There are 10 marvel movies that disappointed fans which are as follows:
Even if we were to temporarily overlook Spider-Man 3’s history as a treasure trove of the most popular internet memes, it was doomed from the beginning.
Iron Man launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe into a blockbuster success, but it wasn’t until The Avengers that it truly solidified its place.
Although it may be difficult to recall now, Blade was once the top superhero in the Marvel film universe.
It would be unjust and incorrect to downplay how innovative and significant the first two X-Men films were, despite the fact that they may not have aged perfectly.
Hugh Jackman as Wolverine was still adored by audiences, despite how awful The Last Stand was.
The Amazing Spider-Man has many admirers who regard it as the much-needed updated update to Sam Raimi’s trilogy, while not receiving the same level of critical acclaim.
The first Ghost Rider was unmemorable despite having Nicolas Cage in it. It was at most a serviceable film from Marvel’s clumsy early 2000s debut.
The New Mutants was slated to be the first superhero film with a horror theme when it was first revealed in 2017, and fans couldn’t wait.
Marvel’s next significant move was to give Daredevil a chance in the wake of the successes of Blade, X-Men, and particularly Spider-Man.
It is impossible to overestimate the significance of Iron Man for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and popular culture.