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Tintin in America
Cover Sells for $1.6 Million
The buyer understandably wishes it hadn’t cost quite so much.
Which Movies You Should and
See With Your Family on Christmas
A guide to which films to see and which to avoid this weekend, depending on the relative with whom you’re stuck at the theater.
Andy Serkis Says
Should Be Considered Live-Action
“The category of animation should be under review.”
Goes Over Well at World Premiere
In Brussels, home of Tintin author Herge.
Trailer: A Sweeping Adventure Through the Uncanny Valley
The new trailer finally gets it right.
Watch Some Fan-Made Opening Credits for
Adventures of Tintin
The Biggest Problem With the Tintin Movie Might Be Tintin Himself
At the Comic-Con panel, he wasn’t looking so good.
See First Images From Spielberg’s Tintin Film
’Empire’ has the exclusive images from ‘The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn.’
Comic Being Sued for One Euro
A Congolese accountant feels as though the comic book is racist.
Danny McBride, Assistant Evildoer
Plus: Car wrecks, Somalian pirates, and Dan Cortese.
Daniel Craig and Jamie Bell Hop Aboard the
Plus: Hilary Duff in, uh, a new ‘Bonnie and Clyde.’
Ian McShane About to Go Biblical
NBC options the story of King David from God, Nick has its own high-school musical, and Mos Def plays Chuck Berry.
the comics page
Exclusive Comics Excerpt: ‘The Rabbi’s Cat 2’
A journey across Africa, and a surprise meeting in the Congo with Tintin.
Idris Elba and Cuba Gooding Jr. Join the Juice Crew
Plus industry news on Andy Serkis, Alan Jackson, and Emmy Rossum.
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, Reunited and It Feels So Good
Plus industry news on Natalie Portman, Mike Nichols, and that racist bastard Tintin.