Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg have found a writer for their trilogy of TINTIN films, says THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. Steven Moffat wrote the scripts for the new DOCTOR WHO and BBC's JEKYLL.
Created by Herge, the comics followed the adventures of Tintin, a young globetrotting reporter, and his loyal dog Snowy. The European iconic comic has been translated into 50 languages, selling more than 200 million copies.
Kathleen Kennedy will produce the performance-capture films, which will be helmed one each by Jackson, Spielberg and a yet-to-be-announced third director.