The Adventures Of Tintin: Secret Of The Unicorn
Alternate Title: The Adventures Of TintinThe Adventures Of Tintin: Secret Of The Unicorn (The Adventures Of Tintin) (2011) Theatrical Cartoon by Dave Koch
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- Amblin Entertainment, DreamWorks Pictures, Wingnut Films, Nickelodeon Films
- Animated Characters: Tintin, Captain Haddock, Sir Francis Haddock, Thomson, Thompson, Red Rackham, Lieutenant Delacourt, Silk, Omar Ben Salaad.
- Awards: Nominee, Golden Globe, Best Animated Feature Film, 2012.
Winner, Annie Award, Music in a Feature Production, John Williams, 2012.
Winner, Annie Award, Animated Effects in an Animated Production, Kevin Romond, 2012.
Nominee, Annie Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
Nominee, Annie Award, Writing in a Feature Production, Steve Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cronish, 2012.
Nominee, Annie Award, Editing in a Feature Production, Michael Kahn, 2012.
Nominee, Annie Award, Production Design in a Feature Production, Tom Cardone, Kyle MacNaughton and Peter Chan, 2012.
Toronto Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2011.
Second Place, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, Best Animation, 2011.
Nominee, Critics Choice Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
Nominee, Golden Satellite Award, Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media, 2011.
Nominee, Satellite Award, Best Screenplay, Adapted, Steven Moffat, Joe Cornish and Edgar Wright, 2011.
Nominee, Washington Area Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2011.
- Originally Released in 2011.
Cartoon Production Information:
Release date is that of world premiere in Belgium. North American premiere is December 9, 2011 in Quebec, with release date in the rest of Canada and the United States on December 21, 2011.
The second feature in the series is scheduled to be directed by Peter Jackson, with a potential for a third film as well.
Steven Spielberg first acquired rights to the Tintin stories after Hergé's death in 1983. When he was unable to greenlight a project in four years, the rights reverted to the Hergé Foundation. Various studios tried to acquire the rights, but Spielberg was finally able to re-optioned them in 2002.
In August 2008, about a month before photography was to begin, Universal pulled out of its funding/producing/distribution deal with Paramount. Jackson and Spielberg shopped the property to Sony, who opted to co-produce the films, with distribution rights to Europe, South America and India. Photography finally began in January 2009, with release pushed back to the holiday season of 2011. This delay resulted in the original Tintin, Thomas Sangster, being replaced by Jamie Bell.
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