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Release DateMovieProduction
Box Office
Box Office
May 2, 2008 Iron Man $186,000,000 $102,118,668 $318,604,126 $582,443,126  
Jun 13, 2008 The Incredible Hulk $137,500,000 $55,414,050 $134,533,885 $263,144,885  
May 7, 2010 Iron Man 2 $170,000,000 $128,122,480 $312,128,345 $623,256,345 Play
May 6, 2011 Thor $150,000,000 $65,723,338 $181,030,624 $449,326,618 Play
Jul 22, 2011 Captain America: The First Avenger $140,000,000 $65,058,524 $176,654,505 $370,569,776 Play
May 4, 2012 The Avengers $225,000,000 $207,438,708 $623,279,547 $1,519,479,547 Play
May 3, 2013 Iron Man 3 $200,000,000 $174,144,585 $408,992,272 $1,215,392,272 Play
Nov 8, 2013 Thor: The Dark World $150,000,000 $85,737,841 $206,360,018 $633,360,018 Play
Apr 4, 2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $170,000,000 $95,023,721 $259,746,958 $713,846,958 Play
Aug 1, 2014 Guardians of the Galaxy $170,000,000 $94,320,883 $333,172,112 $771,172,112 Play
May 1, 2015 The Avengers: Age of Ultron $250,000,000 $191,271,109 $459,005,868 $1,404,705,868 Play
Jul 17, 2015 Ant-Man $130,000,000 $57,225,526 $179,887,603 $518,287,603 Play
May 6, 2016 Captain America: Civil War     $0 $0  
Nov 4, 2016 Doctor Strange     $0 $0  
May 5, 2017 Guardians of the Galaxy 2     $0 $0  
Nov 3, 2017 Thor: Ragnarok     $0 $0  
Feb 16, 2018 Black Panther     $0 $0  
Mar 8, 2018 Captain Marvel     $0 $0  
May 4, 2018 Avengers: Infinity War Part 1     $0 $0  
Jul 6, 2018 Ant-Man and the Wasp     $0 $0  
May 3, 2019 Avengers: Infinity War Part II     $0 $0  
 Totals$2,078,500,000 $3,593,395,863$9,064,985,128 
Release DateMovieDomestic
DVD Sales
Blu-ray Sales
Total Domestic
Video Sales
Sep 30, 2008 Iron Man $181,933,298 $14,095,140 $196,028,438
Oct 21, 2008 The Incredible Hulk $67,801,741 $4,569,071 $72,370,812
Sep 28, 2010 Iron Man 2 $122,727,783 $54,789,768 $177,517,551
Sep 13, 2011 Thor $39,873,940 $39,911,680 $79,785,620
Oct 25, 2011 Captain America: The First Avenger $46,564,072 $61,476,816 $108,040,888
Sep 25, 2012 The Avengers $109,756,119 $118,109,190 $227,865,309
Sep 24, 2013 Iron Man 3 $25,338,875 $56,108,788 $81,447,663
Feb 25, 2014 Thor: The Dark World $32,363,621 $38,804,451 $71,168,072
Sep 9, 2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $24,010,938 $36,898,357 $60,909,295
Dec 9, 2014 Guardians of the Galaxy $42,937,086 $75,836,789 $118,773,875
Sep 8, 2015 The Avengers: Age of Ultron $15,962,494 $39,611,053 $55,573,547

2015 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I

November 27th, 2015

MCU Phase 2

It's Thanksgiving weekend, which means Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and of course the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. This week we will tackle first run releases, as well as franchise box sets. I'm going to try to keep it to a dozen or so releases, as these columns are notorious for getting out of hand. Also, while there were a record number of $1 billion box office hits, there were not as many first run releases that earned stellar reviews this year. More...

International Box Office: Spectre has Spectacular Start

November 5th, 2015


Spectre opened in first place with $80.4 million during its seven-day opening weekend. That doesn't seem like a huge amount, especially considering some of the opening weekends we've seen on the international stage this year. However, there is a mitigating factor. It was only playing in six markets. This includes the U.K., where the film broke records with $62.82 million in 651 theaters. This is equivalent to a $300 million opening week here, which would be the record for a seven-day box office here. We shouldn't get too ahead of ourselves, as Bond films have a natural affinity for that market. It does mean Spectre has a real shot at a $100 million opening weekend here. More...

