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Stan Lee Returns to Marvel Studios With Genius Brands, POW! Entertainment Licensing Deal (Exclusive)

Call it Stan Lee: Homecoming. In a unique deal, Stan Lee, the beloved co-creator of Spider-Man, Avengers and Hulk who died in 2018, is returning to Marvel Studios.More from The Hollywood Reporter'Spider-Man' Director Jon Watts to Helm Coming-of-Age 'Star Wars' Disney+ SeriesAbandoned 'Fantastic Four' Film Star Alex Hyde-White Talks Cherished Legacy and New "Force to Be Reckoned With" Reed Richards ActorFantastic Four: A Complicated Cinematic Flashback -- And Why Fans Are Elated for Group's Future Following 'Doctor Strange 2' Marvel has signed a 20-year deal with Stan Lee Universe, a venture between Genius Brands International and POW! Entertainment, to license the name...
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Marvel Inks New Deal Allowing Stan Lee to Appear in Future Movies and TV Shows

Prior to his passing, one of the traditions in every Marvel movie is a cameo appearance from the legendary Stan Lee, the man behind the comic book empire. While the Marvel projects moved forward since then without any appearance from him, there are still a lot of fans who miss seeing him on the screen. Now, it looks like the tradition might continue again in the near future.
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She-Hulk Trailer Has a Stan Lee and Jack Kirby Easter Egg

The first trailer for Marvel's She-Hulk: Attorney at Law finally debuted on Tuesday, clueing us in on what to expect from the Marvel Cinematic Universe debut of Jennifer Walters / She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany). The trailer was jam-packed with clever moments and surprising pieces of Marvel canon, both tied to Jen's storied comic history and beyond. That included a blink-and-you'll-miss-it reference to a key part of Jen's status quo — one that also doubles as an Easter egg for some of Marvel's most significant names.
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Marvel signs deal to use name and likeness of Stan Lee in future projects

In a new deal, Stan Lee, famous creator of Spider-Man and other beloved Marvel heroes, will be returning to Marvel Studios. Marvel has signed a 20-year deal with Stan Lee Universe to license the name and likeness of the iconic comic creator for use in future feature films and television productions, as well as Disney theme parks, “experiences”, and merchandise.
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Stan Lee may appear in future Marvel movies, after all

Improbably, comic book legend Stan Lee is returning to Marvel. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the superhero studio has signed a 20-year deal with Stan Lee Universe, a company founded by Lee prior to his death in 2018, to license the name and likeness of the iconic writer-producer for use in future entertainment products.
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No rest for Stan Lee: Icon to appear in future Marvel projects

Prior to his death in 2018, the legendary Stan Lee–co-creator of the beloved Spider-Man, Hulk, and Avengers characters–was prone to appearing in live-action and animated adaptations of Marvel’s famous comics heroes. As is his due considering his work as writer and editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics ushered in a historic period in pop culture thanks to his, Jack Kirby, and Steve Ditko’s artistry and imagination.
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Marvel legend Stan Lee could be making new MCU cameo appearances

Marvel legend Stan Lee may have passed away in 2018 at the age of 95, but that doesn't mean he won't be making any further appearances in the MCU. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel just signed a deal with Stan Lee Universe which will allow them "to licence the name and likeness of Lee for use in future feature films and television productions, as well as Disney theme parks, various 'experiences' and merchandising".
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Marvel sparks backlash by announcing potential CGI Stan Lee cameos

Stan Lee could be set to appear posthumously in the MCU, after Marvel signed a deal to licence his likeness.The studio has provoked a major reaction from fans after signing a deal with Stan Lee Universe to allow “to licence the name and likeness of Lee for use in future feature films and television productions, as well as Disney theme parks, various 'experiences' and merchandising".As The Hollywood Reports, it would potentially allow the late Lee to make appearances in CGI form in upcoming movies, as well as Disney theme parks and various bits of merchandise.While there have been no further...
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Origins of Marvel Comics by Stan Lee is Marvel Comics' autobiography

Every superhero has a great origin story. Marvel Comics has its own as well. In 1974, mighty Marvel had been ticking along for about 13 years and had already enjoyed great success, supplanting DC as the top publisher and getting its characters on Saturday morning cartoons and a variety of licensed products. But Marvel still wasn't mainstream. It was kid stuff, or kid stuff-plus, roping in a decent-sized college audience. It still hadn't cracked the comic book ceiling and pushed into mainstream success.
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Kevin Smith Picks Stan Lee as the Biopic He Wants to Make

Though best known for his New Jersey-set comedies, filmmaker Kevin Smith has put out into the universe the biopic he'd most like to get made, and if you're aware of his personality and friendships over the years it...makes a lot of sense. Speaking on his latest FatMan Beyond Live episode, Smith was asked the question and replied: "Stan Lee would make an amazing biopic....I don't think I'm talented to tell that story though. I think I'm only good enough to do the Kevin Smith biopic, but if somebody was like here's a blank check and you can do whatever you want, as far as biopics go I think I would try to go with Stan Lee."
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Spider-Man Director Remembers Trying to Make Thor Movie With Stan Lee in the 1990s

Sam Raimi is best known for his work on Spider-Man and the Evil Dead franchise, and now the director is taking on Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness next. It turns out, before he helmed his Spider-Man trilogy, the director and Stan Lee went around pitching a Thor film in the early 90s. Raimi recently had a discussion with Rolling Stone and he revealed the experience of trying to get a Thor movie made.
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Spider-Man’s Sam Raimi Reveals Funny Reason Why Stan Lee Was Originally Bummed About The Movie’s CGI

Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movie was one of the film’s that created the comic book movie boom that we are experiencing today. It was the first cinematic outing for one of the most popular characters in the history of the medium. Spider-Man’s success and legacy cannot be understated, but Sam Raimi says that early on Stan Lee was very disappointed in what he saw.
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