If you see the name "Tintin" and go Who?, don't worry, you're probably just an American. The original comic strip by Belgian artist Hergé, about a young globetrotting investigative reporter, his dog Snowy and his gallery of strange allies and enemies, remains iconic the world over, particularly in its native Europe. In fact, appropriate kudos should be handed out straight away to Spielberg and Jackson for attaching themselves to an interesting property that may prove a hard sell to North American audiences.
'The Adventures of Tintin' was already an enormous international hit by the time it opened here on Wednesday. Which is good because the Steven Spielberg family-friendly action tale earned only an estimated $9.1 million at the domestic box office over the weekend (finishing at No. 5) and $17.1 million total in North America for the week. That's about what was expected, given American audiences' lack of familiarity with the European comic-book adventurer. Having already earned $239 million overseas, the makers of 'Tintin' probably aren't too disappointed.
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