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All Time Most Profitable Marvel Movies

Avengers: Endgame has overtaken Avatar as the most profitable marvel movie of all time. In July, Marvel Studios re-released Endgame in cinemas with several minutes of additional content to enhance this endeavor, bringing the film’s total to $2.79 billion. Avatar, James Cameron’s 2009 blockbuster, grossed $2.788 billion.

Clearly, Endgame is also the most profitable movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Endgame grossed an astounding $356 million in North America and more over $1.2 billion globally in its first weekend. The film grossed more money in its first weekend than any other picture in history, and its opening day was the biggest earning of all time.

Endgame is the eighth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to gross $1 billion in the United States. Captain Marvel was the most recent Marvel film to achieve that milestone. According to Comscore, the picture starring Brie Larson had the sixth-highest earning premiere weekend globally, and it also made the top ten on this list. It remains to be seen if Spider-Man: Far From Home, the most recent addition in the MCU, will surpass the $1 billion mark.

Profitable is one of the many terms that can be used to characterize the massive MCU. Each of the MCU’s 22 previous films has grossed more than $100 million in the United States. The top three highest-grossing Marvel films of all time are also among the top 10 highest-grossing films of all time in the United States.

Here’s how much money each Marvel movie in the MCU grossed in the United States and globally, ranked by foreign grosses from lowest to highest, using statistics from Box Office Mojo.

The Incredible Hulk (number 23) (2008)

The Incredible Hulk

Total domestic gross worldwide: $134,806,913

Total global revenue: $263,427,551.

The Incredible Hulk is widely regarded as one of the most disappointing Marvel films, with the second-worst Rotten Tomatoes rating of any MCU film, and its box office results bear this up. The film, which starred Edward Norton (rather than Mark Ruffalo, who took up the character in 2012’s The Avengers), failed not make the top ten of its year’s releases, finishing at No. 17 domestically in 2008.

Captain America: The First Avenger (film) (2011)

Captain America: The First Avenger 2011

Total domestic gross revenue: $176,654,505

Total global revenue: $370,569,774

Captain America: The First Avenger introduces Steve Rogers (Chris Evans). Each of the two succeeding Captain America films exceeded the first, therefore this film’s dismal performance simply served as a foundation for the next two pictures, which did much better in theaters: each subsequent film actually twice the prior film’s revenue.

Thor 21. (2011)

Thor 2011

Total domestic gross revenue: $181,030,624

Total global revenue: $449,326,618

Though Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) origin tale did not do well at the box office, it did outperform the hit romantic comedy Bridesmaids in May of 2011. Despite mainly good reviews from reviewers, the film’s sales dropped quicker than Iron Man’s. Thor, like Ant-Man, was not popular with the general audience at the time.

Ant-Man 20. (2015)

Ant-Man 2015

Walt Disney Company’s total domestic revenue is $180,202,163.

Total global earnings: $519,311,965

The genesis tale of Ant-Man transforms Paul Rudd’s character from a criminal to a flying hero, yet the film itself did not do well in terms of box office, owing to the lack of name recognition of its eponymous character. However, like other Marvel films, it debuted at the top of the weekly box office.

Iron Man 19 (2008)

Iron Man 2008

Total domestic gross revenue: $318,412,101

Total global earnings: $585,174,222

The first Iron Man — the film that launched the MCU — demonstrated to the world how well Marvel movies might do at the box office. Despite its popularity, it was not the best-performing picture of the year, finishing second behind The Dark Knight in the 2008 domestic box office.

Ant-Man and the Wasp (18. (2018)

Ant-Man and the Wasp 2018

Total domestic revenue for Walt Disney Company: $216,648,740

Total global revenue: $622,674,139

Ant-Man and the Wasp created history by becoming the first MCU film to have a female character in the title. It also rated better than its origin narrative, Ant-Man, which was released in 2015. Paul Rudd reprises his role as Scott Lang, whose Ant-Man skills are really a suit that, when worn, gives him the talents (and size) of an ant. Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), Rudd’s love interest, joins him in an urgent quest to rescue her mother as The Wasp (Michelle Pfeiffer). Laurence Fishburne and Michael Douglas, who play Dr. Bill Foster and Dr. Hank Pym, respectively, provide their star power to the film.

