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Stan Lee Turns 95 (Update: Dead - RIP)

Old 08-06-18, 08:33 PM
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Not too much of a surprise at this point, but Stan Lee will no longer be doing any public signings.

https://www.bleedingcool.com/2018/08...blic-signings/
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So, uh, this interview came out:

https://www.thedailybeast.com/stan-l...anyone-let-him

It's actually kind of sad. I still don't know what the truth is. Even in this interview Stan doesn't seem really in his right mind and there are people coaching him.
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It sounds like Stan Lee's daughter is a trainwreck. He's 95. Most people I've been around that age have a lot less going on than Stan Lee with all of his numerous business entanglements.

Once his wife died, it seems no one is really looking out for his best interests.
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Old 10-09-18, 05:08 PM
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It sounds like Stan Lee's daughter is a trainwreck. He's 95. Most people I've been around that age have a lot less going on than Stan Lee with all of his numerous business entanglements.

Once his wife died, it seems no one is really looking out for his best interests.
His daughter never seemed to make anything of herself and is contnet to live off of Stan's money. She'll likely be bankrupt within five years of his death.

I found it odd that Stan seemed to take a jab at his late wife saying all she cared about was spending his money on jewelry.

For all the money he has I was surprised that his house furnishings looked very worn and mismatched. I would have thought his house would have more expensive furniture.
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Rip

http://m.tmz.com/#!2018/11/12/stan-l...marvel-comics/
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Old 11-12-18, 12:53 PM
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Stan Lee Dead 12/28/1922 - 11/12/2018

Just happened. It's on TMZ

http://m.tmz.com/#!2018/11/12/stan-l...marvel-comics/
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We knew this was coming but sad day indeed.
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That sucks. That man had one hell of a life.
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FUCK FUCK FUCK!

I knew it would eventually happen but I hoped this day would never come. He was a hero of mine and a true legend. This is a sad fucking day.
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His is a legacy like no other. He will truly be missed. Nuff said.
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Just heard too. We knew it was coming anytime now. But still sucks
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RIP

Not surprised. He hasn't looked great in recent months. Well, he lived a very long life and made a huge impact in the entertainment world.
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Re: Stan Lee Dead 12/28/1922 - 11/12/2018

Awwww, damn.

I love Stan. He was the greatest ambassador comic books ever had. Or will have.

And his cameos were awesome.

He will be missed.
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Definitely sucks but I can’t say it surprises me. He was older, and I think the loss of his wife really hit him hard. RIP Stan, thanks for so many great characters and stories.
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Helluva guy, he'll be sorely missed. 'Nuff said.
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RIP Stan.

Does anyone know if he filmed cameos for upcoming movies?

I interviewed him years ago for the terrible FF movie, but he was great, very engaged and amiable.
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Excelsior! Stan Lee.
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RIP Stan.

Does anyone know if he filmed cameos for upcoming movies?

I interviewed him years ago for the terrible FF movie, but he was great, very engaged and amiable.
Pretty sure he'll be in at least Avengers 4.

https://screenrant.com/stan-lee-came...arvel-ant-man/
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I would assume he filmed something for Captain Marvel in March and maybe Avengers 4. But, I have to imagine that's it.
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Hologram time!.....
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He had an amazing career and developed some of the most memorable characters in history. RIP and Excelsior!
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Gone but never forgotten! An amazing legacy for sure...
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Damn... RIP. I saw this comment that was worth sharing here...

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I was a true believer, Stan. Excelsior!
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Old 11-12-18, 01:33 PM
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I would assume he filmed something for Captain Marvel in March and maybe Avengers 4. But, I have to imagine that's it.
Probably that last Fox X-men movie as well.
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