What about the hapless spider that bit Peter Parker? Well, Stan Lee is here to explain, and it’s pretty hilarious.
Tony Stark describes how he is much more than just a man in a metal suit.
Ah, the joys and perils of development hell.
Stan Lee has figured out exactly how Star Wars and Inception should have ended.
What's not to love about Stan Lee? He's 90 years old and he's still one of the biggest supporters of superhero stories on the planet, not to mention a guy who seems to sincerely love his fans.
On December 28th, 1922 Stanley Lieber was born to Jewish immigrants and then raised in the swelling mass of the Bronx. In 90 years he would learn to play the flute, grow a bithcin' mustache and, oh yeah, reshape comic books as we know them.
Well, folks, it's very nearly Christmas, and that means videos of a holiday theme. Even Stan Lee is getting into the spirit of things, as evidenced by, I kid you not, him reciting 'Twas the Night Before Christmas in its entirety. With a little Stan Lee panache, of course.
If there's one thing we can always count on from a Marvel movie, it's an amusing cameo from Stan "The Man" Lee—so of course we're expecting yet another appearance by Lee in Thor: The Dark World. Stan's cameos are usually kept as secret as possible, but it seems someone tied to the film's London shoot may have spilled some details.
The news has been coming fast and furious on Amazing Spider-Man 2, and now director Marc Webb has set down with Marvel legend Stan Lee to talk about what's coming next for the franchise reboot. Plus, they dig into the mystery of Peter Parker's parents.
What started as a funny little in-joke has grown into one of the biggest recurring cameos in film history, as Marvel icon Stan Lee has popped up in everything from Thor to Iron Man in recent years. Now, with work on Amazing Spider-Man 2 getting ready to ramp up, Lee is aiming even higher for his latest guest spot.