On what would have been the illustrious comic book author, editor, and publisher’s 100th birthday, the announcement video was posted online.
Marvel revealed a documentary about Stan Lee that would be available on Disney+ in 2023 on Wednesday, the day that would have been his 100th birthday.
The project’s teaser, titled Stan Lee, was posted on the entertainment industry’s Instagram account.
At Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Lee passed away in November 2018 at the age of 95.
Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Black Panther, the Hulk, the X-Men, Thor, the Silver Surfer, Ant-Man, Nick Fury, and other well-known characters are just a few of the well-known characters that Marvel plans to honor in his memory for his work as a writer, editor, publisher, and co-creator of comic books.
Lee began working for Timely Comics, the organization that came before Marvel, in 1939. Over the subsequent decades, he often switched between the posts of interim editor and editor. Prior to being named publisher in 1972, he served as Marvel Comics’ chief editor and writer in the 1960s. He soon became the company’s spokesperson and an idol to comic book fans everywhere. Throughout his life, Lee also made a lot of cameo appearances in Marvel movies and television shows.
The 20-year deal between Stan Lee Universe, a collaboration between Genius Brands International and POW! Entertainment and Marvel were announced. In accordance with the agreement, Marvel obtained a license to use Lee’s name and likeness in movies, television shows, Disney theme parks, and other media.
In 2023, Disney+ will start broadcasting the original Stan Lee documentary. View the trailer for the announcement below.