flickflack news

Posted on | December 14, 2010 | 2 Comments

We are starting flickflack news that is about everything related to film. You can get an inside look at the best new movies, and we have given you links to interviews and interesting web sites to give you the behind scenes look at interesting film news.

NOTE: The DC comics’ books are about comics not movies but we have decided to include the books because there have been many DC comics turned into movies.


Learn about the new book written by Paul Levitz, 75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking: Wham! Wow!: DC Comics at 75 with Tom Ashbrook on NPR’s On Point Radio.

Book: DC Comics Year by Year: A Visual Chronicle

Book: The Sounds of Star Wars. Listen to an interview with Ben Burt about ‘The Sounds Of Star Wars,’ Now At Fans’ Fingertips on NPR’s Weekend Edition.


American Film Institute (AFI) announces top 10 movies of 2010

Upcoming Films:

Tintin-Movie-Pictures-First-Look-Captain-HaddockTintin: The Tintin comic book series is being turned into a movie, directed by blockbuster directors Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson. Due out at the theaters 2011. Learn more about Tintin on Wikipedia and in Empire Magazine.

2010_tron_legacy-wideTron Legacy: The sequel to TRON will be in theaters Friday. Visit the official website to look at games, videos, cast, characters, and everything else you can possibly imagine about the new movie, TRON Legacy. Read about it in Empire Magazine.

tumblr_lbwhwmOeRz1qz4teno1_500Pirates of the Caribbean: The fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, On Stranger Tides will be released. Watch the trailer here: http://www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=29718

Save the date:

Providence Children’s Film Festival will be in Providence February 18 – 22, 2011.

2010 Oscar Academy Awards will air on ABC on February 27, 2011. The hosts will be Anne Hathaway and James Franco.


2 Responses to “flickflack news”

  1. Papa
    December 14th, 2010 @ 9:36 pm

    Great information. I like the links in the news items.

  2. Mrs.K.
    December 23rd, 2010 @ 7:16 am

    All Mrs. K. could say is WOW! I am impressed by the thoughtfulness of the reviews and the quality and style of the writing by the reviewers. Personally, I think that the reviews of the more classic, perhaps forgotten movies, are a fantastic addition. There are many older/ classic quality movies of various genres that are worth viewing for content, cinematic technique, screenplay, and theme.
    This is a resource I have bookmarked and will visit regularly!
    Well done, Flick and Flack!

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