To date, Stan Lee has made a cameo appearance in every single one of the Marvel Studios films (the Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America and Avengers movies). But, that streak is about to end as Lee confirms that he won't be making an appearance in this summer's 'Guardians of the Galaxy'.
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The most common critique of Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' lies with the ABC drama's difficulty matching the heights and star power of its cinematic brethren, but the 'Agents' will at least have one Marvel movie staple under their belt in the coming weeks. The legend himself, Stan Lee will put in his obligatory cameo with an "big" 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' role in the coming weeks.
We all know that Marvel is currently developing 'Ant-Man', 'Black Panther', 'Doctor Strange' and a few other properties for the next phase of their cinematic universe, but one character we haven't heard any updates on is Silver Surfer. So will we ever see the Surfer hop aboard his own movie? One guy in the know - Stan Lee - thinks so!
Marvel Studios may be one of the biggest Hollywood successes of the past decade, but they tend to play things close to the vest, only releasing information about their upcoming projects when they feel the time is right. Recently, the studio announced three mystery projects scheduled for release between 2016 and 2017. However, thanks to Marvel mascot Stan Lee, the identity of one of those films may have been revealed. Are you ready to meet 'Black Panther'?
What's a kid to do when she can't choose which superhero she'd like to cosplay? You just cosplay as the guy that created all of your favorites: Marvel's own superhuman, Stan Lee!
The last time we saw Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee on an episode of 'The Simpsons,' he was busy shoving a "Thing" figurine into a Batmobile, so will time have changed his manner at all? We'll find out this fall when Lee returns to 'The Simpsons' after 12 years for a guest role in the 25th season, but what new chaos will he bring to Springfield's Comic Boot Guy this time around?
Today's news comes courtesy of America's favorite crazy ol' grandpa, Stan Lee, who confirms that Marvel is indeed developing movies for Black Panther, Dr. Strange, and the Inhumans.
Stan Lee has been a good company man for Marvel - he's appeared in pretty much every modern Marvel movie ever made and has generally be a positive brand ambassador. But geez, even Stan Lee kinda hated the 'Fantastic Four' movies...