Stop claiming he confirmed anything, doofuses.
If Stan Lee is right, Marvel is pretty great at keeping things on the down low. It’s actually pretty amusing how they dodge questions, deny information, send us on wild goose chases and all that. And I respect them for it, because half the fun of all this are the pleasant surprises you never see […]
Stan Lee's cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy is pretty great—he gets to pretend like he's mackin' on a younger lady, and Rocket gets to make some solid jokes at his expense. But at Dragon Con, director James Gunn revealed that he originally had a bit more vulgar cameo in mind—one that didn't fly with the head honchos at Marvel.
“If my wife says to shave it all off, I will.” Legendary comic creator Stan Lee sits down to discuss the past and present look of his iconic mustache on a recent episode of Stan’s Rants on World of Heroes. In retaliation to all the comments Stan noticed regarding his mustache, Stan wanted to dedicated […]
There have been a lot of great Stan Lee cameos: his “so fired” security guard from Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the “Hef” moment from Iron Man, and playing one of his own characters – mailman Willie Lumpkin – in the first Fantastic Four movie. But this news, if it is to be believed, would […]
StanLeeansweredfans’questionsduringaMarvelpanelatFanExpoCanadalastweekend.CBR hasfullcoverageoftheQ&A,butonepartcaughtourattention.WhenaskedaboutaneventualBlackWidowmovie starringScarlettJohansson,hemayhaveinadvertentlyrevealedthetimelineforamoviethathadn’tbeenofficiallyconfirmedyet:BlackPanther.
Marvel legend Stan Lee confirms Marvel Studios is still working on a 'Black Panther' movie, along with other titles he can't mention. [...]
In Guardians of the Galaxy's pre-requisite Stan Lee cameo, Stan is seen macking on a much younger woman, much as he does in real life. But director James Gunn revealed he had a different cameo for the Marvel mastermind planned, but one that Disney refused to let him film. Read more...
James Gunn's Guardians Of The Galaxy is Marvel's weirdest, most outrageous film yet. It is also the first film of their's that has really pushed the edges of what can and cannot be gotten away with in terms of a Marvel/Disney films' sense of humor. Show More Summary
The answer depends on how much you think Stan Lee knows about Marvel's movie plans. But he said it was happening at Fan Expo Canada. Read more...
Stan Lee has executive producer credit on all Marvel Studios movies even though 92-year old’s role is largely limited to cameos. He’s obviously kept in the loop by Kevin Feige, who oversees all Marvel movie project, which makes a statement from Lee on the rumored Black Panther movie look solid. Show More Summary
Stan Lee has said (again) that Marvel Studios is moving forward with 'Black Panther', but when will we get official confirmation?
How much does Stan "The Man" Lee know about Marvel’s pending film slate? I mean, Stan Lee IS Marvel. Without him, there would be no Cinematic Universe, no characters on which to base these amazing Marvel films that audiences are flocking to (in record-setting fashion). Show More Summary
Stan The Man shares stories new and old as he recounts Spider-Man's inspiration, promotes a Black Widow movie and recalls his favorite cameos.
Kevin Smith has revealed on Twitter that he’s cast Marvel founder Stan Lee in his forthcoming Yoga Hosers alongside Johnny Depp, Michael Parks, Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez, Ralph Garman, Jennifer Schwalbach, Harley Morenstein, Tony Hale, Natasha Lyonne, Austin Butler, Adam Brody, Tyler Posey and Jason Mewes “Yoga Hosers centers on 15-year-old yoga […]
Five years ago I never would've believed that anything Kevin Smith related would make it onto a horror site like AITH, but then he blasted us all in the face with RED STATE (a film I really enjoyed), proving that he's much more than just a comedy guy. Show More Summary
Kevin Smith has always been a comic book fan. His second and third movies were steeped in comics. To this day, he’ll occasionally write a comic and even maintains a podcast about Batman. And for a comic book fan/filmmaker, there’s really nothing better than getting Stan Lee to appear in your film. Show More Summary
Writer/director Kevin Smith built his career off the back of his love for comic books and geek fandom. While his proclivities for geek culture seeped into many of his movies, none so more than his 1995 romantic comedy Mallrats. Besides, the film featuring a main character who collects comic books and has a weird obsession […]
This weekend Wizard World’s Chicago Comic Con took over a vast convention center inconveniently distanced from the city. The likes of Stan Lee and Anthony Mackie signed autographs and attended Q&A panels while colorful cosplayers roamed the vendor show floor. Show More Summary
Nearly 20 years after directing Stan Lee in 'Mallrats', Kevin Smith gives the Marvel legend a new role in his thriller 'Yoga Hosers'. [...]