Is Hollywood’s next big adventure: “Tintin in Culver City”?
After months of deal-making turmoil, the elaborate, two-film “Tintin” series planned by the directors Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson may find its financiers in a partnership being forged by Sony Pictures Entertainment and Paramount Pictures.
Sony, the Culver City, Calif.-based parent of Columbia Pictures, is in advanced negotiations toward a deal to co-finance the films with Paramount, its Hollywood-based rival. The talks were described by people who were briefed on them, and who spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid conflict among the parties.
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