The Adventures of Tintin

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $77,591,831Details
International Box Office $296,402,120
Worldwide Box Office $373,993,951
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $15,332,476 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $11,469,696 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $26,802,172
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Tintin is a young reporter whose relentless pursuit of a good story thrusts him into a world of high adventure.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
75% - Certified Fresh
Audience
74% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$130,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 21st, 2011 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
December 21st, 2011 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: March 13th, 2012 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for adventure action violence, some drunkenness and brief smoking.
(Rating bulletin 2194, 10/19/2011)
Franchise: Tintin
Keywords: Addiction, Animal Lead, Same Actor, Multiple Roles, Twins, Pirates, Treasure Hunters, Family Movie, 3-D, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Wingnut Films, The Kennedy/Marshall Company

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Cast

Jamie Bell    Tintin
Andy Serkis    Captain Haddock/Sir Francis Haddock
Daniel Craig    Red Rackham
Nick Frost    Thomson
Simon Pegg    Thompson
Toby Jones    Silk
Mackenzie Crook    Ernie
Daniel Mays    Allan
Gad Elmaleh    Ben Salaad
Tony Curran    Lieutenant Delacourt

Production and Technical Credits

Executive Producer    Ken Kamins
Executive Producer    Nick Rodwell
Executive Producer    Stephane Sperry
Producer    Steven Spielberg
Producer    Peter Jackson
Producer    Kathleen Kennedy
Based on the comic book series "The Adventures of Tintin"    Herge
Screenwriter    Steven Moffat
Screenwriter    Edgar Wright
Director    Steven Spielberg
Screenwriter    Joe Cornish
Editor    Michael Kahn
Composer    John Williams
Art Director    Andrew Jones
Art Director    Jeff Wisniewski
Costume Designer    Lesley Berkes-Harding
Sound Mixer    Rod Judkins
Sound Designer    Dave Whitehead
Supervising Sound Editor    Chris Ward
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Hedges
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Animation Supervisor    Jamie Beard
Visual Effects Supervisor    Joe Letteri
Visual Effects Supervisor    Scott E. Anderson
Stunt Coordinator    Garrett Warren
Assistant Director    Adam Somner
Casting Director    Scot Boland
Casting Director    Victoria Burrows
Casting Director    Jina Jay