Iron Man 2 (film) (2010)

Iron Man 2010

Total domestic gross revenue: $312,433,331

Total global revenue: $623,933,331

Robert Downey Jr. reprises his role as Tony Stark/Iron Man in the sequel. The film did not do as well as its predecessors or sequels, although it did bring Scarlett Johansson’s character, Natasha Romanoff, to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (Natasha does not assume the identity of Black Widow until The Avengers.)

Thor: The Dark World (2013)

Ther: The Dark World 2013

Total domestic gross for Walt Disney Company: $206,362,140

Total global revenue: $644,571,402

Thor: The Dark World surpassed its predecessor both nationally and globally. Of course, the following film in the trilogy was the one that truly drove home global interest in the mythological Thor, with 2017’s Ragnarok almost cracking the top 10.

Doctor Strange (15th) (2016)

Doctor Strange

Total domestic revenue for Walt Disney Company: $232,641,920

Total global revenue: $677,718,395

Doctor Strange is no exception to the pattern of origin tales grossing less at the box office than ensemble pictures like this one. However, the genesis narrative of Benedict Cumberbatch’s character laid the stage for subsequent MCU films, as Doctor Strange’s strength and talents became more crucial in the series.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (film) (2014)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier 2014

Total domestic revenue for Walt Disney Company: $259,766,572

Total global revenue: $714,264,267

Captain America: The Winter Soldier did better than its predecessor from 2011. However, according to ScreenRant, its hugely successful sequel, Captain America: Civil War, eclipsed its domestic earnings in just five days at the box office.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 13 (2014)

Guardians of the Galaxy 2014

Total domestic gross for Walt Disney Company: $333,176,600

Total global revenue: $773,328,629

Guardians of the Galaxy was the greatest August release of all time in 2014, and it was also the highest-grossing picture in the United States that year. The film, directed by James Gunn, begins with the introduction of Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) and his band of extraterrestrial heroes, which also features Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper, who voice the computer-animated Groot and Rocket, respectively.

Thor: Ragnarok (film) (2017)

Thor: Ragnarok 2017

Total domestic revenue for Walt Disney Company: $315,058,289

Total global revenue: $853,977,126

Along with the success of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and the animation picture Coco, Ragnarok helped Disney become the highest-grossing studio of the year in 2017. Director Taika Waititi smartly encouraged Chris Hemsworth to embrace his comedic side and make fun at Thor’s historically Shakespearean-level seriousness in his third solo excursion.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol (2017)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 2017

Total domestic revenue for Walt Disney Company: $389,813,101

Total global revenue: $863,756,051

The sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy was released amid the worst summer movie season in years, yet it nonetheless did well on its own. The film stars Pratt as Peter Quill/Star-Lord and Zoe Saldana as Gamora, both of whom are dealing with their dads. At the box office, the film outperformed its predecessor.

Spider-Man: Homecoming 10 (2017)

Spider-Man: Homecoming 2017

Total domestic gross for Columbia Pictures: $334,201,140

Total global revenue: $880,166,924

In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Tom Holland reprises his Civil War role as Peter Parker. The film did not do as well as the first edition of the comic, Spider-Man (with Toby Maguire), which grossed $403,706,375 domestically in 2002 — but it’s crucial to remember that that film, which takes a different spin on the same comic book character, is not part of the MCU.

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

Spider-Man: Far From Home 2019


Total domestic revenue: $319,659,412.

Total global revenue: $970,759,412.

Spider-Man: Far From Home debuted in early July and is expected to climb the ranks as the summer progresses. Far From Home was the first film to be released after the earth-shattering events of Avengers: Endgame, and it gathered a curious audience that wanted to know what happened to our younger heroes. The sequel dominated the box office during its first two weekends in cinemas.

Captain Marvel (8) (2019)

Brie Larson in ‘Captain Marvel,’ 2019

Gross domestic product: $426,829,839

Total global revenue: $1,128,274,794

Captain Marvel’s ticket sales skyrocketed, propelling it to the eighth-highest earning Marvel film of all time. The film established ground as the first female-led MCU picture, and it also set box office records. The picture debuted at No. 6 on the international opening list, surpassing Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which is currently at No. 7.

