So, if you are new to Star Wars and have never seen any of the films EVER! then maybe this is the order in which you should watch the Star Wars Saga. This is entirely my opinion, I'm not hating on the prequels or jumping on any "prequels are crap" bandwagon, I love the prequels, I think theres some great moments in the prequel trilogy, E.g Darth Maul! Easily one of the best Star Wars baddies. In the list are the Saga films Episodes 1 - 7, I do not watch The Clone Wars or Star Wars Rebels, though I did watch Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion, I thought that was pretty good. It had the original Star Wars feel to it. So, check out below which order to watch the Star Wars films.
ROBERT DOWNEY Jr. JOINS THE CAST OF SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING
Robert Downey Jr., who plays the red-and-gold-armored Marvel character, has closed a deal to join the cast of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Marvel and Sony’s reboot of the web-crawling superhero, sources tell THR.
Tom Holland will star as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and is making his debut as the character in Civil War.
The movie establishes a key relationship between Tony Stark/Iron Man and Parker, and Homecoming will continue that thread.
Homecoming has been casting up ahead of its June start of production. Marisa Tomei will play Aunt May, while Zendaya is one of the female leads. Tony Revolori, who starred opposite Ralph Fiennes in The Grand Budapest Hotel, and Laura Harrier, who appeared in the soap opera One Life to Live, are also boarding the production, which is being produced by Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal.
Sony has held the rights to Spider-Man since the 1990s, but its recent outings with the character proved unpopular with fans and critics despite relatively strong box office. Meanwhile, Marvel built itself up as a movie studio, reacquiring the rights of many of the characters it had licensed out in the 1990s, and then was bought by Disney. Spider-Man was one of a handful of characters that eluded Marvel.
Last year, however, Sony execs invited Marvel to come in and handle the character, in an effort to restore him to his former glory. One of the ways Marvel is doing that is by introducing Holland as Spider-Man in Civil Warbefore he goes on to his own movie series.
But with Downey’s boarding, it appears that Marvel will continue to keep Spider-Man close not just creatively but also literally; Iron Man and Spider-Man appearing together in Homecoming keeps the Sony movies strongly tied to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its films released by Disney.
Downey and his industrialist hero have been cornerstones of Marvel’s film slate even though unlike his other co-stars he has not signed the studio’s complicated multipic deals. His last renegotiation included his appearing in Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2, as well as Civil War. His appearance in Homecoming required another round of negotiations. It is unclear whether that is to appear in just Homecoming or subsequent installments as well.
Surf’s up! Days after the Season 2 Premiere that solidified Fear the Walking Dead as the No. 2 show on cable (behind only The Walking Dead) and the No. 7 show in all of television – cable and broadcast – among adults 18-49 this season, AMC announced that it has renewed the series for a third season of 16 episodes, airing in 2017. The network also announced that it had renewed the live aftershow Talking Dead: Fear, hosted by Chris Hardwick, for another season.
“What Dave Erickson and Robert Kirkman have invented in Fear The Walking Dead is to be applauded,” said Charlie Collier, president of AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios. “Watching Los Angeles crumble through the eyes of our characters and seeing each make decisions and try to figure out the rules of their new world – it’s fresh, eerie and compelling and we’re all in for the ride. As Victor Strand observed, ‘The only way to survive a mad world is to embrace the madness.’ We thank the millions of fans for embracing this mad world and look forward to sailing far into the future.” Fear the Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9/8c on AMC. Sign up for the Fear the Walking DeadInsiders Club to get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox.
Christopher McQuarrie, who wrote the screenplay for the first film, will also pen the sequel, with Doug Liman onboard to direct once again. It was originally reported that McQuarrie would be directing the sequel, but the writer later denied it. McQuarrie is also currently working on the sixth Mission Impossible movie, which will star Cruise in the main role. Both Blunt and Cruise are rumored to return, but neither have confirmed or denied reports.