Marvel has thus far done an amazing job of dividing fans right down the middle with Captain America: Civil War. It seems as though nobody can come to an overall consensus regarding whether or not to side with Iron Man or Captain America. Show More Summary
The venerable Marvel Comics Godfather attempts to pick a side between Team Iron Man and Team Captain America for CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR.
Co-director Joe Russo reveals the thought that went into picking a cameo for the legendary Stan Lee in the next Marvel movie.
The team behind Deadpool 2 talk about Cable’s role in the film. Joe Russo teases Stan Lee’s cameo in Civil War. Gotham teases the return of Fish Mooney. Plus, a new clip from X-Men Apocalypse, a ton of new Civil War stills, and new details on Lego’s next Star Wars series. To me, my Spoilers! Read more...
We are just days away from seeing Team Iron Man face off against Team Captain America in Marvel’s newest blockbuster, Captain America: Civil War. The stakes are high for both sides as a Superhero Registration Act threatens to tear the Avengers apart. Team Iron Man believes that registering their identities with the government will help […]
This article does not have any spoilers about Captain America: Civil War…except that Stan Lee has a cameo, but you probably already guessed that. If there’s any staple in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that is more precious than the after credits scene, it’s the Stan Lee cameo. Show More Summary
Stan Lee is going international. The prolific comic guru has yet another superhero moving to the film world. This time it’s a little more unconventional. Lee’s hero Chakra is going to Bollywood! India’s version of the Hollywood scene has yet to take the U.S. by storm and the take over is long over due. Superheros are ruling […]
Even after Stan Lee left Marvel, he never stopped creating superheroes and now one of those newer creations is coming to the big-screen. The animated superhero Chakra the Invincible is turning into a live-action Bollywood movie. Read more...
According to HitFix, another one of Stan Lee’s many comic book creations is getting a live-action movie, but unlike Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Iron Man, and J. Jonah Jameson, this superhero doesn’t live in New York—or even the United States. Show More Summary
When Stan Lee and Jack Kirby introduced the Black Panther in the pages of Fantastic Four No. 52 in 1966, they were wholly unaware that the Lowndes County Freedom Organization—an Alabama-based civil rights group organized by Stokely Carmichael...Show More Summary
World-famous comic-book writer Stan Lee, whose creations include “X-Men,” “The Incredible Hulk” and “Iron Man” among others, is now planning to bring his first Indian superhero to the big screen.
While Stan Lee is no longer involved in the day to day activities of Marvel, beyond his extensive list of cameo movie roles, he's continued to work on new and inventive comic characters. One of his most recent was 2011's Chakra the Invincible, his first Indian superhero character. Show More Summary
Stan Lee' POW Entertainment property is headed to film, with pre-production set to kick-off soon.
It’s not brought up too frequently in the recent waves of D.C. and Marvel blockbusters, but it’s kind of messed up that all the superheroes appear to be headquartered in New York. Yes, Manhattan magnetically attracts mega-powered megalomaniacs like mosquitos to a BBQ, but the rest of America, not to mention the rest of Earth, needs help as well. Show More Summary
Marvel have been talking about making an Inhumans movie from as early as March 2011, and there has been no shortage of tantalising updates in the time since. Stan Lee was reporting talking about development in 2012 and a script by Joe Robert Cole, who also wrote the Black Panther movie due for release in […]
Stan Lee's myriad appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe might be cute nods to the co-creator of so many beloved characters. Or, as a new video shows, it might tell a sad story.
Stan "The Man" Lee is, for all intents and purposes, the glue to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Even if he's not there in person, you can see him in a Marvel project in some way, shape or form. But why is he there, and what's the story...Show More Summary
Doctor Strange isn’t quite as popular as some other Marvel Comics superheroes, yet he is well known enough to warrant a film adaptation of the comic book series, which was originally created by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee in the 1960s. For those who haven’t followed Doctor Strange throughout his Marvel adventures, a short look... Show More Summary
On this day in 1966, in the pages of Fantastic Four #52, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby introduced the world to Wakanda, the most technologically advanced civilzation in the world, hidden in the heart of the African continent. At the head of...Show More Summary
Doctor Doom first appeared in Fantastic Four #5 by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott and Stan Goldberg, published on April 10 1961. One of the most iconic villains in comic book history, Victor Von Doom has always remained steadfast in his goals: Take over the world for its own benefit, and kill Reed Richards along the way, if there's time. Continue reading…