2015 Preview: October

October 1st, 2015

The Martian

September ended on a record note with the debut of Hotel Transylvania 2. Additionally, there was great depth and 2015's lead over 2014 grew to nearly $500 million. How do things look going forward? The month starts out with The Martian, which should have no trouble becoming the biggest hit of the month and might even top $200 million. On the other hand, no other film is expected to get to $100 million. There's only one or two that will even come close. Fortunately, last October was very similar with one $100 million hit, Gone Girl, while two other films came close, Annabelle and Fury. It looks like it will be up to the depth films from both years to determine which year comes out on top. More...

Home Market Releases for September 15th, 2015

September 16th, 2015

Agent Peggy Carter

This week's home market releases are insane, so I'm going to have to be a lot more judicious in pruning the list. If I were to include all releases that are big enough to include, if they were released during a slow week, there would be more than 100 releases on this week's list (including secondary Blu-rays, but not VOD releases). I have to pare that back to a more reasonable number. Why are there so many releases? Firstly, it is the beginning of the Christmas Shopping season and we have two monster hits on this week's list. Secondly, it is the last week before the fall season begins in earnest, so it is the last week for a lot of shows to come out on DVD before they are running into competition from the new season. It should come as no surprise that the best releases on this week's list are in the TV on DVD categories, including Marvel's Agent Carter: Season 1 and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 2. Both of which are co-winners of the Pick of the Week. More...

International Box Office: Summer is Terminated

September 10th, 2015

Terminator: Genisys

Terminator: Genisys remained in first place on the international chart, but with only $11.5 million in 8 markets. This lifted its international total to $346.3 million, while it now has $435.9 million worldwide. This helped the film become the second biggest hit in the franchise, assuming you don't take inflation into account. In China, the film managed $26.67 million, but that was for the full week, giving the film a total of $111.92 million after 15 days of release. More...

Weekend Predictions: Summer's Over. Oh boy, is Summer Over!

August 21st, 2015

Sinister 2

After last week's reprieve, summer truly ends this week. There are three wide releases coming out, none of which are expected to become even midlevel hits. Also, none of them are earning overall positive reviews. The biggest movie is Sinister 2, which is expected to do well enough to earn a profit, mostly thanks to its very low production budget. American Ultra is the best in terms of Tomatometer Score—by a huge margin. However, it is still earning less than 50% positive reviews by a large margin. The biggest movie in terms of production budget is Hitman: Agent 47, which is bad news for the studio, because it is not expected to do well. In fact, there's almost no chance any of the three new releases will top Straight Outta Compton this weekend. There's a small chance that their combined openings won't top Straight Outta Compton. There is some good news. This weekend last year, there were no movies that earned more than $20 million, which is the absolute low end of Straight Outta Compton's range. On the other hand, If I Stay was the best new release with $15.68 million. That's more than any of the wide releases this year will earn and it only managed third place last year. I think 2015 will win with ease at the top of the chart, but 2014 might have better depth, keeping it ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Ant-Man Towers Over Pixels

July 28th, 2015


Ant-Man unexpectedly repeated on top of the weekend box office, as Pixels failed to meet expectations by a sizable margin. In fact, only Southpaw beat expectations. The overall box office sunk as a result, down 22% from last weekend to $151 million. Worse still, this was 2.3% lower than the same weekend last year. Fortunately, 2015 has won a lot more weeks than it has lost and has built up an impressive 8.2% lead over 2014 at $6.45 billion to $5.96 billion. It isn't impossible for 2015 to lose a lead that large, but I'm cautiously optimistic that it can see this lead grow through to the end of the year. More...

Weekend Estimates: Ant-Man Defeats Poor Pixels

July 26th, 2015


Three new wide releases and three returning movies that are still pulling in good crowds will produce a box office chart with no knock-out winner this weekend. That’s in large part thanks to a disappointing debut from Pixels. The Adam Sandler/Kevin James-comedy/adventure-Ghostbusters/wannabe will earn about $24 million this weekend, according to Sony’s Sunday estimate. That puts it in danger of not even earning back its marketing budget domestically, let alone starting to recover the $88 million production budget. It also means that Ant-Man will top the charts for a second weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Is Pixels Poised to Top the Weekend Chart?

