The Adventures of Tintin has launched in Europe and there have been loads of reviews and articles in international media – The Daily Mail described it as “Spellbinding”. See the best bits at the Weta website and on Facebook.
The Art of The Adventures of Tintin book has also been released alongside the film. The book is signed by Weta Workshop lead conceptual designer on the movie, Chris Guise, and also comes with the exclusive Weta gift of Red Rackham’s Treasure Map.
Weta has announced that the World Premiere of An Unexpected Journey (The Hobbit Part 1) will have its world premiere in Wellington in late November next year!
For now you can get your own taste of Hobbiton with a Bag End Collector’s Edition from The Lord of the Rings – worth $US 250, visit wetanz.com to go in the draw.
Stephen Fry recently interviewed Peter Jackson about J.R.R. Tolkien and his use of language. Check out the Youtube clip here