10 worst Marvel movies ever made, ranked

From MCU misfires to failed TV movies, let's take a look at the worst and most disappointing Marvel movies of all time.

Chris Hemsworth as Thor in Marvel Studios' THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2022. All Rights Reserved.
Chris Hemsworth as Thor in Marvel Studios' THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2022. All Rights Reserved. /
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Morbius
Morbius (Jared Leto) in Columbia Pictures' MORBIUS. © 2022 CTMG, Inc. All Rights Reserved.**ALL IMAGES ARE PROPERTY OF SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT INC. FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY. SALE, DUPLICATION OR TRANSFER OF THIS MATERIAL IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.** /

3. Morbius

A movie that has very quickly found itself on the list of the genre's most infamous outings Morbius was the second installment in Sony Pictures' Universe of Spider-Man Characters, coming after Venom. But while the latter movie may have been no critical masterpiece, it was a fan-favorite that grossed over $800 million at the box office. Morbius did neither.

The Jared Leto-led film was panned by fans and critics, with many considering it so bad that it became an internet sensation. "It's Morbin' Time" became a viral phenomenon, with fans just dragging the movie because of how bad it is. And unfortunately, the movie itself didn't produce anything of a high enough standard to prove them wrong.

There are some good moments in Morbius and the effects are great, but the story just wasn't there. I'm not sure it deserves all of the hate that it gets, but after a pretty great and haunting first trailer, it needed to be better than this. Even its post-credits scene was dragged, both because of how badly-shot it was and the fact that it just felt like the movie existed simply to engineer a scene like this, setting up a movie that may never come.

A misguided attempt to capitalize on the film's internet audience, Sony rereleased it in theaters, only for it to perform worse than it did the first time around.