The recently released Thor: Love and Thunder has a worldwide box office total of over $600 million. While there, it increased somewhat more before it leaves theatres, it ends up with less than its predecessor. Although the MCU has an outstanding average gross, a handful of its films have disappointed at the box office, including the fourquel. The lifetime lowest-grossing MCU movies at box office totals are shown below.
1. The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Director- Louis Leterrier
Grossing- $264.7 Million
Scientist Bruce Banner travels the globe in pursuit of a cure for his inner energy of wrath that transforms him into the enormous green monster known as the Hulk after surviving a fatal gamma radiation accident. Banner needs to be cautious even though he is nearby since evil General Ross and his team are looking for him and intend to use Banner’s condition as a weapon. Banner asks for assistance from his former flame Betty Ross when he runs out of time and alternatives. A new threat develops in the meantime as a power-hungry soldier transforms into an even deadlier and more fearsome creature that can rival the Hulk in strength.
2. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
Director- Joe Johnston
Grossing- $370.5 Million
Steve Rogers is utterly eager to enlist at the start of World War II. He can’t pass the physical, which is the main issue. He has made multiple unsuccessful attempts using several aliases. Dr. Abraham Erskine observes his enthusiasm and enlists him in an experiment. Soon after becoming a super soldier, both mentally and physically, Rogers battles the Nazi group Hydra and Red Skull, the organization’s leader.
3. Black Widow (2021)
Director- Cate Shortland
Grossing- $379.7 Million
Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, confronts the darker sides of her background when a perilous conspiracy with ties to her past emerges in Marvel Studios’ action-packed spy thriller “Black Widow“. Natasha has to deal with her past as a spy and the damaged relationships she left in her path before she became an Avenger because she is being pursued by a force that will do anything to bring her down.
4. Eternals (2021)
Director- Chloé Zhao
Grossing- $402 Million
The predator Deviants assault humans in Babylon about 5,000 BC. Arishem, the creator of the powerful humanoid Eternals, awakens them in their spacecraft and sets them free to use their powers against the Deviants. They must spend the next few millennia living on Earth because they are not permitted to board their ship. In the present, a Deviant attacks the eternal Sersi when she, her buddy, Sprite, and her earthly boyfriend Dane Whitman are walking along the Thames in London. Soon after, the Eternals band together to battle the predator race, which has grown increasingly powerful. As they battle the predators, they uncover terrible truths about Arishem and their ancestry.
5. Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings (2021)
Director- Destin Daniel Cretton
Grossing- $432.2 Million
In “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” Shang-Chi, a slothful hotel valet, is compelled to go back to his hometown to battle the ghosts of his past. It including his father and the strong Ten Rings organization’s leader, Xu Wenwu. The strong familial conflict between Wenwu and Shang-Chi, who serves as the movie’s antagonist, serves as its main plot point.
6. Thor (2011)
Director- Kenneth Branagh
Grossing- $449.3 Million
The strong warrior Thor is expelled from Asgard and sent to Earth by his father Odin because he wanted to start a war with the Frost Giants. Thor tries to regain his powers despite having no way to get home and losing his hammer Mjölnir. On Asgard, in the meantime, Thor’s cunning brother Loki has taken the throne and is attempting to aid the Frost Giants in regaining their former splendour. Thor must discover the true meaning of a hero and return home to stop Loki and prevent the destruction of Asgard with the aid of scientist Jane Foster and her team.
7. Ant-Man (2015)
Director- Peyton Reed
Grossing- $519.3 Million
Dr. Hank Pym hires the services of Scott Lang, a professional thief who was recently released from prison, after being forced out of his own business by former protege Darren Cross. Lang transforms into Ant-Man when Pym trains him and gives him a suit that gives him the ability to manage an army of ants, decrease in size, and have superhuman strength. To stop Cross, also known as Yellowjacket, from completing the same technology and use it as a weapon for evil, the tiny hero must employ his newly acquired skills.
8. Iron Man (2008)
Director- Jon Favreau
Grossing- $585.7 Million
Rich, brilliant, a playboy, and generous. That’s how Tony Stark may be summed up. Stark is caught in Iraq after giving a presentation on armaments, and the experience leaves him with a chest full of shrapnel. He shrinks it and dons a suit of armour because he needs to flee. Iron Man the Armored Avenger is created as a result of this. Stark refines his design after being safely brought back, then utilises it to defend all of humanity. A secretive group known as SHIELD notices this activities. But when the CEO of Stark Industries learns about it, he has his own ideas for what Tony will do with it.
9. Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)
Director- Peyton Reed
Grossing- $622.6 Million
After Captain America: Civil War (2016), Scott Lang struggles to come to terms with the effects of his decisions as a father and a superhero. Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym provide him with an urgent new mission as he battles to rebalance his personal life with his duties as Ant-Man. As the crew works together to unearth mysteries from their past, Scott must once more don the suit and learn to battle with The Wasp.
10. Iron Man (2010)
Director- Jon Favreau
Grossing- $623.9 Million
Following Tony Stark’s reveal of himself as Iron Man to the world. The US Government wants his technology, someone is trying to kill Stark, and his lifesource is poisoning him, among other issues. Ivan Vanko, the son of Anton Vanko, who had previously worked with Tony’s father Howard, was that person. However, Howard afterwards dispatched Anton to Russia. At the Monaco Grand Prix, Ivan makes an attempt on Tony Stark’s life but is quickly apprehended. However, Justin Hammer, a rival of Tony, assists Vanko in escaping from jail and hires him to design suits that are comparable to Tony’s. As CEO of Stark Industries, Tony also names his assistant Pepper Potts. Now Tony must battle Hammer and Ivan and repair his arc reactor before he expires.