Civil War, Captain America (2016)

Captain America: Civil War 2016

Total domestic revenue for Walt Disney Company: $408,084,349

Total global revenue: $1,153,304,495

The United States government’s decision to restrict the Avengers’ authority divides the team into two factions that battle each other, one headed by Captain America and the other by Iron Man. The opening weekend of Captain America: Civil War was the seventh biggest in North American box office history. However, at the conclusion of Civil War’s theatrical run in May 2016, while earning millions, the picture had made less than Age of Ultron in the same number of days, according to Box Office Mojo.

Iron Man 3 (2013)

Iron Man 3 2013

Total global revenue: $1,214,811,252

Walt Disney Company’s total domestic revenue is $409,013,994.

At the time of its release in May 2013, Iron Man 3 had the second-highest opening in history. Tony confronts a villain named Mandarin in the film, aided by his love interest Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and his right-hand man, Col. James Rhodes (Don Cheadle).

The Black Panther (2018)

Black Panher 2018

Total domestic gross for Walt Disney Company: $700,059,566

Total global revenue: $1,346,913,161

It’s no secret that the Oscar-nominated Black Panther, which follows King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) as he strives to preserve the integrity of his technologically sophisticated nation of Wakanda, was a box office hit. It is the third highest-grossing picture of all time in the United States. The picture, directed by Ryan Coogler, blended the superhero genre with fantasy and drama, aided by Ludwig Göransson’s score and a Kendrick Lamar-produced soundtrack.

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Avengers: Age of Ultron 2015

Walt Disney Company’s total domestic revenue is $459,005,868.

Total global revenue: $1,405,403,694

Age of Ultron actually outperforms Black Panther in the global box office, ranking as the eighth highest-grossing picture of all time. The gang reassembles in the sequel to 2012’s original Avengers to prevent Ultron — a software mistakenly developed by Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and Tony — from destroying the planet.

The Avengers (2012)

The Avengers 2012

Walt Disney Company’s total domestic revenue: $623,357,910.

Total global revenue: $1,518,812,988

The first Avengers film in the MCU, directed by Joss Whedon, was the highest-grossing film of 2012. Under the leadership of Nick Fury, the team gets together for the first time to face Thor’s brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston). In comparison to the large number of characters in Infinity War, the original Avengers squad was rather tiny, consisting of just Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, and Captain America, as well as Johansson as Black Widow and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

Avengers: Infinity War 2018

Marvel Studios’ total domestic gross: $678,815,482 for Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch in “Avengers: Infinity War.”

Total global revenue: $2,048,359,754

Infinity War is the second most successful superhero film of all time. Josh Brolin’s return to the character of Thanos, the supervillain from another planet who intends to destroy half of the universe so that the survivors never have to worry about hunger, thirst, or other basic human resources, shines once again. The Avengers (including Iron Man, Thor, Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch, the Hulk, Captain America, Black Widow, and many more, including Black Panther’s T’Challa) reunite in Infinity War to attempt to rescue the world from Thanos’ annihilation.

Avengers: Infinity War (2019)

Avengers: Endgame 2019

Total domestic revenue for Walt Disney Company: $854,216,193.

Total global earnings: $2,790,216,193

Endgame starts off where Infinity War left off, with the original Avengers crew tasked with saving the fifty percent of all life that was destroyed. The film, which resolved the destiny of several important characters, broke records even before it was released: Fandango said that presales for the next film sold five times as many tickets as Avengers: Infinity War did over the same period in 2018. It went on to become the greatest grossing film of all time, with the largest opening-weekend gross in the world.

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Marvel stars and BTS V will appear in a new reality series on Disney+

New reality series IN THE SOOP: Friendcation, will premiere on Disney+ next month.

Marvel stars: Park Seo-joon, Parasite’s Choi Woo-shik, Park Hyung-sik (Soundtrack #1), rapper Peakboy, and member of BTS V will all be featured in this spinoff of the original IN THE SOOP series. They will all be seen relaxing together on a vacation.