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/12/21 5 $2,302,020   3,087 $746   $5,577,020 1
2011/12/22 5 $2,431,003 +6% 3,087 $787   $8,008,023 2
2011/12/23 5 $3,519,175 +45% 3,087 $1,140   $11,527,198 3
2011/12/24 5 $2,436,040 -31% 3,087 $789   $13,963,238 4
2011/12/25 7 $3,765,778 +55% 3,087 $1,220   $17,729,016 5
2011/12/26 6 $5,415,136 +44% 3,087 $1,754   $23,144,152 6
2011/12/27 4 $4,632,059 -14% 3,087 $1,501   $27,776,211 7
2011/12/28 5 $4,147,004 -10% 3,087 $1,343   $31,923,215 8
2011/12/29 5 $4,115,772 -1% 3,087 $1,333   $36,038,987 9
2011/12/30 7 $4,405,247 +7% 3,087 $1,427   $40,444,234 10
2011/12/31 7 $3,407,793 -23% 3,087 $1,104   $43,852,027 11
2012/01/01 7 $3,623,120 +6% 3,087 $1,174   $47,475,147 12
2012/01/02 5 $3,925,303 +8% 3,087 $1,272   $51,400,450 13
2012/01/03 5 $1,707,277 -57% 3,087 $553   $53,107,727 14
2012/01/04 6 $1,146,601 -33% 3,087 $371   $54,254,328 15
2012/01/05 6 $1,025,947 -11% 3,087 $332   $55,280,275 16
2012/01/06 8 $1,756,685 +71% 3,006 $584   $57,036,960 17
2012/01/07 8 $2,983,264 +70% 3,006 $992   $60,020,224 18
2012/01/08 8 $1,987,791 -33% 3,006 $661   $62,008,015 19
2012/01/09 8 $400,367 -80% 3,006 $133   $62,408,382 20
2012/01/10 7 $538,594 +35% 3,006 $179   $62,946,976 21
2012/01/11 8 $389,672 -28% 3,006 $130   $63,336,648 22
2012/01/12 8 $368,558 -5% 3,006 $123   $63,705,206 23
2012/01/13 - $838,447 +127% 2,073 $404   $64,543,653 24
2012/01/14 12 $1,717,463 +105% 2,073 $828   $66,261,116 25
2012/01/15 12 $1,479,114 -14% 2,073 $714   $67,740,230 26
2012/01/16 8 $1,589,756 +7% 2,073 $767   $69,329,986 27
2012/01/17 12 $310,251 -80% 2,073 $150   $69,640,237 28
2012/01/18 13 $217,365 -30% 2,073 $105   $69,857,602 29
2012/01/19 12 $244,563 +13% 2,073 $118   $70,102,165 30
2012/01/20 - $456,383 +87% 1,340 $341   $70,558,548 31
2012/01/21 - $1,090,265 +139% 1,340 $814   $71,648,813 32
2012/01/22 14 $672,193 -38% 1,340 $502   $72,321,006 33
2012/01/23 - $170,510 -75% 1,340 $127   $72,491,516 34
2012/01/24 - $171,149 n/c 1,340 $128   $72,662,665 35
2012/01/25 - $123,900 -28% 1,340 $92   $72,786,565 36
2012/01/26 - $138,176 +12% 1,340 $103   $72,924,741 37
2012/01/27 - $293,107 +112% 702 $418   $73,217,848 38
2012/01/28 - $608,576 +108% 702 $867   $73,826,424 39
2012/01/29 - $441,853 -27% 702 $629   $74,268,277 40
2012/01/30 - $86,057 -81% 702 $123   $74,354,334 41
2012/01/31 - $103,727 +21% 702 $148   $74,458,061 42
2012/02/01 - $79,235 -24% 702 $113   $74,537,296 43
2012/02/02 - $76,843 -3% 702 $109   $74,614,139 44
2012/02/03 - $174,042 +126% 486 $358   $74,788,181 45
2012/02/04 - $359,958 +107% 486 $741   $75,148,139 46
2012/02/05 - $175,180 -51% 486 $360   $75,323,319 47
2012/02/06 - $47,705 -73% 486 $98   $75,371,024 48
2012/02/07 - $66,438 +39% 486 $137   $75,437,462 49
2012/02/08 - $45,944 -31% 486 $95   $75,483,406 50
2012/02/09 - $48,052 +5% 486 $99   $75,531,458 51
2012/02/10 - $69,808 +45% 257 $272   $75,601,266 52
2012/02/11 - $156,473 +124% 257 $609   $75,757,739 53
2012/02/12 - $113,747 -27% 257 $443   $75,871,486 54
2012/02/13 - $26,366 -77% 257 $103   $75,897,852 55
2012/02/14 - $49,005 +86% 257 $191   $75,946,857 56
2012/02/15 - $22,806 -53% 257 $89   $75,969,663 57
2012/02/16 - $31,653 +39% 257 $123   $76,001,316 58
2012/02/17 - $89,473 +183% 303 $295   $76,090,789 59
2012/02/18 - $164,687 +84% 303 $544   $76,255,476 60
2012/02/19 - $135,694 -18% 303 $448   $76,391,170 61
2012/02/20 - $138,345 +2% 303 $457   $76,529,515 62
2012/02/21 - $39,728 -71% 303 $131   $76,569,243 63
2012/02/22 - $28,357 -29% 303 $94   $76,597,600 64
2012/02/23 - $29,154 +3% 303 $96   $76,626,754 65
2012/02/24 - $67,543 +132% 272 $248   $76,694,297 66
2012/02/25 - $127,870 +89% 272 $470   $76,822,167 67
2012/02/26 - $79,575 -38% 272 $293   $76,901,742 68
2012/02/27 - $18,702 -76% 272 $69   $76,920,444 69
2012/02/28 - $22,629 +21% 272 $83   $76,943,073 70
2012/02/29 - $18,636 -18% 272 $69   $76,961,709 71
2012/03/01 - $19,133 +3% 272 $70   $76,980,842 72
2012/03/02 - $41,572 +117% 215 $193   $77,022,414 73
2012/03/03 - $90,424 +118% 215 $421   $77,112,838 74
2012/03/04 - $54,319 -40% 215 $253   $77,167,157 75
2012/03/05 - $16,788 -69% 215 $78   $77,183,945 76
2012/03/06 - $22,030 +31% 215 $102   $77,205,975 77
2012/03/07 - $16,529 -25% 215 $77   $77,222,504 78
2012/03/08 - $21,232 +28% 215 $99   $77,243,736 79
2012/03/09 - $33,221 +56% 153 $217   $77,276,957 80
2012/03/10 - $63,297 +91% 153 $414   $77,340,254 81
2012/03/11 - $44,413 -30% 153 $290   $77,384,667 82
2012/03/12 - $20,571 -54% 153 $134   $77,405,238 83
2012/03/13 - $29,186 +42% 153 $191   $77,434,424 84
2012/03/14 - $24,700 -15% 153 $161   $77,459,124 85
2012/03/15 - $24,639 n/c 153 $161   $77,483,763 86
2012/03/16 - $24,822 +1% 123 $202   $77,508,585 87
2012/03/17 - $31,467 +27% 123 $256   $77,540,052 88
2012/03/18 - $23,985 -24% 123 $195   $77,564,037 89
2012/03/19 - $5,514 -77% 123 $45   $77,569,551 90
2012/03/20 - $7,171 +30% 123 $58   $77,576,722 91
2012/03/21 - $8,278 +15% 123 $67   $77,585,000 92
2012/03/22 - $6,831 -17% 123 $56   $77,591,831 93

