It is a happy coincidence that The Adventures of Tintin is showing in Hong Kong cinemas the same week a new children's book that takes its inspiration from the Belgian comic classic was launched.Sunday, 11 December, 2011, 12:00am
This is not the first time Tintin's been adapted for cinema. But it's certainly the first film featuring motion-capture 3-D, and you'll see photorealistic visuals brought to new heights.2 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
Finally it's here. This is not the first time Tintin's been adapted for cinema. But it's certainly the first to feature motion-capture 3D. Despite the nuisance of daft goggles, you'll see photorealistic visuals brought to new heights.27 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Kimberly Cheung, 15, St Paul's School (Lam Tin)
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Starring: Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg, Daniel Craig Director: Steven Spielberg Category: IIA (Cantonese and English versions)
Filled with action beefed up by extreme digital refining that borders on the obsessive, The Adventures of Tintin is surprisingly bland and soulless despite its technical wizardry.24 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Tintin is the fictional Belgian star of 23completed - and one unfinished - colourful comic books created by the Belgian artist George Remi between 1929 and his death in 1983.20 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Steven Spielberg's latest film, Adventures of Tintin - Secret of the Unicorn, will be released in India a gratifying six weeks before it opens in the US. The reason? The country has millions of fans of the comic-strip hero created by Belgian artist Herge. Although it will be shown in Europe first, Indians are pleased that they will get the chance to see the 3-D film ahead of America.10 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
On Tintin's trail18 Jul 2010 - 12:00am
Hollywood's retro approach to creating blockbuster franchises based on much-loved cartoons from yesteryear is about to spawn more big-screen deja vu, with a rather different superhero - a diminutive Belgian reporter armed with nothing more than an inquisitive mind beneath his cowlick hairstyle, and an unstoppable quest for the truth.15 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
The big news for cartoon-strip addicts and movie buffs is that Tintin, the world's most famous boy detective, is soon to be incarnated on the big screen. The movers and shakers behind the project are the epic movie directors Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson.2 Sep 2007 - 12:00am