Stan Lee is a true legend in the world of fiction, and every single time he appears in a new Marvel movie it stands as a tribute to the amazing comic book world that he helped create. Sadly, however, the guy is now 93 years old -- meaning that getting each cameo done isn't exactly the easiest...
Find out if there really is a "Vulture's Soliloquy" in an Amazing Spider-Man anniversary issue! The post Was Stan Lee Really Quoting From a Comic Book in Mallrats? appeared first on CBR.com.
Last fall, while at the Comikaze comic-con in Los Angeles, I attended a press gathering with the best-known name in comics history, nonagenarian Marvel impresario Stan Lee. At one point, he recounted the frustrations he felt with his boss in the years before his industry-revolutionizing run as co-creator of icons like ... More »
Stan Lee's latest cinematic endeavor, titled Monkey Master, will be a joint effort between American, Indian, and Chinese creative entities. The post Stan Lee Bringing Chinese/Indian Monkey Warrior Myth to the Big Screen appeared first on CBR.com.
The Marvel comics icon is the latest creator looking to the huge Chinese market.
A little over a week since I had the chance to ask Stan Lee a question and wouldn’t you know it, I’m still jacked that I had a chance to speak with him. The man is a legend. One of the first cartoons I watched growing up was SPIDER-MAN AND HIS AMAZING FRIENDS which Stan narrated for season 2. Show More Summary
CBR takes a look back at Stan Lee's version of the DC Universe, ranking his "Just Imagine..." titles, which reimagined DC's most iconic heroes, from worst to best. The post Stan Lee’s DC Comics ‘Just Imagine…’ Stories, Ranked appeared first on CBR.com.
The greatest fast food kids toy ever came from a Backstreet Boys partnership with Marvel, where Stan Lee turned the boy band into superheroes. For a limited time in 2000, Burger King gave away the plastic crime-fighting singers to go...Show More Summary
Stan Lee has had cameos in plenty of Marvel superhero properties, but he's never gotten to be the superhero. That's all about to change. Kinda.
Throughout his career, Stan Lee has co-created a number of the world's most beloved comic superheroes including Doctor Strange, Daredevil, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, the Avengers, and the X-Men.
For many nerds, Stan Lee is a legend, but that probably doesn’t mean that he needs to take on legendary status in a movie about his “life.” The Hollywood Reporter stated that the […]
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The legendary comic book writer has appeared in small roles in nearly every Marvel movie, and CBR ranks them all from worst to best. The post Stan Lee’s Marvel Movie Cameos, Ranked appeared first on CBR.com.
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In news that even the truest of believers probably didn't see coming, it looks like Stan Lee is getting his own superhero movie
According to The Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox has acquired the life rights of Stan Lee, the creator of Marvel's most notable heroes such as Spider-Man, Iron Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four, The Incredible Hulk, Ant-Man, and Doctor Strange. Show More Summary
With the life he's led, it's not surprising to hear that his life story is being adapted for the big screen. What IS surprising, though, is the style in which it will be told. 20th Century Fox has gotten...
While Stan Lee has created many wonderful superhero characters for both the pages of comic books and the screens for multi-plexes, perhaps the favorite Marvel character of all is Stan Lee himself. The creator of Marvel Comics has appeared in a cameo role in every Marvel movie to date, but now Twentieth Century Fox reports... Show More Summary
The film is described as like "Roger Moore Bond" The post Fox Acquires Stan Lee’s Life Rights to Make Action-Adventure Movie appeared first on ComingSoon.net.