For those unfamiliar with the Belgian comics, Tintin is a reporter who travels to different parts of the world with his dog Snowy and occasionally with other characters such as a sea captain called Haddock. Hergé's drawings were detailed and extremely well researched to provide readers with as much authenticity as possible while also delivering smartly-written and highly entertaining adventures. It isn't known, even by the studio probably, which of Tintin's stories will be brought to screen first, though DreamWorks is hoping for enough success with the film to turn it into a franchise.
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