Tintin may not be a household name in America, but he soon will be if Steven Spielberg has anything to say about it.
The intrepid journalist with the ginger coif is finally getting his big-screen closeup in the form of a 3-D animated blockbuster, courtesy of Hollywood's most successful storyteller.
At a press gathering in New York City last weekend, Spielberg, Tintin's real-life alter-ego Jamie Bell, and Nick Frost, who plays the bumbling detective Thompson, talked to E! News about what to expect from the long-awaited flick, which has been compared to Indiana Jones.
Here's what they had to say: