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At 93 years young, Stan Lee still remains one of the most respected figures in comics, whose cameos in every Marvel movie have become the stuff of legend. Stan Lee is responsible for creating some of the most iconic characters in comic book history, like Spider-Man, the X-Men and the Fantastic Four, all of which have been regular fixtures on the big screen, in several different incarnations. But what superhero movie is Stan Lee's absolute favorite? Today we finally have our answer.
Stan Lee recently held a Q&A on Facebook, where he was asked by a fan named Blake what his favorite superhero movie of all time is. Stan Lee didn't hesitate with his answer, which most may not be surprised by. Here's what Stan Lee had to say in his Q&A below, in response to Blake's question.
"I think my favorite comic book movie was the first »
When it was released 10 years ago (on May 26, 2006), "X-Men: The Last Stand" seemed like the end of an era -- the conclusion of the "X-Men" trilogy, the end of director Bryan Singer's involvement with the franchise, and the last time we'd see the original cast. Little did we know that it was only the beginning, that Singer, the X-Men, and even Patrick Stewart as Professor X would all be back with a vengeance.
While "X3" was a huge hit at the box office, it was divisive with fans -- it's the poster-child for why third installments of movie franchises are usually regarded as the worst entry. In honor of the infamous threequel's tenth anniversary, here are ten things you need to know about the summer blockbuster.
1. After directing the first two "X-Men" movies to critical and commercial success, Singer famously dropped out of the third movie to make "Superman Returns. »
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