2016 has been a hugely profitable year for Marvel movies released so far, and that trend shows no signs whatsoever of slowing down. This year started with the smash hit Deadpool, which was the biggest surprise movie of the past few years. Deadpool has set all kinds of records, including becoming the highest grossing R-Rated movie of all time, en route to a world-wide cume of over $762 million dollars. With a budget of only $50 million dollars, Deadpool has returned a massive profit and was far more successful than anyone could have ever imagined.

The movie theater is not the only place that you can find your favorite Marvel heroes this year.  If you are a fan of these superhero comic book movies, and want to get a fix of playing them online, there are some that are even free to play like online Marvel roulette, where you can find your favorite characters featured in games like Captain America, Iron Man, Spiderman, and more!  They offer online casino games whose central stars stem from the pages of Marvel Comics.

Captain American: Civil War just released domestically, and has brought in over $180 million dollars on it’s opening weekend. This was to be expected, as the Avengers are insanely popular, and after only two weekends of wide release the movie has already brought in over an astounding $670 million dollars world-wide. Do not expect the traction for this movie to slow down any time soon. It will easily reach a total of over $1 billion dollars at the box office.

Next up on the docket for Marvel in 2016 are X-Men: Apocalypse due to be released on May 27, and Doctor Strange, due to be released on November 4th. These two movies are both already getting a lot of critical acclaim, and there is no reason to doubt that they will be as successful as their counterparts already released earlier this year, and other Marvel movies released the past few years as well.  If anything, these two movies have a chance to go on to become even more successful at the world-wide box office!

About Jack Maloney

Jack Maloney lives in Milwaukee where he spends a lot of time watching basketball, writing about basketball, coaching basketball, and listening to Kanye. He is also the editor of The Friendly Bounce and a writer for Hardwood Paroxysm.