Watch: Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson’s “Tin Tin” Comic-Con Panel

Here’s another panel I missed at Comic-Con: Two of the greatest directors alive, Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, came to Hall H to talking about their new project, Tin Tin.

Just listening to the following clips, I would have loved to have been there.

Some of the highlights of the videos:

Spielberg: “I think that is the secret to great acting. You have to bring your imagination to the party. You gotta have a great imagination. You’ve got to bring it to the day when you’re working.”

Spielberg again: “Tin Tin does not take no for an answer and that has been the story of my life.”

They also talk about the actors working in motion-capture, how they came to the project and tons more.

Check them out below!

Videos courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Here’s highlights of the panel inside of Hall H


Spielberg and Jackson at the Comic-Con Press Conference


Spielberg, Jackson and Andy Serkis backstage

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