Marvel undoubtedly, provides Hollywood with more money. Since the debut of the MCU along with Iron Man in 2008, Marvel films have got in billions of dollars of assets. Some films like Avengers: Infinity War made billions of dollars for their theatrical running. There is some film unable to stick to gold.
From Howard the Duck already made a big screen debut in 1986, Marvel also collaborated with other studios and eventually with its own to fetch some of its classic comic book superheroes to life on the big screen. As other companies already own the rights of some of Marvel’s properties, characters along with the Marvel universe just featured in twice as many films as DC. The collection contains the Avengers, Spider-Man, the X-Men, and many more.
Here is the list of Marvel films ranked by Box Office:
68. The Punisher (1989)
Box Office Collection: $533,411
Punisher is mainly a late ’80s film that contained bad dialogues, a Chessy plot, and many unforgettable moments. In this film, we will see Dolph Lungren just driving the film.
67. Man-Thing (2005)
Box Office Collection: $1,123,136
Man-Thing is basically straight to the Syfy Channel in the States, however, it had done to get a small release in Europe.
66. Punisher: War Zone (2008)
Box Office Collection: $10,100, 036
On reaching the top, ultra-violent Punisher: War Zone had not gotten as much response as it was hoped for, even with the Punisher just spinning from the chandelier, and shooting the people.
65. The New Mutants (2020)
Box Office Collection: $49,169,594
The New Mutants were mainly a series got delays before the COVID-19 pandemic happened even with more.
64. The Punisher (2004)
Box Office Collection: $54,700,105
Thomas Jane also played Frank Castle in this highly anticipated 2004 film, which also got mixed reviews along with WWE wrestler Kevin Nash playing one of the villains.
63. Elektra (2005)
Box Office Collection: $56, 681,566
Now, spinning out of 2003’s daredevil, Jennifer Garner is featured as the incredible Elektra having this critically panned film.
62. Howard the Duck (1986)
Box Office Collection: $37, 962,774
People may remember some glimpse from Howard the Duck: Lea Thompson doing sex with the titular character with a topless female duck. The film was quite weird.
61. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2012)
Box Office Collection: $132, 563,930
The Ghost Rider sequel had not conquered American moviegoers like the rest of the world, with the major of the box office coming from other countries.
60. Morbius (2022)
Box Office Collection: $163,865,530
Morbius is the first Sony/ Marvel release of the year, people had not clamored for getting to the theater to watch this one.
59. Blade: Trinity (2004)
Box Office Collection: $128,905,366
The third and the final Blade movie already had some incredible characters collaborating with the famed Nightstalker to hunt the vampires.
58. Fantastic Four (2015)
Box Office Collection: $167,977,596
We can say that last year’s Fantastic Four was quite a mess that still managed to pull in more than $100 million from the rest of the world.
57. Blade (1998)
Box Office Collection: $131, 183,530
The blade was mainly the movie that just kicked off from the comic book film craze and has been running for 18 years now.
56. Blade II (2002)
Box Office Collection: $155, 010, 032
The Blade sequel responded well and also helped the studios to attract a mass audience have a thirst for superheroes.
55. Daredevil (2003)
Box Office Collection: $179,179,718
The story of the only superhero movie that features a battle on a see-saw had not had a great reach for the international market.
54. X-men: Dark Phoenix (2019)
Box Office Collection: $252,442,974
This is the fourth film in the second X-Men franchise that has failed for impressing the critics and also the fans.
53. Ghost Rider (2007)
Box Office Collection: $228,738,596
In this Ghost Rider sequel, we will see Johnny Blaze in the comic book fans for considering like a completely unforgettable film.
52. Ant-Man And The Wasp (2018)
Box Office Collection: $284,015, 699
Ant-Man And The wasp just attracted over 4160 million just on the opening weekend.
51. The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Box Office Collection: $263, 427, 551
The Incredible hulk becomes the second film in MCU. The film was the only film in which Edward Norton was played by Bruce Banner.
