A version of the Spider-Man: No Way Home script reveals that a Stan Lee cameo using a stunt double was planned for the film.
With the recently released script for Spider-Man: No Way Home, we learned that the movie was going to include a cameo from Stan Lee played by a stuntman.
The long-time comic book writer, who died in 2018, appeared in many Marvel projects, starting with The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989) to Avengers: Endgame (2018). In the Spider-Man cinema we saw him in the three films of the original trilogy, in the two of The Amazing Spider-Man and in the first of Tom Holland: Spider-Man: Homecoming.
However, in a film that brings together the past and present talent that has given life to Spider-man in his different sagas, it was logical to consider including his famous co-creator, who had appearances in several films of the wall-crawler.
According to the script for Spider-Man: No Way Home, Stan Lee’s (or his double’s) cameo would have come in the final minutes of the film, when Peter visits the coffee shop where MJ works. In the movie version, upon arriving at the store, Peter goes to MJ talking to a white-haired customer. The script reveals that the client was originally going to be a “Stan Lee look-alike.”
Although we will never see that moment, in such an emotional film, we are sure it would have worked.
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Long ago, before World War II, a teenager named Stanley Lieber was running errands at the offices of Timely Comics. It wasn’t long before his name was in print after writing a little text in the pages of Captain America… And by the time he got his driver’s license, “Stan Lee” was already running the business as head writer and editor.
After a stint in the army, Lee came back to stay; set out to make the newly rebranded company, Marvel Comics, like no other. In 1961, Fantastic Four #1 hit newsstands, featuring realistic Heroes who doubted their own Abilities, faced money and health problems, and even fought amongst themselves. This success ignited an endless line of hit titles: X-Men, Avengers, Hulk, and Amazing Spider-Man. by 1965, Marvel Comics had won the hearts and minds of readers around the world. In just a few short years, Lee and his companions had created a cohesive universe that resembled our own, but populated by the distinctive Heroes and Villains of Marvel Comics.
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