Stan Lee is a legend in many ways, but no one could have foreseen the popularity he would get via his numerous cameos in Marvel movies and shows. And by “numerous”, we mean nearly every single one of them. From all the MCU films, to the Fox films, and even Agents of Shield and the Netflix shows (via a plaque with him on it, Stan Lee is everywhere…almost everywhere.
For at Megacon this past weekend, noted by The Hollywood Reporter, Stan Lee revealed he actually wasn’t in a particular place he was “filmed” in for the movie Deadpool.
“I don’t know if I should tell you the truth about that cameo. It will kill all your fun,” Lee said in an interview at MegaCon (via The Hollywood Reporter). “I was not in the topless dancing place. I did that in a studio and then they put it into the movie, and I’m damn mad about that!”
Despite this, Lee is apparently getting ready to film more cameos, though he isn’t sure for which ones yet.
“I’ve got to be there either next week or the week after, and I’m going to do three cameos for three different movies,” he said. “Now, I don’t know what the movies are. I don’t know what the cameos are, but I know I’ll damn well be there.”
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