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/12/23 5 $9,720,993   3,087 $3,149   $17,729,016 5
2011/12/30 7 $11,436,160 +18% 3,087 $3,705   $47,475,147 12
2012/01/06 8 $6,727,740 -41% 3,006 $2,238   $62,008,015 19
2012/01/13 12 $4,035,024 -40% 2,073 $1,946   $67,740,230 26
2012/01/20 18 $2,218,841 -45% 1,340 $1,656   $72,321,006 33
2012/01/27 21 $1,343,536 -39% 702 $1,914   $74,268,277 40
2012/02/03 24 $709,180 -47% 486 $1,459   $75,323,319 47
2012/02/10 29 $340,028 -52% 257 $1,323   $75,871,486 54
2012/02/17 25 $389,854 +15% 303 $1,287   $76,391,170 61
2012/02/24 28 $274,988 -29% 272 $1,011   $76,901,742 68
2012/03/02 31 $186,315 -32% 215 $867   $77,167,157 75
2012/03/09 34 $140,931 -24% 153 $921   $77,384,667 82
2012/03/16 43 $80,274 -43% 123 $653   $77,564,037 89

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/18/20123407,328 407,328$6,309,511$6,309,5111
3/25/20126159,625-61% 566,953$2,665,738$8,975,2482
4/1/2012872,441-55% 639,394$1,225,702$10,200,9503
4/8/20129103,990+44% 743,384$1,499,536$11,700,4864
4/15/20121934,657-67% 778,041$622,093$12,322,5795
4/22/20122132,305-7% 810,346$569,214$12,891,7936
4/29/20121532,460n/c842,806$577,463$13,469,2567
5/20/20122913,341 888,419$198,514$14,153,34210

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/18/20121206,791 206,791$4,547,334$4,547,3341
3/25/2012563,955-69% 270,746$1,477,349$6,024,6832
4/1/2012637,090-42% 307,835$852,690$6,877,3733
4/8/2012654,848+48% 362,683$1,066,801$7,944,1744
4/15/20121513,714-75% 376,398$342,040$8,286,2145
4/29/20121211,796 390,939$290,893$8,644,7997

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