Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Top 10 Funniest Moments

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By Aquaman

Marvel offers you something to remember if you have a tendency to laugh out loud whenever any amusing scene happens. Here are our picks for the top 10 funniest Marvel Cinematic Universe moments.

Puny God

This immediately iconic sequence from THE AVENGERS is referenced in a wonderful moment in the THOR: RAGNAROK teaser.

The Hulk interrupts Loki’s diatribe about his grandeur just as it is about to begin by crushing the crap out of him and saying the first words the green giant has ever shouted in the movie. It is a defining moment in a film chock full of famous scenes. And that is just hilarious.

WTF in Marvel

This past summer’s smash movie SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING introduced the finest portrayal of Peter Parker to cinemas. You cannot deny that the movie was funny, regardless of whether you like it or not.

No sequence in the movie was as well placed as the final few seconds when Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May learned who Spider-Man really was. The comedy of this is enhanced by the perfect editing, which suggests more than we really hear.

Trevor Slattery

The Mandarin was given a twist in Iron Man 3, the most divisive movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In retrospect, however, and as a result of a fantastic Marvel One Shot in which Ben Kingsley reprised his role as Trevor Slattery, fans are gradually coming around to this revision in the Mandarin’s origin narrative. This sequence continues to be one of fan favorites in any MCU film, and fans like the entire performance.

Baskin Robbins

It was difficult for Peyton Reed to step into Edgar Wright’s footsteps. Despite having the potential to be a disaster, ANT-MAN is one of the MCU films with the most enjoyable characters.

The more uneven elements of the movie are made to stand on Rudd’s timing and charisma, but the humor is what really makes this movie work. The entire Baskin Robbins scenario in this movie is funny, but there are many more humorous moments as well.


In the first scene in AGE in ULTRON, Tony Stark berates Steve Rogers for making a passing remark about Iron Man swearing.

It might have ended there, but Joss Whedon continues the story over the entire movie, and in the end, Captain America succumbs to peer pressure to use mild profanity. It is among the film’s greatest moments, which are few and far between.

Metaphors in Marvel

The film GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY is fantastic and hilarious throughout. Any Rocket line, the dance between Star Lord and Ronan, or even Groot and the battery might have been cut.

Dave Bautista as Drax, in our opinion, steals the show, nevertheless. His inability to grasp metaphors provides for some hilarious comedy. We believe that they overreached a little bit with Drax in VOL.

Giant Man

Up to the release of INFINITY WAR, CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR represents the finest usage of the diverse range of Marvel characters on the big screen.

These diverse personalities force you to either go big or go home. Giant Man, who makes his MCU debut in this scene, is the biggest thing there is. While Paul Rudd’s response and Tom Holland’s statement might make people grin, Don Cheadle is the one who makes them laugh out loud.


The IRON MAN movies, which helped launch the MCU, featured Robert Downey Jr.’s humor and acting, which is on full show in THE AVENGERS.

There are several funny scenes in Joss Whedon’s movie, but none are as funny as the one when Tony Stark chastises a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent for playing a video game at work only to find that the agent was actually doing it. A funny line with an even funnier punchline.

Get Me A Horse

Although THOR: RAGNAROK is praised as the funniest MCU movie to date, the trilogy has always had comedy. The sequence when Chris Hemsworth breaks his glass and subsequently confuses the creatures that are available for him to ride in Midgard is the most remarkable since it showcases both of his comedic timing.

Mister Doctor in Marvel

Although DOCTOR STRANGE may have been one of the less successful MCU films, it did contain some good line readings from Benedict Cumberbatch, who perfectly captured Tony Stark’s smarmy persona.

The part of this sequence that made me chuckle the most was when Strange’s name was mispronounced. We credit Mads Mikkelsen and his wry response equally for the comedy.