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At 92-years-old, legendary superhero creator Stan "The Man" Lee doesn't show any signs of slowing down, and he just second new film project of the week, and it sounds awesome.
Stan Lee created pretty much every major superhero in the Marvel Universe today. His name is attached to X-Men, Spider-Man, and The Incredible Hulk just to name a few.
Just like the original Civil War story, who fans are siding with in Captain America: Civil War will depend on their personal beliefs, but Marvel legend and cameo king Stan Lee has made his position in this event official.
This past July at San Diego Comic-Con, Stan Lee revealed that his cameo in X-Men: Apocalypse will be unique compared to his previous ones, and now we know why.
Josh Trank, Fox and the cast all took a beating in the weeks following the filmís release, with many believing that something dubious happened behind the scenes to doom the picture (no pun intended) before it even opened. But Stan Lee has a much simpler reason for the movieís failure, as he explains.
When it was revealed a couple years ago that the new Fantastic Four movie would star Michael B. Jordan as The Human Torch, a divide was created in the audience. Some fans are excited by the casting, recognizing Jordan as a talented young actor; but others hate the choice simply because Jordan is black and The Human Torch in the comics is white.
While his decades-long list of Marvel cameos is diverse, he just revealed heís really psyched about what heíll be doing next year in X-Men: Apocalypse.
A Stan Lee cameo has become a calling card of Marvel movies, and that isn't going to change anytime soon.
It turns out that Stan Lee is quite the fashionista, because he had a slight problem with the original garments of The Vision.
While Hulk gained a great deal of notoriety thanks to the Incredible Hulk television show, and was considered by many to be the best part of Joss Whedon's The Avengers, the two solo features in which he has starred in the past 15 years didn't go over nearly as well with audiences or critics.
No one pulls off a cameo appearance quite like Stan Lee. With one of his famous pop-ins coming in this weekendís Avengers: Age of Ultron, itís high time that Lee pass along his knowledge and technique to the next generation of great cameo actors.
Big Hero 6 was a huge hit, so a sequel felt inevitable, and according to Stan Lee, it's already on the way.
Director Kevin Smith breaks news that the legendary Stan Lee will return in Mallrats 2. Stan Lee will have a more prominent role than before.
Fans werenít the only ones excited to see Spider-Man being brought into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Comic book legend Stan Lee is also looking forward to seeing Spidey join the MCU for this reason.
Stan Lee shows up for a cameo in damn near every movie based on a Marvel title, whether Marvel Studios produced the picture or not. There are a few where he doesnít, but in the next big comic adaptation, fans will get a double dose of Stan the Man.
A stunning new figure of Stan Lee stands as an appropriate tribute to a giant of the entertainment world. Now, it appears that the colossal creator himself will join several other superheroes in the 1:6 scale action figure club, many of which he had initially created!
It was just last week that director Kevin Smith hinted that he was developing a Mallrats 2, and while he has three movies lined up to film before working on that project, that hasnít stopped him from starting to get a cast together.
Itís certainly looking like Kevin Smithís recent tease of a tweet regarding a sequel to 1995ís absurd, but adored comedy, Mallrats was on the level. Smithís latest tweet may finally confirm what fans have been recently approaching with cautious optimism. With Smith depicting a mini cast reunion and a bold pronouncement, Mallrats 2 clearly isnít just an optical illusion caused by gratuitous magic eye poster ogling.
Thereís one thing Marvel wonít do and thatís decapitate one of its characters in front of entire audiences. One character in Guardians was originally supposed to meet this fate, but thatís when James Gunn and his team realized that just might not be the right move.
Wouldnít you know, comic book pioneer Stan ďThe ManĒ Lee proves to be at the head of that charge for comic-book diversity, exploring a project that will open up his massive influence to a huge portion of the global community.