The release of Walt Disney’s Avengers: Infinity War undoubtably the biggest in history. But there have been movies before this tiny one who were considered the best pick for their times’ Top 10 Marvel Movies. Without further ado let’s take a look at the budget and the success of the top 10 Marvel movies of 2018 and before.

Top 10 Marvel Movies

1. The Incredible Hulk (2008)

 

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The 10th in our list is The Incredible Hulk! yes, it’s been over a decade but this movie still was one of the best Marvel performers.

Budget: $150 million

Opening weekend: $55.4 million

Domestic Box Office: $134.8 million

Worldwide Box Office: $263.4 million

The Hulk made it to our list of top 10 Marvel movies because of its massive budget in 2008 and the crowd it could attract given it was one of the very first true Marvel Movie.

2. Spider-Man: Homecoming

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Everyone loves the friendly neighborhood Spiderman. It is no surprise that Spidey made it to the list of top 10 Marvel movies. It had a massive budget and not to mention it earned more than any of the previous Spiderman movies.

Budget: $175 million

Opening weekend: $117 million

Domestic Box Office: $334 million

Worldwide Box Office: $880 million

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3. Iron Man 2

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Iron Man 2 was a sensation in itself. The storyline was robust and was backed by the greatest budget of its time.

Budget: $200 million

Opening weekend: $128.1 million

Domestic Box Office: $312.4 million

Worldwide Box Office: $623.9 million

4. Captain America: Civil War

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Remember the time when Captain and Tony were going to kill each other? Well, that’s the time when Marvel made over a billion dollars worldwide. It is one of the most successful movies by Marvel.

Budget: $250 million

Opening weekend: $179 million

Domestic Box Office: $408 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.153 billion

5. Black Panther

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While we are talking about the top 10 Marvel movies, We just can’t forget the little kitty who made Marvel studios 2 billion dollars richer.

Budget: $200 million

Opening weekend: $202 million

Domestic Box Office: $683 million (and counting)

Worldwide Box Office: $1.3 billion (and counting)

Also read: Tom Holland Just Revealed the Title of Next Spiderman Movie

6. The Avengers

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This movie was one of the first to actually cost over 200 Million dollars. So well, you get the spot in the top 10 Marvel movies for doing that.

Budget: $220 million

Opening weekend: $207.4 million

Domestic Box Office: $623.3 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.519 billion

7. Thor: Ragnarok

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Thor Ragnarok was by far the funniest and most engaging movie I have ever seen. This gets the spot in the list not just because of its massive budget but also because of the great movie it was in itself.

Budget: $180 million

Opening weekend: $122.7 million

Domestic Box Office: $315 million

Worldwide Box Office: $853.9 million

8. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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To sum up this movie, This is, huge budget notwithstanding, akin to a bottle episode. James Gunn’s family melodrama drowns deep into the realms of fractured families and child abuse while telling a somewhat sad story about a group of space pinheads learning to love and be given love in return after a lifetime of scorn.

Budget: $200 million

Opening weekend: $146 million

Domestic Box Office: $389 million

Worldwide Box Office: $863 million

9. Doctor Strange

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Strangely Doctor Strange was not the financial success one would expect it to be. Though it get’s placed in the top 10 Marvel movies because of the amazing way Marvel introduced a brand new character to us. The storyline was not half as bad too.

Budget: $165 million

Opening weekend: $85 million

Domestic Box Office: $232.6 million

Worldwide Box Office: $677.7 million

Also read: 7 Big Things Coming From Marvel and DC Next Month

10. Avengers: Infinity War

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Come on… tell me you are surprised. This movie has been the greatest success Marvel has ever seen.  The film looks and feels huge, and most of your favorite characters get their moment to shine. If this isn’t in the list of top 10 Marvel movies there should not be a list at all.

Budget: 1.5 Infinity Stones or 400 million dollars.

Opening weekend: $258.2 million and counting

Worldwide Box Office: 2 Billion and counting

Data from: Forbes

 

 

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