Avengers: Endgame brings the end of the era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which began iron Man in 2008. But Stan LeeIn 2018, the end of an era that began only in 1961. But both era are suitably packaged in one final portrait of the titan in comics. Avengers: Endgame. The 22nd MCU movie was the site of the last portrait of Stan Lee, the director Anthony and Joe Russo It was confirmed that he was throwing himself into awareness that he had shots in this year's upcoming year Spider-Man: Far from home. With the release of record breaking film, the Russo brothers explained what went to Stan Lee Avengers Endgame and why it played the way it did.
Spoilers for Avengers: Endgame below.
Before his death in November last year, Stan Lee shot several portraits that would keep the titanium comic book alive in our minds long after he passed. But only Avengers: Endgame he kept him young forever.
Lee appears during a sequence in the 1970s by S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters where Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) arrived in the middle of their time to get another chance to catch Tesseract. While arguing not to catch, Lee approaches a white muscle car, a beautiful lady by his side, and a self-adhesive sticker on the back declaring "Nuff said". Marvel Comics.
It's a hilarious and cheerful portrait that comes with Steppenwolf's "Hey Lawdy Mama" blaring and an aging effect that brings Lee to his 70th appearance. "It seemed fun when we originally had an idea before Stan went through," said Joe Russo for Entertainment Weekly. "Oh, what did Stan look like in the seventies?" Fortunately, with Lee's beautiful mustache and flowing hair, it wasn't too hard for the Russian brothers to fill him as a loving hippie, Russo added:
"It's like a hippie era and Stan's acting as a hippie and an era of free love." He says, "Love, not war!"
Although most fans know Lee now as a friendly white-haired man, it does not take the time to ever recognize Lee under the shiny de-aging effects, which has improved tremendously since Marvel first began to test them out in. Ant man. Lee looks unquestionably like him and has a blast with him. It gives a sweet final to the portrait, which Joe and Anthony are still shocked they got into their movie.
"It's the last Stan Lee who made it," Joe EW said.
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