll be a next one.
  • lmao7: Wow…they just took cg/motion/performance capture to the next level! Just for the film’s look – like without the story, it deserves an A++

    Not just the look (soo realistic especially the extras and the scenery) but the shots! There were a lot of street/chase scenes that was done beautifully. The clothes, the buildings…it was so perfect!

    I liked the opening credits reminded me of Pink Panther & Catch Me If You Can but the opening scene, the painting of Tintin, was that Herge? so awesome!

    Of course as expected there were some changes like the sequence of events but it worked well for me (maybe not the crane scene but it didn’t bother me that much) and I missed Professor Calculus, I thought it would include Red Rackham’s Treasure. Now I can’t wait for the next one, I want to see them all at Marlinspike Hall.

    All in all, as a fan of Tintin comics (grew up reading it again and again), I loved it!!!

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