“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” has a bittersweet moment for fans when the film hits theaters in December: one of Stan Lee’s final cameos, and the first since his death Nov. 12 at 95.
While Stan the Man never got to see the final cut of “Spider-Verse,” directors Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman told TheWrap that he recorded his cameo over a year ago, and got to see how he would look in the film’s ambitious, hybrid style that blends 3-D animation with hand-drawn details and facial expressions.
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The cameo comes as Miles Morales decides to follow in Peter Parker’s footsteps and take up the mantle of Spider-Man. But being just a teenager with a secret no one else knows, he can