According to the summary of the program, “This brand-new vacation reality series shows the buddies having time to enjoy nature and indulge in their favorite activities in the soop while hidden away from the world” (in the forest).

“Viewers will get to see the stars and best friends relax over a well-earned break away from the strains of day-to-day stardom” throughout the course of the four-episode series.

In The Soop

Choi is most known for playing Kim Ki-woo in the Academy Award-winning movie Parasite, and Park also had a brief appearance as Ki-friend. woo’s He will now play an unspecified role in the upcoming July 2023 television series The Marvels.

Fans of BTS may presently watch the K-pop group’s most recent movie on the streaming service, BTS: Permission to Dance On Stage – LA. The movie is a part of the group’s contract with Disney+, which also includes the docuseries IN THE SOOP: Friendcation and BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star.

In order to pursue individual careers, BTS, which also consists of Suga, Jin, RM, J-Hope, Jimin, and Jungkook, recently revealed they will be taking a short break from one another. The group announced their choice on their YouTube site, adding that they intended to “spend some time apart to learn how to be one again.”

IN THE SOOP: On October 19, Friendcation will make its Disney+ debut.

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Armor Wars Movie: from Marvel Disney+ Series To A Film

Due to creative adjustments, the TV series starring Don Cheadle will now be turned into an MCU – Armor Wars movie. The most of the Disney+ series that Marvel Studios had planned have already been released, but Armor Wars has been stuck in development for a while. Even though it had been announced in 2020, James Rhodes’ spinoff show hadn’t received any updates until 2022. In 2008’s Iron Man, Terrence Howard played Rhodes; in Iron Man 2, Cheadle took over as War Machine, and he has since continued to feature in several MCU projects.

Despite being a part of Phase 5, the Armor Wars TV series on Disney+ is being redesigned as an MCU – Armor Wars movie, with Don Cheadle remaining attached to play War Machine.

Due to creative adjustments, the TV series starring Don Cheadle will now be turned into an MCU – Armor Wars movie. The most of the Disney+ series that Marvel Studios had planned have already been released, but Armor Wars has been stuck in development for a while. Even though it had been announced in 2020, James Rhodes’ spinoff show hadn’t received any updates until 2022. In 2008’s Iron Man, Terrence Howard played Rhodes; in Iron Man 2, Cheadle took over as War Machine, and he has since continued to feature in several MCU projects.

War Machine is followed by Armor Wars following Phase 3, which resulted in the demise of his closest friend, Tony Stark. The Disney+ drama will, according to confirmation, follow the events of Secret Invasion, in which Cheadle will next play the Marvel character. Despite Disney’s commitment to creating the series, Armor Wars was not included in any of the Phases 5 or 6 slates that Marvel Studios presented at San Diego Comic-Con. One of the key Armor Wars stories, according to Cheadle in an interview from earlier this month, would include Tony Stark’s technology going out into the open, with Rhodey having to stop the wrong people from using it.

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Armor Wars is being retooled into a feature picture, causing a significant shake-up within Marvel Studios. The company decided that a movie would be a better choice as opposed to a 6-episode series since they were dedicated to “having the tale conveyed the proper way.” The movie’s screenplay will be written by the film’s head writer, Yassir Lester, who is still employed. Production had been planned to begin in 2023, but this most recent development has forced a postponement. The Armor Wars information was released shortly after the director of the Blade reboot was fired.

How the MCU Will Be Affected by the Filming of Armor Wars Movie

Armor Wars

While Armor Wars’ continual postponement is a problem in and of itself, Cheadle’s character might gain from the film’s decision. Despite the fact that War Machine has been in a lot of MCU movies, he has never been the main character in any of the plots. Despite Rhodes having his own show at first, a feature film offers him a greater stage for obvious reasons. Additionally, this would give War Machine his own cinematic prominence after serving as Iron Man’s sidekick throughout the duration of the MCU. Marvel has adapted a product from one medium to another before, and Armor Wars is hardly the only instance of this. The Royal Family was supposed to have its own Phase 3 movie before The Inhumans became a TV show, but instead received a short series on ABC that had a poor outcome.