July 24th, 2015


Pixels leads a group of three wide releases looking to battle for limited box office dollars. It appears to be on track for first place, but with not as much as I anticipated at the beginning of the month. This is partially explained by its reviews which are lower than the 30% to 40% positive range I was anticipating. Paper Towns is earning much better reviews, but still barely above the overall positive level. Finally there's Southpaw, which is earning mixed reviews and its buzz is weak, so it will likely be outside the top five over the weekend. Both Ant-Man and Minions should continue to perform well, with the former having a shot at first place, if Pixels flops. This weekend last year, there were two wide releases that did quite well, Lucy and Hercules. I don't think any of the new releases this week will come close to earning the same as Lucy did, but I think the depth is better this year, so 2015 will still come out ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Ant-Man Tops Terrific Weekend

July 20th, 2015


The top of the box office had a small surprise, as Ant-Man earned first place with $57.23 million over the weekend. This is a little lower than predicted, but Minions really collapsed, so Ant-Man easily won the race for the top of the box office race. Meanwhile, Trainwreck had a solid third place opening and could be on its way to $100 million, thanks in part to its target demographic and to its reviews. Overall, the box office pulled in $194 million. This is 9.6% lower than last weekend, but more importantly, it is 30% higher than the same weekend last year. 30%. That's a massive margin of victory. Year-to-date, 2015 has pulled in $6.20 billion, which is 8.1% more than 2014's pace. Summer is winding down, so 2015 is in a great place moving into the slower part of the year. Even if August and September are slower than average, there's almost no chance 2015 will blow through the $460 million lead it has over 2014. More...

Weekend Estimates: Ant-Man Misses Out, Trainwreck Breaks Out

July 19th, 2015


Perhaps we’re seeing the first signs of multiplex fatigue? In the midst of a buoyant Summer at the movies, Ant-Man will debut with around $58 million, according to Sunday estimates, about 10% below expectations, and well short of the $94 million earned by Guardians of the Galaxy this time last year. It’s a very good opening, to be sure, but the second slightly disappointing debut from the Marvel Cinematic Universe this year, after The Avengers: Age of Ultron’s $191 million opening weekend back in May. We’re talking disappointment of the level of seeing Babe Ruth only hit one home run in a game here, so we need to put things in perspective. It’s the twelfth straight $50 million-plus opening for the franchise in seven years—an unprecedented box office run. More...

Friday Estimates: Ant-Man Stands Tall on Opening Friday

July 18th, 2015


Ant-Man opened in first place with $22.64 million on Friday, which puts it well ahead of Minions on the Friday box office chart. On the other hand, it was a little disappointing compared to expectations. Figuring out where it will end up is deceptively tricky given the number of other Marvel Cinematic Universe films to compare it to. Ant-Man's reviews continued to tick up, and are now at 80% positive—in the same range as the first Captain America movie. It also had a similar opening day to that film. However, Captain America opened before The Avengers and one could argue that every film after that should be considered a sequel, which would tend them towards being even more front-loaded than original films. Factoring that in, look for Ant-Man to post around $56 million over its opening weekend, which will give it an easy first place debut. Unless its legs are as long as Guardians of the Galaxy’s, it won't reach $200 million in total, but it should top its budget (reportedly $130 million) so it will become a box office success. Analysts hoping for the first MCU bomb will have to wait. More...

Thursday Night: Ant-Man’s $6.4 Million Points to Healthy Weekend

July 17th, 2015


Ant-Man posted a reported $6.4 million on Thursday evening, a healthy number for a movie that’s not a sequel. Although it sort of is a sequel, or at least sort of a franchise film. It’s certainly considered part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so looking for comparable Thursday night openings presents a bit of a challenge. The bottom line, though, looks as though the film is headed into the weekend a little ahead of expectations. More...

Weekend Predictions: How Large Will Ant-Man Grow?

July 16th, 2015


There could be an interesting race on top of the box office charts this weekend, as Ant-Man will be looking to unseat Minions. However, while I think Ant-Man will come out on top on Friday, I think Minions will repeat over the weekend. The other new release of the week is Trainwreck, which has seen its reviews fall from 100% positive to a mere 90% positive. The amazing reviews and the success of R-rated female-centric films lately suggests it has the potential to reach $100 million. Inside Out and Jurassic World will also both hit milestones, so it should be an exciting weekend. This weekend last year, none of the three wide releases were particularly strong, which left Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in first place for the second weekend in a row with $36.25 million. Both Minions and Ant-Man will top that. Trainwreck might top that as well. It should be a good weekend for 2015 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Genisys Takes Over the World

