Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn Easter Eggs

pic Mr T?! - 8.0/10 with 1 votes
Okay, this movie isn'nt on DVD yet, I saw this in the cinema, so obviously you can't pause it (this makes this egg a bit harder to notice).

At the part when Lady Castofiore is entering the courtyard of the Sultan of Baghar, look at the audience. You... more
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Destination Moon - 7.0/10 with 1 votes
In the beginning credits Tintin travels up a slope in the foreground, centering your attention to him. Unnoticed in the background lies the rocket from The Adventures Of Tintin: Destination Moon. The rocket is a popular part of Tintin fandom.

Hergé's Cameo - 6.0/10 with 1 votes
At the beginning of the movie, the artist painting Tintin is none other than Hergé. In fact, Hergé used to draw himself in his comic books, making cameo appearances. It is good to see MM. Jackson and Spielberg kept that spirit on for the movie.

Sumatran Rat-Monkey - 6.0/10 with 1 votes
In the scene where Tintin meets Haddock, Snowy jumps through the window and lands on the table, frightening the Captain. Haddock jumps back and yells, "A giant rat of Sumatra!" This is a reference to Peter Jackson's "Braindead." It should be noted that... more

Book References - 5.0/10 with 1 votes
In the beginning of the movie the man painting Tintin (and painting him as seen in the books) is the man who wrote the books (the character, not the voice). More obvious is the background, containing paintings of other Tintin characters.
Toward the end... more

A Nod to E.T. - 5.0/10 with 1 votes
Toward the end of the animated opening credits of the film, we see Tin Tin's typewriter. As the shot moves toward the paper being typed on, the camera zooms over the the typewriter keys and two keys are "typed" by invisible fingers: E and T. What ends... more

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