Armie Hammer called out celebrities for posting pics with Stan Lee

Ruben Ruiz
November 15, 2018

Co-director Joe Russo acknowledged that Lee was available for multiple shoots (Thanks previous year, saying that "we try to get him out for his cameos around the same time".

"We're still trying to get it made".

Yet for as beloved as Lee went on to become as the smiling and affable "Stan the Man", his career was not without controversy.

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Stan Lee was smiling and cheerful 2 days before his death during what would be his final sit-down with the man he trusted to run Marvel Comics.

Grummett said he was five or six years old when he would "risk his hide" crossing Saskatoon's 22nd Street to buy an Avengers comic book, because Lee's characters were that dear to him.

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In his, Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive of The Walt Disney Company, described Lee as "extraordinary as the characters he created". Such was Stan's lovable fandom that it wouldn't be uncommon for fans to applaud in the movie theater when he makes his brief on-screen appearances.

What's really amusing about Jeffrey Dean Morgan caping for these Stan Lee tributes is that he's never acted in a Marvel movie.

One Twitter user pointed out that Mark Ruffalo's tribute did not include himself in the photo, but a picture of Lee with a statue of Ruffalo's character, The Incredible Hulk.

Though the world and the entertainment industry has certainly lost an icon, Lee's creations will live on until the end of time.

Lee is survived by his daughter J.C. and younger brother.

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