50. Hulk (2003)
Box Office Collection: $245,360,480
Ang Lee’s Hulk was seriously stylized and very ambitious. It had done well across the world and also got mixed reviews.
49. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007)
Box Office Collection: $289,047,763
The Fantastic Four sequel has a bit from the comic roots and may be added a bit too much with humor for the liking of the purists.
48. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
Box Office Collection: $375,540,831
Spider-Verse also got the 2019 academy award for the Best Animated Feature Film.
47. X-men: First Class (2011)
Box Office Collection: $353,624, 124
The 2011 X-men movie comes back in time for the ’70s to examine how the first X-Men team arrived together.
46. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
Box Office Collection: $370,569,774
Chris Evans made their debut as Steve Rogers in this World War II movie, that has featured a CG’ed Evans for making him look scrawny.
45. Fantastic Four (2005)
Box Office Collection: $330,579,719
This Fox’s Fantastic Four unveiled the world to the famed comic book family and also was very big that hit overseas like in America.
44. X-Men (2000)
Box Office Collection: $296,339,527
Hugh Jackman made his debut as Wolverine in 2000’s X-Men.
43. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
Box Office Collection: $373,062,864
Although many people consider it to be the worst of all the X-Men films, X-Men Origins: Wolverine still pulled in more money than the first X-Men movie.
42. Black Widow (2021)
Box Office Collection: $379,751,655
Black Widow was delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic and also saw a release on Disney+ at the same time as theaters.
41. Eternals (2021)
Box Office Collection: $402,064,899
Eternals was Marvel’s first team movie of Phase 4, introducing a whole slew of new characters to fans.
40. The Wolverine (2013)
Box Office Collection: $414,828,246
The sequel to the worst X-Men film did a bit better, but mainly because it resonated more with a global audience.
39. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)
Box Office Collection: $432,243,292
Shang-Chi was released in theaters as theaters across the world were slowly starting to reopen.
38. Thor (2011)
Box Office Collection: $449,439,994
The god of thunder got his own solo film in 2011, which did very well overseas.
37. Thor: Love And Thunder
Box Office Collection: $499,856,641
The fourth installment of the Thor franchise sees Taika Waititi return to direct. The film’s opening weekend pulled in over $300 million.
36. Ant-Man (2015)
Box Office Collection: $519,250,779
Once again, the world market came out in droves to see another Marvel film, which featured a superhero who controls ants.
35. X2: X-Men United (2003)
Box Office Collection: $407,711,549
X2 had some of the coolest scenes in all of the X-Men franchise.
34. Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021)
Box Office Collection: $506,863,592
While it didn’t have the same draw as the first movie, Let There Be Carnage still did fairly well–and it was also released during the pandemic.
33. X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
Box Office Collection: $534,619,896
The latest X-Men film made the bulk of its money overseas.
32. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
Box Office Collection: $459,359,555
The final–and worst–of the original X-Men trilogy brought in the most money.
31. Logan (2017)
Box Office Collection: $616,189,858
Fox tries its hand at another Rated R comic book film, featuring Logan slashing his way through everyone.
30. Iron Man (2008)
Box Office Collection: $585,174,222
Iron Man was the movie that kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Even though–at the time–mass audiences weren’t very familiar with the character, it was still a box office success.
29. Thor: The Dark World (2013)
Box Office Collection: $644,783,140
Thor: The Dark World wasn’t a critical hit, but it did bring in around $180 million more than the first film.
28. Big Hero 6 (2014)
Box Office Collection: $657,127,828
While Big Hero 6 was a gigantic departure from the source material, this animated feature from Disney did great in the States and even better worldwide.
27. Doctor Strange (2016)
Box Office Collection: $670,042,595
Doctor Strange did decently in the United States, but it made the bulk of its money internationally.
26. Iron Man 2 (2010)
Box Office Collection: $623,933,331
The follow-up to Iron Man did exceptionally well across the globe.
25. Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
Box Office Collection: $708,982,323
Amazing Spider-Man 2 may not have been a huge hit in the States, but it killed overseas.
24. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
Box Office Collection: $714,766,572
One of Marvel’s best solo superhero films, Winter Solider made the bulk of its money overseas.
23. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)
Box Office Collection: $715,711,302
Almost two weeks after its release, Doctor Strange is inching closer and closer to the $1 billion mark.
22. Deadpool 2 (2018)
Box Office Collection: $730,993,337
Deadpool 2 didn’t make as much its opening weekend but still had a good weekend.
21. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
Box Office Collection: $748,121,534
The time-traveling sequel to X-Men: First Class did very well.
20. Deadpool (2016)
Box Office Collection: $782,603,445
As a surprise to many people, an R-rated superhero film did very well at the box office.
19. Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
Box Office Collection: $774,176,60
Many moviegoers consider Guardians of the Galaxy to be the best team movie Marvel has put out to date. Sorry, Avengers.
18. Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
Box Office Collection: $757,930,663
The Spider-Man reboot wasn’t as great as fans hoped, but it still did well at the box office.
17. Thor: Ragnarök (2017)
Box Office Collection: $853,471,734
The third installment in the Thor series raked in over $100 million on its opening weekend in the United States.
16. Venom (2018)
Box Office Collection: $855,013,954
Critically, it was a bomb, but Venom still pulled in over $800 million.
15. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
Box Office Collection: $863,563,831
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is turning out to be a hit. Star-Lord learns his father is from the stars and more than just a humanoid.
14. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
Box Office Collection: $880,166,924
The first Spider-Man film to exist within the Marvel Cinematic Universe had a good opening weekend, pulling in $117 million. It still has a long way to go to catch up with Sam Raimi’s films from the last decade.
13. Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Box Office Collection: $783,766,341
Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man follow-up also did great.
12. Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Box Office Collection: $890,871,626
While Spider-Man 3 made a ton of money, it’s considered to be a terrible film.
11. Spider-Man (2002)
Box Office Collection: $821,708,551
Spider-Man was the first Marvel film to reach a billion dollars when adjusted for inflation and held quite a few other records.
10. Captain Marvel (2019)
Box Office Collection: $1,120,068,018
Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie took in $153 million on its opening weekend.
9. Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)
Box Office Collection: $1,131,927,996
The Homecoming follow-up exceeded expectations, as Peter and their friends headed to Europe.
8. Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Box Office Collection: $1,151,852,525
The latest Captain America film has heroes fighting heroes, so of course, people went to the movie in droves.
7. Iron Man 3 (2013)
Box Office Collection: $1,215,439,994
The final Iron Man film did exceptionally well.
6. Black Panther (2018)
Box Office Collection: $1,346,148,876
Black Panther made close to $200 million on its opening weekend, setting a box office record for a movie opening in February. It hit a new record after the weekend of March 10 as it made $1 billion worldwide.
5. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Box Office Collection: $1,405,035,767
The Avengers sequel pulled in almost a billion dollars overseas alone.
4. Avengers (2012)
Box Office Collection: $1,518,594,910
Finally, sitting pretty at the top spot is the first Avengers film.
3. Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)
Box Office Collection: $1,892,667,830
After Spider-Man’s identity become revealed, peter asks Doctor Strange for help. While a spell takes a wrong turn, the dangerous foes from the multiverse have started to come and forcing Peter to discover what truly means to be Spider-Man. To date, No Way Home is the most successful Sony/Marvel movie released.
2. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
Box Office Collection: $2,042,198,866
In its opening weekend, Infinity War pulled in more than half a billion dollars.
1. Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Box Office Collection: $2,614,805,870
Avengers Endgame gained $169 million on its opening day, internationally. Over the first weekend, it made $1.2 billion, which is a new record for weekend gross.
A big thanks for the source.
Read: Here is the list of All the Best Movies by Rowan Atkinson as of 2022