July 9th, 2015

Terminator: Genisys

Terminator: Genisys expanded its market count to 47 over the weekend, which allowed it to rise to first place with $74.0 million for a two-week total of $85.5 million internationally. Its biggest new market was Russia, where it dominated with $11.17 million on 2,192 screens over the weekend. South Korea was close behind with $9.24 million on 1,113 screens for a total opening of $11.06 million. The film earned first place in Mexico with $4.73 million on 1,307 for a total opening of $6.18 million. It only managed second place in Brazil with $3.9 million on 1,012. In all four markets, the film set records for the franchise. It wasn't as lucky in the U.K., where it opened in second place with $5.83 million in 536 theaters. That's about on par with its opening here in the US. The goal for the film is to earn over $200 million internationally and $300 million worldwide. If it can get there, then the film will likely break even, eventually. On the other hand, "breaking even" isn't enough to justify continuing the reboot trilogy. More...

2015 Preview: July

July 1st, 2015


June was a much better month than expected due to two films, Jurassic World and Inside Out. Had those two films merely matched expectations, then 2015 would have likely fallen behind 2014. As for this coming month, there are five weekends in July and each week there is at least one film with the potential to reach $100 million. Most weeks there are two films that at least have a shot at getting to the century mark. The biggest hit of the month will likely be Minions, which has already opened in several international markets and it's ahead of Despicable Me 2 at the same point. That film made more than $300 million and nearly $1 billion worldwide, so any growth would be fantastic. There are also a number of potential $200 million films, led by Ant-man. Ant-man is the latest release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a franchise that has averaged $300 million domestically over eleven films and all of the past six films have reached at least $200 million. I'm not saying this one is guaranteed to do the same, but you can't dismiss that possibility. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation and Pixels have smaller chances to get to $200 million, but you have to at least entertain the possibility. Additionally, last July was a lot weaker than this July looks to be, so 2015 should win in the year-over-year comparison most weeks. Or I might have let the box office success of June cloud my judgment. We will soon find out. More...

International Box Office: Age of Billionaires

May 21st, 2015

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

The Avengers: Age of Ultron remained in first place with ease earning $185.0 million in 91 markets for totals of $770.5 million internationally and $1.143 billion worldwide. The film is now the eighth biggest hit of all time, while two of the films above it are also from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We actually thought that Disney might have overpaid when they bought Marvel. We were wrong. In our defense, no one saw this coming. This past weekend, the film opened in first place in China with $84.84 million for a six-day opening of $154.63 million. China is already the biggest market for Age of Ultron's international run, and it only took four days to get there. Up next for the film is Japan, but the film doesn't open there till July. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hot Pursuit No Match for Ultron

May 10th, 2015

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

Hot Pursuit is utterly failing to live up to its name this weekend, with an anaemic $13.3 million opening—the worst for Reese Witherspoon since Cruel Intentions in 1999, and her worst ever for a wide-release movie, when adjusted for inflation. The Avengers: Age of Ultron wasn't really expected to be threatened in first place, and is actually doing quite well for a movie that opened with close to $200 million. It will be down about 60% this weekend to $77.2 million, per Disney, the second-best second weekend ever, just ahead of Avatar, and some way behind The Avengers. More...

Weekend Predictions: New Release in Hot Pursuit of Ultron

May 7th, 2015

Hot Pursuit

The Avengers: Age of Ultron will continue to lead the way at the box office this weekend, but Hot Pursuit hopes to at least put in a good showing as counter-programming. Its reviews suggest that will be an uphill battle. Additionally, Age of Ultron will probably suffer a pretty big drop when compared to last week, because it is a comic book movie, its a sequel and its reviews are lower than its predecessor's were. This weekend last year, Neighbors opened with close to $50 million. Age of Ultron will earn more than that. It could earn more than Neighbors and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 made combined, while Hot Pursuit will make twice what the two counter-programming releases made last year. 2015 should come away with an easy win. More...

Weekend Estimates: Age of Ultron Projected to Fall Short of Record

May 3rd, 2015

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

The Avengers: Age of Ultron looks set to fall just short of the all-time box office record this weekend, based on Disney’s Sunday morning weekend projection. There were already signs it would struggle after Friday’s numbers were announced, and Saturday’s $57 million day leaves the film with much too much to do on Sunday to break the record. Disney is projecting $187.66 million as of this morning, and I expect the film to come in a shade below that, based on other tracking. It’s pretty hard to call $188 million a disappointing weekend, although it is short of most expectations. The film still has plenty of entries in the record books to celebrate. More...

