File photo showing Stan Lee and his daughter J.C. Lee as they attend the premiere of the film "Spider-Man 2" at the Mann Village Theater, in Westwood, California, on June 22, 2004.
Legend is a word that is thrown out a lot as it relates to people of a certain status within the pop culture landscape, but it's safe to say that Stan Lee truly fit that bill as good as anyone ever will. He founded Marvel Comics and started a superhero universe comprising of "Black Panther", "Captain America", "Hulk" and many more.
Jackman played Wolverine across the X-Men films, which were based on Lee and Jack Kirby's X-Men comics, before retiring the adamantium claws with the R-rated Logan. Lee was reportedly rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he later died, according to TMZ.
Cultural behemoth Stan Lee has died aged 95. Spider-Man, created by Lee in 1962, was his favourite. But, at Comic-Con, no one felt more important than Stan "The Man". As I got older...
Seeing the famous face address them by name must've been a thrill, but while European broadcasters signed onto the idea, Gillis said getting the rest of the financing into place didn't go as smoothly.
Venom director Ruben Fleischer told The Washington Post recently it was a true thrill to shoot a Stan cameo, so viewers now get to see Lee - playing a San Francisco pedestrian - tell Eddie/Venom (Tom Hardy) neither the reporter nor his symbiote should give up on their love interest, Anne (Michelle Williams).
The action series starred Irish actor James Nesbitt as a police officer with the power to control luck.