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'. [...]
We learned last week that Kevin Smith is already moving forward on his next project, an action comedy called Yoga Hosers that will be headlined by Smith's own daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, as well as Johnny Depp and his daughter, Lily-Rose Depp. Show More Summary
You dorks. You beautiful, beautiful dorks. Hit the jump for Stan Lee's, too.
During a weekend appearance, the legendary creator happily agreed to undergo the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
During last weekends Wizard World Chicago Comic Con Stan Lee made his usual appearance, although this time there was an added twist. Towards the end of Stan’s panel, Wizard World CEO John Macaluso challenged Stan Lee to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. You’d have to be Amish or living in a cave to not […]
There are comic book nerds, and there are science nerds — and there are those so smart across all boards, even Stan Lee is baffled. That spot of academic excellence is reserved for the geniuses who put together the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Show More Summary
By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Marvel Entertainment's chief emeritus Stan Lee may be in his ninth decade, but it hasn't stopped him from adding outposts to his creative empire as he hopes to interest a new generation of children in super heroes of all shapes and sizes. Show More Summary
Fans can learn more about 'The Sinister Six' from director Marc Webb and creator Stan Lee on 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Target-exclusive Blu-ray. [...]
WatchMojo.com has created a great compilation video that features some of the best Stan Lee cameos in Marvel films. Mr. Lee has been everything from a “mental patient” in Thor: The Dark World, Hugh Hefner in Iron Man, and more. This legend has captured the imaginations of comic book readers everywhere, and he has a […]
On Friday, CR readers were asked to "Name Five Comics You Enjoy That Came Out The Year You Were Born." This is how they responded. Tom Spurgeon 1. "Bull Tales," Garry Trudeau 2. Fantastic Four #72, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee 3. Feds 'N' Heads #1, Gilbert Shelton 4. Show More Summary
Five For Friday #389: Name Five Comics You Enjoy That Came Out The Year You Were Born 1. "Bull Tales," Garry Trudeau 2. Fantastic Four #72, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee 3. Feds 'N' Heads #1, Gilbert Shelton 4. Flight 714, Hergé 5. His Name Is... Savage, Gil Kane modified from a suggestion by Sean Kleefeld; thanks, Sean
YouTube Link Stan Lee has made so many entertaining cameo appearances in media presentations that it's hard to pick favorites. However, in this video produced by Watch Mojo, a valiant effort is made to do just that. From security guard to Hugh Hefner, comic book writer to publishing executive — Lee has quite the range! Via Geeks Are Sexy.
Sony Pictures is combining the best elements of Stan Lee's 'Apollo Rising' and spec script 'Eternal' for a new project. [...]
Two projects, very similar in subject matter about Greek Gods on Earth, are being melded together into one project at Sony. Apollo Rising — which is based on an original idea by the legendary comic book creator Stan Lee (Spider-Man)Show More Summary
This legend has captured the imaginations of comic book readers everywhere, and he has a habit of popping up on big screens when least expected. [Daily Motion]