Make Mine Marvel! The Marvel Cinematic Universe makes $10 Billion in its total box office history!

With Captain America: Civil War now grossing as much as $940 Million worldwide, the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe has earned as much as $10 Billion in its total box office history - a pretty monumental achievement considering it only started in 2008 with the first Iron Man film!


With the world seeing a grand shift in the scheme of superheroics as far as the Avengers and superhumans on Earth are concerned thanks to the events depicted in this year’s Captain America: Civil War, Phase 3 of the ever growing Marvel Cinematic Universe is off to superb start, with the Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. starer now earning a whopping $940 Million in its total worldwide box office. However, that’s only a small portion of the grand achievement the film and its brethren have made – as the ENTIRE Marvel Cinematic Universe has achieved as much as $10 Billion in total!


If that isn’t something to be happy and praise about, it should be as this is just 8 years in total domestic and international box office numbers pooled together since the first Iron Man film took flight in 2008 and started down a cinematic path where characters based from the long history of the Marvel Universe converge into one united film universe. In 2012, dreams were realized when the first big superhero team assembled together when the likes of Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, and the Hulk joined forced to form “The Avengers“, and since then the Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken bold steps in ensuring that continuity and perfect storytelling sync to make moviegoers feel an experience like no other.

Now that Captain America and Iron Man have changed the landscape of the MCU on Earth and there’s still more to come as Phase 3 continues, it’s only a matter of time until the numbers continue growing and we’ll see it added to the count now listed. You can see the full figures at Coming