The length of Armor Wars’ delay as a result of the move from Disney+ to theaters is yet unknown. Armor Wars may have to wait until Phase 6 even if it takes place after Secret Invasion unless Marvel discovers a window in Phase 5 that makes sense. Due to the enormous lag between the conclusion of Secret Invasion and the release of Cheadle’s movie, it’s probable that the tie-ins from Secret Invasion will be eliminated if Armor Wars is redeveloped as a feature film. There is a likelihood that Armor Wars was always a Phase 6 project because the slate wasn’t fully revealed at San Diego Comic-Con. It is unclear how Armor Wars will fare as a movie unless Cheadle, Feige, and Marvel Studios make announcements.

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Everything you need to know about Wolverine

Wolverine

Wolverine is a fictional character that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, typically in conjunction with the X-Men. His real name is James Howlett, but he also goes by the aliases Logan and Weapon X.

How did Wolverine Became Popular?

Origin of Wolverine by Paul Jenkins Wolverine, the ol’ Canucklehead, has certainly evolved from the idea of a Canadian superhero to being the finest at what he does. Wolverine, a comic book character whose stern, aggressive demeanor established the bar It became quickly obvious that his initial yellow-and-blue clothing did not conjure up images of a furious the early 21st century…

James Howlett – Wolverine – Logan – Weapon X

Here is some facts about Wolverine

Habitat. These hardy creatures live alone and require a lot of space to wander.
Diet. Wolverines are stubborn, so while they occasionally consume vegetarian food like plants and berries in the summer, it does not constitute a significant portion of their diet.

What role does Wolverine play in X-Men Apocalypse?

Professor Charles Xavier invites Wolverine to join up for his new superhero-mutant team, called the X-Men, where Logan creates a close friendship with Cyclops and Jean Grey. Later it was discovered that Xavier, erased Logan’s memory and forced him to join the X-Men team by purpose. Professor X had to delete all Wolverine memories because he was sent to kill X-Men team leader a.k.a. – Charles Xavier.

Cyclops and Jean Grey

James Howlett (Wolverine) is also called Logan and Weapon X. He is a mutant with three retractable claws in each hand and animal-keen senses. He also has heightened physical powers, a strong regeneration ability known as a healing factor, and animal-keen senses.

Hugh Jackman playing Wolverine a.k.a. Logan

So Wolverine is from DC (Detective Comic) or MCU ( Marvel Cinematic Universe)?

Offten fans wonder is Wolverine a DC or a Marvel hero? Well, Wolverine was allegedly inspired by the DC superhero Timberwolf. Due to his ability to heal, the color of his outfit, and his hair, he is Wolverine’s polar opposite. The only thing that separates them is their claws, which are quite similar to each other despite Timberwolf’s sharp claws not being like Wolverine’s retractable ones. But, officially Wolverine was created for Marvel Comics by writer Len Wein and artist John Romita.

What is Wolverine’s history?

Did you know that Wolverine actually are father to Jimmy Hudson? James Hudson and Wolverine served together in the Iraq War, and James was given guardianship of Wolverine’s infant kid. To make the adoption legitimate, Jimmy’s surname name was changed from Howlett to Hudson. Jimmy’s origins were kept a mystery up until his senior year of high school. Wolverines son – Jimmy didn’t realize he was a mutant when he was a child, but he always felt unique and rejected the idea that he might be one.

In movies we saw that Hugh Jackman who played Logan in several movies, had to play very different scenario/story line whan it’s in comic books. For the first time Wolverine appeared in our TV screens in 2009. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) showed us remarcable MCU story line with new characters. At the movie we saw that Logan a.k.a. Wolverine was made in laboratory. But did you know that in comics, originally he got such powers from his birth parent.

Just to clarify, who is Wolverine?

Wolverine is a fictional character that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, typically in conjunction with the X-Men. His real name is James Howlett, but he also goes by the aliases Logan and Weapon X.

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Wolverine and Deadpool

Who is Deadpool in Wolverine?

One of the worse films in the Fox X-Men film series is frequently cited as X-Men Origins: Wolverine. And the portrayal of Wade Wilson, a.k.a. Deadpool, in the movie has drawn some of the most severe criticism. Fans were ecstatic to see The Merc With the Mouth on the big screen when it was released in 2009.

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