It’s hard to imagine Wolverine without his mutton chops and slicked back werewolf-meets-Elvis haircut, but did you know this integral aspect of the character was almost left out of the movies?
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Stan Lee appeared in about 60 cameos for Marvel films and television, but which were amongst his favorites? Here are five that Stan loved, fans loved, or that I’ve really enjoyed personally.
Lucky for us, Chris Evans doesn’t seem to be completely shutting the door on reprising the role again somewhere down the line in a future MCU installment.
There’s more communication now between the comicbook people and the movie people. I can’t say much more than that at this point, but there’s more communication on Shang-Chi than there was on Thanos.
Marvel stealthily dropped a little 12-minute documentary called Expanding the Universe that explores the upcoming Marvel Disney+ shows.
Like Stan’s fans all over the world, those of us who worked with him for years hold so many warm memories of The Man. We thought we’d share some of our favorites, in photo form, with you today.
This past weekend, Robert Downey Jr. won Male Movie Star of the Year at the 2019 E! People’s Choice Awards. The actor took to the stage for a brief but touching acceptance speech in which he thanked our Generalissimo, Stan The Man Lee.
Marvel’s Kevin Feige recently revealed that three characters coming to Disney+, She-Hulk, Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel, will also appear on the big screen in the future.
The USC Trojans Marching Band recently performed a Marvel-themed halftime show – and like the MCU, it was epic.
When the team behind the upcoming Marvel’s Avengers video game sought guidance on how to reintroduce fans and newcomers to these characters, they naturally wanted to go straight to the source: Stan The Man.