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My Mom’s @ManorBooks’ blog features some #Halloween photos of me and brothers costumed in years past http://ow.ly/xapm #tintin #truckdriver
Discussion of TinTin in the Congo – kept under lock and key at NYC libraries along with other ‘offensive’ books NYTimes http://ow.ly/pj0a
My mom sent me this article because i am massive Tin Tin fan …
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) – It was a quarter-century in the making but then again, nothing is easy for cartoon heroes such as Tintin.
Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks, a division of Viacom Inc. (VIAB), has committed to produce at least one movie about the adventures of the intrepid Belgian reporter, said Nick Rodwell, head of Moulinsart NV, Tintin’s commercial studio, on Thursday.
“After 25 years, they finally said, ‘OK, let’s go,'” Rodwell said of the protracted talks with Spielberg. In an interview with The Associated Press, Rodwell said the Hollywood company will go into preproduction for a movie, which should appear in theaters in about two years.
“It’s been a project on our future development plate here for quite a number of years, always with the idea it was something we would like to make,” DreamWorks spokesman Marvin Levy said Thursday.
A visitor looks at original letters and an enlarged cartoon of Tintin and his dog Snowy by Belgian cartoonist Herge at Paris’ Pompidou Cultural Center,on Dec. 19, 2006 in Paris. The center is hosting an exhibition to mark the centenary of the birth of Tintin’s creator, Belgian cartoonist Herge, whose real name was Georges Remi. Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks company has committed to produce at least one movie on Tintin, the head of the Tintin studio in Brussels, Belgium, announced Thursday, March 8, 2007. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)