Optimists are still waiting for a sequel, which we guaranteed but never got

Based on the level of talent on both sides of the camera, the critical acclaim the film received, the numbers it garnered at the box office, and the recognition it received during awards season, the fact is The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn Existing as a standalone blockbuster is a head-scratcher, especially when a sequel was as good as promised.

Finally, we’re talking about a fast-paced adventure created using cutting-edge performance capture technology, directed by Steven Spielberg, produced by Peter Jackson and Kathleen Kennedy, co-written by Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish, with a star-studded ensemble cast that takes the legendary comic series of the same name brought to life.

We haven’t even mentioned $374 million at the box office, identical Rotten Tomatoes scores of 74 percent from critics and viewers, a Golden Globe win for Best Animated Feature, and an Oscar nomination for Best Original Score. Jackson planned to take over Spielberg and direct the second part once he was done with it The Hobbitbut then the trail went ice cold.

The Adventures of Tintin
via Paramount

Eventually, the intrepid reporter’s next outing was slated for the holiday season of 2015, but eventually all plans were put on hold for what felt like an eternity. Jamie Bell only admitted a few months ago that he would like to reprise the role, and he’s not the only one who would like to see another role Tintin.

Fans on Reddit have gotten in exactly the same boat as the main man, but we’d advise you not to hold your breath considering that 11 years have passed. Then again, it’s been eight years since Jackson directed a feature film, so maybe Tintin 2 is just the right project to get your creative juices flowing again.

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Lindsay Lowe

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