Earlier today, ComingSoon.net had a chance to talk to director Steven Spielberg from the set of next summer’s highly-anticipated Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, starring Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf, Cate Blanchett, Ray Winstone, Karen Allen, John Hurt and Jim Broadbent, and he talked about his other projects in the works like Tintin and the Transformers sequel.
Spielberg told us they are going to be multiple “Transformers” films that the hot young actor is signed on to do and that thereâ€™s already a story for the second one, but production depends on the pending writerâ€™s strike.
In addition to Transformers, the industrious director talked about Tintin, a project heâ€™s working on with Peter Jackson, based on the popular graphic novels by Belgian artist HergÃ©. He said that as of now there are only two directors with Jackson directing the first installment, himself directing the second movie, and if they donâ€™t hire another director, the two would co-direct the third. Jackson will shoot his movie in New Zealand and Spielberg will shoot in the States, and Spielberg said the two are very collaborative and that the film will be using motion-capture, which is still new to him.
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Source: Heather Newgen, ComingSoon.net