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First up, here's how to watch the Marvel movies in release order. Marvel films, we should note, are split into Phases, with the end of a Phase typically indicating a natural end to a story arc. The beginning of a Phase, therefore, signals the introduction of new, important characters. Below, we go through Phases 1 to 5 in release order. Yes, that includes WandaVision/Falcon and The Winter Soldier/Loki/Moon Knight/She-Hulk and so on. They're not movies, but the Disney Plus series are just as important to the overarching story.

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Watch on Disney Plus (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab)As you've probably heard, Disney Plus houses the biggest collection of Marvel movies of any streaming service, and it's a super cheap way to watch without spending a small fortune on DVDs and Blu-rays. Prices start at $6.99 / 5.99 / AU$11.99 per month (or $69.99 / 59.99 / AU$119.99 per year).

Now we're getting to the confusing bit: the multiverse. Thanks to Spider-Man: No Way Home, we have had various Spider-Man villains from through the multiverse in the MCU, and to fully understand everyone's motives and intentions in No Way Home, you need to have watched a fair few older Spider-Man movies.

These take place on three alternative timelines: one where Tobey Maguire is Spider-Man, another where Andrew Garfield is Spidey, and a third where Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock becomes the villain Venom. For a full deep dive into watching these movies, then check out our guide to how to watch the Spider-Man movies in order.

Disney Plus has changed the streaming game. A huge competitor to Netflix and Amazon Prime, Disney's entry into the online content wars has made a huge impact, bringing all of the Mouse's classic movies into one place. There are also original series, plus the majority of the Marvel movies.

That's how to watch the Marvel movies in order. So, what are you waiting for? If you haven't got Disney Plus, then here are the latest Disney Plus sign-up deals around the world. Now that the Disney Plus free trial is no more, it's the best way of getting maximum value for money.

All Dragon Ball movies were originally released in theaters in Japan, typically when the vast majority of Japanese school children are on spring and summer vacations in March and July, although it pairs up with a Dr. Slump movie, usually 60 minutes long. All of the movies have been released in the United States, and are usually released under a shorter title. Akira Toriyama, the artist who created the franchise, had little to do with the movies past some of the character designs.[citation needed] However, he is listed as the creator of the movies in the credits. In Daizenshuu 6 (released in 1995), Akira Toriyama stated that he considers the movies to be stories in a "different dimension" than the main story of the manga he created.[1] Daizenshuu 7 lists only Dead Zone and Cooler's Revenge in the main timeline.

Within The Conjuring Universe exists two separate film trilogies: The Conjuring and Annabelle. The narrative chronology of the Annabelle movies differs from their theatrical release order, so we've created this quick viewing guide to help you out.

Looking to watch more of the best Horror movies? Take a look at our guides to Netflix Horror and Horror movies on HBO Max for IGN's top picks.

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Today, Gunn and Safran finally announced the initial steps for their 10-year plan for what they are calling the DCU at a press conference and in social media posts. Four already planned DC movies are set to release in the next couple of years: Shazam! The Fury of the Gods, The Flash, Blue Beetle, and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. None of these movies are officially a part of the new DCU, and the fate of their characters after this reset remains unclear. However, they are using The Flash movie, due on June 16, to reset the timeline in the DCU and essentially wipe the slate clean.

You can also view the list sorted by title, date added (latest first), number of comments, number of reviews or rating.An RSS feed is also available, listing the latest 50 movies added to the list.

As he attempts to make his own path, John Wick faces countless enemies and shows them how dangerous he can be. There are many killers in the John Wick movies, but John carries a particularly high kill count. This was especially true in the fourth movie where John Wick himself was not even safe from death. While John loves to use his many firearms, he has also been seen to use knives, cars, his bare hands, and anything else he can get his hands on to finish off his enemies. By John Wick: Chapter 4, things had become almost a videogame, as Wick went through levels killing every enemy in his way.

With the shockingly high kill count of John Wick movies, there are some interesting statistics that come out of these numbers. John Wick faces enemies constantly, with the movies often feeling like he is running from one deadly face-off to another. As a result, there is not a lot of time elapsing between those kills. Across the three movies to date, there has been a kill on average every 1 minute and 11 seconds of the franchise. The kills per minute for each individual movie breaks down as follows:

Another interesting way to look at all of John Wick's kills is by considering the timeframe of the movies. Unique for a three-movie franchise, the John Wick trilogy to date has taken place over the course of a week. This works out to John killing an average of 42.7 people each day. The fourth movie moved forward in time, as John Wick had to recover from his injuries before killing the Elder and showing the High Table he was still alive.

Though a high body count is not always necessary to make a great action movie, Stehelski's instincts were right. By making John a deadlier character and building this mythology around him, the John Wick movies have become one of the most surprising action franchises in recent memory.

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AmazonBut the Star Wars order gets more tricky when you add in the TV shows like Clone Wars, Rebels, The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. Disney Plus has all the Star Wars movies (in 4K too), as well as the shows and breakaway standalone shorts and animations.

If you want to watch the Star Wars movies and shows in order, you have a few options. Some claim there are five different orders you can watch the Star Wars saga in, but there are a few widely accepted preferred ways.

The Star Wars movies in chronological order sets the movies in a real timeline so you experience the story as it would unfold for the characters. Below, we have every Star Wars movie as well as the spin-offs. If you start the movies in this order you could watch them in a weekend.

Pros: If you choose to watch the Star Wars movies in chronological order, you'll be living the story along with the characters, following the official chronology of the series. We've used New Hope as the central point to work out the timeline here.

Pros: Enjoying Star Wars by release date, aka the purist way, means you watch the movies in the same order they originally came out in cinemas. After all, this is how most Star Wars fans experienced the intergalactic saga in the first place.

Cons: However, George Lucas made more than a few tweaks to the original trilogy following the release of the prequels, and has been vocal about watching them by in-movie chronology instead. Also, thanks to the advent of spin-off movies and TV shows watching this way means you might end up jumping around the story a bit.

When Disney bought Lucasfilm it also meant that the Expanded Universe was reset, in plain terms it meant all the movies, animation and shows that had built up in the background were now not canon. The Prequel Trilogy, Original Trilogy and The Clone Wars animation all remain canon. Of course, Disney has added to the canon and more than replaced what was taken away. This will take you far longer than a weekend.

Pros: The idea of this ordering is to watch the original two Star Wars movies and then, after the shock reveals at the end of Empire Strikes Back that Darth Vader is Luke Skywalker's father, jump back to the prequel trilogy to fill in the background of Anakin Skywalker. After Revenge of the Sith, you then return to watch Return of the Jedi, adding new depth to Vader and Luke's final clash without disrupting the big twists of the story.

Cons: The obvious downside is that it's difficult to fit the newer Star Wars movies and TV series into this structure - probably the best way to watch them in this version is in production order following Return of the Jedi - so it may not be for everyone. 041b061a72


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