So it looks like Tintin, one of the more famous comic book characters of the last six or seven decades, will get the photo-realistic treatment on the big screen rather than the hand-drawn treatment:
STEVEN Spielberg and Peter Jackson are to join forces to direct and produce a series of three-films based on the beloved Belgian comic-strip hero Tintin.
Entertainment journal Daily Variety reports that the legendary film-makers would direct at least one of the films each, and serve as producers on all three...
From the stories, it appears as though Weta in New Zealand will be the principal studio making these films. Of course, there's three features, so maybe one gets produced stateside? Like maybe at DreamWorks Animation's Glendale campus?
Regardless , animation is a global enterprise -- have a Imentioned this? And the more product that gets made, the better for everybody.