Although neither a critical nor commercial success, the Eric Bana-powered flick provided key lessons for Marvel's approach to building a cohesive world beginning with 2008's “Iron Man.”
Comic book legend Stan Lee was granted a temporary restraining order against Keya Morgan, his former business manager, on Wednesday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles police are investigating reports of elder abuse against Stan Lee that come amid a struggle over the life and fortune of the 95-year-old Marvel Comics mogul, court documents showed Wednesday.
Keya Morgan, the man who Stan Lee once called his “only partner and business manager,” was arrested on Monday on suspicion of filing a fake police report, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The comic book legend is being sued by a woman who accuses him of acting in an inappropriate manner during a session.
Stan Lee is either “in need of a superhero himself,” as a friend said this week, or he’s fine, as the comic book legend himself declared two days later.
On Monday, news broke that 21st Century Fox, the parent company of studio 20th Century Fox, was in talks to sell its properties to Disney. An agreement that sends intellectual property and franchises from Fox to Disney would mean a monumental shift for American media. Marvel properties, from the Avengers on the big screen to the Defenders on Netflix, dominate the box office, ratings, and pop culture.
The series premiere of “The Gifted” may not have featured the popular X-Men we love from the big screen, but it did gift Marvel fans with Easter eggs.
A new featurette included on the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" home edition (Digital HD is available Tuesday; the 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD versions will be out Oct. 17) sheds some light on the Vulture's long (flight) path into the incarnation that moviegoers saw in this summer's blockbuster.
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In a ceremony emceed by noted fanboy Kevin Smith, Lee was saluted by the likes of actors Clark Gregg (Agent Phil Coulson in Avengers and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) and Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, as well as former Spider-Man writer and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane.
Honored alongside Jack Kirby (with whom he conceived many of the now classic Marvel heroes), Stan Lee was visibly moved by his Disney Legends induction
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Stan Lee wasn’t the only Lee to play a role in Marvel Comics and Marvel TV shows. Joan Lee may have been crucial to Marvel history, in fact.
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“We have a character — the Black Panther — that they’re going to do as movie. This week, Black Panther makes a spectacular entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War. Played by Chadwick Boseman (42, Get On Up), Black Panther is the formidable alter ego of T’Challa, prince of the fictional African nation of Wakanda.
Hey there true believers and game show fans, SuperFan TV is back with another roundup of the week’s best game show moments. “What is a miserable failure?” would be the question to “Three contestants losing and nobody walking away with money on Jeopardy.” That’s right, in very rare occurrence, all three contestants on an episode of the Alex Trebek-hosted show came away with bupkis. Craig tried using a word that the kids use, and like most people who are behind the times, it didn’t quite work - it wasn’t…on fleek.
Comic books are great and all, but nothing compares to meeting a real-life superhero. As you’ll see in this exclusive clip, when host Wayne Brady addresses him as “Mr. Lee,” the 93-years-young writer said, “Most folks call me Stan.” Of course they do! After all, what kind of a superhero name is Mr. Lee? Lee…um, Stan’s objective was to help an eager contestant named Allan score $200 by correctly identifying the famous hero he’d be drawing.