Note: This list contains actors which appear in at least 2 movies of the franchise.

PersonNr. of
Box Office
Box Office
Stan Lee 10 Himself $7,216,232,838 $12,984,420,601 55.6%
Robert Downey, Jr. 7 Tony Stark/Iron Man $5,608,422,043 $8,161,073,919 68.7%
Samuel L. Jackson 7 Nick Fury $5,663,628,238 $15,881,600,581 35.7%
Chris Hemsworth 5 Thor $4,006,872,051 $5,153,722,764 77.7%
Chris Evans 5 Steve Rogers / Captain America $4,008,602,149 $5,347,806,032 75.0%
Paul Rudd 4 Scott Lang / Ant-Man $518,287,603 $3,300,524,166 15.7%
Tom Hiddleston 4 Loki $2,602,166,183 $3,077,801,640 84.5%
Scarlett Johansson 4 Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow $4,261,288,718 $6,602,809,807 64.5%
Gwyneth Paltrow 4 Pepper Potts $3,940,571,290 $6,126,798,365 64.3%
Clark Gregg 4 Agent Coulson $3,174,505,636 $3,922,192,689 80.9%
Hayley Atwell 4 Peggy Carter $3,007,410,205 $3,628,661,741 82.9%
Paul Bettany 4 Jarvis $4,762,834,032 $7,016,627,739 67.9%
Don Cheadle 3 Lt. Col. James "Rhodey" Rhodes $3,243,354,485 $6,248,597,162 51.9%
Stellan Skarsgård 3 Erik Selvig $2,602,166,183 $7,586,114,612 34.3%
Cobie Smulders 3 Agent Maria Hill $3,638,032,373 $4,226,341,722 86.1%
Idris Elba 3 Heimdall $2,487,392,504 $4,371,687,050 56.9%
Jon Favreau 3 Happy Hogan $2,421,091,743 $5,903,469,452 41.0%
Maximiliano Hernández 3 Agent Jasper Sitwell $2,682,653,123 $2,781,893,652 96.4%
Evangeline Lilly 2 Hope Van Dyne $518,287,603 $2,861,994,592 18.1%
Natalie Portman 2 Jane Foster $1,082,686,636 $5,326,362,835 20.3%
Mark Ruffalo 2 Bruce Banner / The Hulk $2,924,185,415 $4,849,300,838 60.3%
Sebastian Stan 2 Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier $1,084,416,734 $1,695,815,990 63.9%
Anthony Hopkins 2 Odin $1,082,686,636 $4,797,664,948 22.6%
Jeremy Renner 2 Clint Barton / Hawkeye $2,924,185,415 $5,609,655,862 52.1%
Kat Dennings 2 Darcy Lewis $1,082,686,636 $1,553,214,421 69.7%
Anthony Mackie 2 Sam Wilson/Falcon $2,118,552,826 $3,965,490,343 53.4%
Leslie Bibb 2 Christine Everhart $1,205,699,471 $1,985,624,688 60.7%
Toby Jones 2 Armin Zola $1,084,416,734 $5,968,855,196 18.2%
Andy Serkis 2 $1,404,705,868 $8,120,266,419 17.3%
Ray Stevenson 2 Volstagg $1,082,686,636 $2,811,411,338 38.5%
John Slattery 2 Howard Stark $1,141,543,948 $2,295,692,268 49.7%
Tadanobu Asano 2 Hogun $1,082,686,636 $1,539,563,926 70.3%
Jenny Agutter 2 World Security Council $2,233,326,505 $2,328,021,189 95.9%
Jaimie Alexander 2 Sif $1,082,686,636 $1,131,057,658 95.7%
Rene Russo 2 Frigga $1,082,686,636 $3,140,581,379 34.5%
Garry Shandling 2 Senator Stern $1,337,103,303 $2,076,662,691 64.4%
Alexis Denisof 2 The Other $2,290,651,659 $2,294,980,509 99.8%
Zack Duhame 2 Engine Pirate $1,232,134,561 $1,779,460,933 69.2%
Brian Schaeffer 2 Strucker Mercenary $2,027,962,213 $2,027,962,213 100.0%
Jamie McShane 2 Agent Jackson $1,968,806,165 $2,603,295,329 75.6%

Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least 2 movies of the franchise.

