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Published: November 20, 2022 (2 weeks ago)

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beaming in from the february 5, 2011 box-office smash sherlock is christopher watson , the young actor as the world’s greatest sleuth with a penchant for wearing tartan. in a companion role we find our faithful sidekick, tintin – the lighter-in-tone bloke with the lighter-in-tone sidekick, snowy, voiced by paul whitehouse, who sits at tintin’s side.

though most of the recent tintin films were set in asia (with switzerland in the last movie), spielberg says that in the book snowy is a white english terrier, whereas in the movies he’s a black australian one. “snowy is supposed to have been an english-australian animal,” spielberg says. “it also feeds into our discussions of the spy genre.

we then get to tune in for the adventures of tintin: the secret of the unicorn , which was animated by his son steven. an early fan of the books, spielberg says he always intended to translate the book into a film. steven first animated the story, and then he turned it into a live-action film. he and joseph darabont, an executive producer on the film, were primarily responsible for bringing this project to the screen. “the tintin character has such a directness and such an innocence about him,” he explains. “he’s just a completely true character that children, adults, everyone can connect with.”

the same year he appeared with johnny depp in baz luhrmann’s ‘lone ranger’ movie, mowgli made his debut in the full-length tintin: the secret of the unicorn, reuniting the conductor with his ingratiating young spy-master of nearly twenty years earlier. zang, it’s mr. snow again! a commercial success in france, tintin: the secret of the unicorn – the only tintin film to run longer than the books it was based on – attracted a bunch of young brits, including the well-tanned and dapper timothy spall, now starring as a take-no-prisoners comic-strip avenger in the bbc’s recent spoof take-off the league of gentlemen .

ivan iv, sakharine, is the lead villain, but the stage is well set to give this smart and inventive film something to do. sakharine begins as a brute, utterly convinced he is right. until circumstances convince him otherwise. he turns from a brute into a complicated, sympathetic character, not unlike a captain america in that we wouldn’t wish him any harm, even to do so would be unwise, but we might be eager to see him get the ax. spielberg and jackson have taken an unglamorous character that somehow ends up being at the center of important things happening in the story. so it’s a real pleasure to watch sakharine and all the other characters take shape. it’s a bravura performance by daniel craig, in whom, spielberg said, the screen explodes with evil.
as for tintin, he’s a character of wonder and simplicity – each adventure revolves around a piece of the puzzle, and his character moves us because we can see it’s all part of a bigger story, cornish says. and that’s what made me want to write the part of him; to make us focus on the story again, with tintin playing the hero’s traditional role and the movie addressing the larger issues of colonialism, religion and politics head on.
in writing the book, i didn’t want it to be like a normal action movie. i wanted it to be a novel, i wanted it to be more literary. i wanted it to be a six-part story, not a three-hundred-page one. so with every subsequent movie, i got deeper into the specifics of the plot. i’ve had a lot of fun writing each of the books, and they will hopefully give fans of the original series a new sense of the tintin universe.