"If she is as good an actress as I hear she is, I think she'll be absolutely wonderful," Lee said to the Toronto Sun during his interview that promoted his appearance at Fan Expo Canada. "The color of their skin doesn't matter, their religion doesn't matter, all that matters is that this is the right person for the role."
At a Marvel panel at the Fan Expo Canada, a fan asked M. Lee, when we could expect a Black Widow solo film. His answer confirmed something entirely different:
We haven't made a Black Widow movie but she's been in some of our movies, and she will be featured more prominently as we move forward. And the chances are she will have her own movie because eventually all the superheroes are going to have their own movies. They are already working on Ant-Man, Dr. Strange and the Black Panther and there are others I am not allowed to talk about.
We already know that Ant-Man is currently filming, and Doctor Strange is still working on finding its cast, but Black Panther is entirely new. Kevin Fiege told us to expect it in the future, but this quote from Stan Lee suggests we'll see it soon. What do you think?
At this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Hayley Atwell and James D'Arcy from Marvel's Agent Carter challenged Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet from their sister show Agents of SHIELD to a dubsmash challenge.
Now, they're at it again, lip-syncing their way through popular songs (this time for charity). This time around, Hayley Atwell enlisted Marvel cameo-king, Stan Lee to hit Clark Gregg hard in his show's signature car, Lola.
Let's see what the SHIELD agents can come up with to compete with this low blow.
Normally, we're used to seeing the Magic Mike side of Channing Tatum, and no one's complaining.
But it's easy to forget that he's also a good guy. While promoting his passion project at Comic-Con, a solo superhero flick about Gambit, the 21 Jump Street star rushed to help veteran nerd hero, Stan Lee off the stage after taking an awesome selfie.