PersonNr. of
Technical RoleFranchise
Box Office
Box Office
Kevin Feige 13 Producer (13) $9,064,985,128 $13,961,215,588 64.9%
Stan Lee 13 Executive Producer (11)
Story Creator (6)
$9,064,985,128 $17,459,802,317 51.9%
Dave Jordan 12 Music Supervisor (12) $9,064,985,128 $11,923,680,194 76.0%
Louis D'Esposito 11 Executive Producer (11) $8,801,840,243 $9,521,547,523 92.4%
Victoria Alonso 11 Executive Producer (7)
Co-Producer (4)
$8,801,840,243 $8,801,840,243 100.0%
Sarah Halley Finn 10 Casting (10) $8,431,270,467 $12,129,436,408 69.5%
Alan Fine 9 Executive Producer (9) $6,699,917,570 $6,699,917,570 100.0%
Jack Kirby 7 Story Creator (7)
Captain America Created by (1)
$3,808,220,297 $4,672,381,419 81.5%
Christopher Markus 6 Screenwriter (6) $1,717,776,752 $3,355,119,853 51.2%
Stephen McFeely 6 Screenwriter (6) $1,717,776,752 $3,355,119,853 51.2%
David Maisel 5 Executive Producer (5) $2,288,740,750 $2,288,740,750 100.0%
Jeffrey Ford 5 Editor (5) $5,223,994,421 $5,665,115,433 92.2%
Lars P. Winther 5 Assistant Director (5)
Associate Producer (4)
$3,967,006,380 $4,565,836,444 86.9%
Anthony Russo 4 Director (4) $713,846,958 $844,075,068 84.6%
Joe Russo 4 Director (4) $713,846,958 $844,075,068 84.6%
Jon Favreau 4 Executive Producer (4)
Director (2)
$3,825,797,611 $4,499,769,608 85.0%
Jeremy Latcham 4 Executive Producer (3)
Co-Producer (1)
$4,318,613,872 $4,318,613,872 100.0%
Shannon Mills 4 Supervising Sound Editor (3)
Sound Designer (2)
$2,236,064,355 $6,596,491,910 33.9%
Christopher Boyes 4 Sound Designer (4)
Supervising Sound Editor (3)
Re-recording Mixer (2)
$3,496,351,130 $31,124,129,829 11.2%
Lora Hirschberg 4 Re-recording Mixer (4) $3,506,454,803 $10,567,988,348 33.2%
John Mahaffie 4 Second Unit Director (4) $4,075,833,036 $6,868,586,793 59.3%
Randi Hiller 4 Casting (4) $3,174,505,636 $5,067,227,445 62.6%
Dan Sudick 4 Special Effects Supervisor (2)
Special Effects Coordinator (1)
Visual Effects Supervisor (1)
$4,031,161,903 $5,547,408,612 72.7%
Ben Davis 3 Director of Photography (3) $2,175,877,980 $3,061,123,874 71.1%
Patricia Whitcher 3 Executive Producer (3)
Unit Production Manager (1)
$3,373,512,033 $5,208,021,615 64.8%
Charles Wood 3 Production Designer (3) $2,809,237,998 $3,837,229,054 73.2%
Larry Lieber 3 Based on the Marvel comicbook by (3) $1,655,026,089 $1,655,026,089 100.0%
Stephen Broussard 3 Associate Producer (1)
Co-Producer (1)
Executive Producer (1)
$1,849,106,933 $1,849,106,933 100.0%
Dan Lebental 3 Editor (3) $1,723,987,074 $2,587,971,180 66.6%
Alexandra Byrne 3 Costume Designer (3) $2,625,204,598 $3,229,246,553 81.3%
David J. Grant 3 Co-Producer (2)
Associate Producer (1)
$2,808,939,262 $3,955,708,528 71.0%
Christopher Townsend 3 Visual Effects Supervisor (3) $2,990,667,916 $3,296,058,745 90.7%
Lauri Gaffin 3 Set Decorator (3) $1,655,026,089 $3,174,346,099 52.1%
Jamie Christopher 3 First Assistant Director (3)
Associate Producer (3)
$2,809,237,998 $13,497,019,801 20.8%
