At first I thought Cool!
I grew up reading Tintin comics along with my older brother/brothers, and every time we went to the library we'd check out whichever worn and tattered copy there was, some of the more popular ones or the rarer stories were never there and we'd feel so lucky if we could borrow one.
Same thing at our school libraries, both in Primary school and High school. And I think one of the rarer stories that was always hard to find ont he shelf, was "The Secret of the Unicorn", (and before you get excited, it's the name of a boat, not a real Unicorn, but I still get sucked in by symantics of the title) which is the story they have chosen to make into an animated movie.
But if you haven't already checked out the trailer, you might NOT want to.
Maybe it's because I'm pretty sick with the flu right now but check out my reaction:
Sorry, but it's bad enough as it is in it's pastey, semi realistic mash with cartoon styled gravity defying animation. I felt a little nauseous watching the trailer through and by the time it got to the end and revealed "see it in 3D!!!", I almost retched.