Janek Sirrs 3 Visual Effects Supervisor (3) $3,547,441,760 $4,932,278,122 71.9%
Frank Eulner 3 Supervising Sound Editor (3) $2,725,179,018 $6,772,351,483 40.2%
Juan Peralta 3 Re-recording Mixer (3)
Sound Mixer (1)
$1,865,494,579 $3,112,893,392 59.9%
Jeff Habberstad 3 Stunt Coordinator (2)
Second Unit Director (1)
Utility Stunts (1)
$2,104,249,651 $8,317,662,120 25.3%
Jonathan Taylor 3 Second Unit Director (3) $1,764,998,233 $7,482,944,993 23.6%
Paul Corbould 3 Special Effects Supervisor (2)
SFX Supervisor (1)
$1,775,101,906 $2,069,185,122 85.8%
Thomas Robinson Harper 3 Stunt Coordinator (3) $2,108,275,415 $2,521,367,696 83.6%
Peyton Reed 2 Director (2) $518,287,603 $1,075,909,341 48.2%
Joss Whedon 2 Director (2)
Screenwriter (2)
$2,924,185,415 $3,589,909,163 81.5%
Zak Penn 2 Screenwriter (1)
Story Creator (1)
$1,782,624,432 $2,706,277,210 65.9%
Avi Arad 2 Producer (2)
Executive Producer (1)
$845,588,011 $7,872,121,287 10.7%
Nigel Gostelow 2 Executive Producer (2) $1,003,929,794 $1,240,456,943 80.9%
Don Payne 2 Screenwriter (1)
Story Creator (1)
$1,082,686,636 $1,370,901,955 79.0%
Craig Kyle 2 Co-Producer (1)
Executive Producer (1)
$1,082,686,636 $1,082,686,636 100.0%
Joe Simon 2 Captain America Created by (1)
Based on the Marvel Comic by (1)
$1,890,049,323 $1,890,049,323 100.0%
Michael Grillo 2 Executive Producer (2) $1,232,134,561 $2,282,140,836 54.0%
Don Heck 2 Based on the Marvel comicbook by (2) $1,205,699,471 $1,205,699,471 100.0%
Lisa Lassek 2 Editor (2) $2,924,185,415 $3,647,081,387 80.2%
Alan Silvestri 2 Composer (2) $1,890,049,323 $13,249,192,237 14.3%
Matthew Libatique 2 Cinematographer (2) $1,205,699,471 $2,607,603,493 46.2%
J. Michael Riva 2 Production Designer (2) $1,205,699,471 $4,714,397,967 25.6%
Jake Morrison 2 Visual Effects Supervisor (2)
Special Effects Supervisor (1)
$1,151,647,621 $1,264,258,007 91.1%
David Klassen 2 Supervising Art Director (2) $1,205,699,471 $1,951,722,761 61.8%
Mitch Bell 2 Associate Producer (1)
Co-Producer (1)
$1,775,275,644 $1,775,275,644 100.0%
Jose Antonio Garcia 2 Sound Mixer (2) $2,734,871,819 $6,020,994,968 45.4%
Brian Tyler 2 Composer (2)
Score Producer (1)
$2,620,098,140 $8,598,566,509 30.5%
Peter Devlin 2 Sound Mixer (2) $1,664,718,890 $2,298,986,545 72.4%
David Stephenson 2 Sound Mixer (2) $1,003,929,794 $2,143,190,983 46.8%
Daniel Laurie 2 Supervising Sound Editor (2) $1,232,134,561 $1,276,767,850 96.5%
Tom Johnson 2 Re-recording Mixer (2)
Sound Mixer (1)
$1,232,134,561 $10,922,712,682 11.3%
Ben Snow 2 Visual Effects Supervisor (2) $1,205,699,471 $3,552,544,957 33.9%
Steve Dent 2 Stunt Coordinator (2) $1,003,929,794 $3,540,648,315 28.4%
Jann Engel 2 Art Director (1)
Set Designer (1)
$2,233,326,505 $2,641,229,087 84.6%
Eric Heffron 2 Associate Producer (2)
Assistant Director (2)
$1,205,699,471 $6,257,450,946 19.3%
Jojo Villanueva 2 Music Coordinator (2) $845,588,011 $5,504,242,076 15.4%
Richard Roberts 2 Set Decorator (2) $2,175,877,980 $9,618,973,929 22.6%