Magazine Ad Features Original Six Avengers Actors Giving Tribute To Stan Lee

The whole fan base of superheroes and comic books still can’t digest the fact that Stan Lee is not on this planet right now and we will never be able to see that energetic, charismatic, and full of life Stan Lee again live in front of us. With an uncountable number of people sharing their sadness on social media. The actors of the original six Avengers has been part of a magazine ad in which they have something for the Stan Lee.

The original six Avengers as we all know that are Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), and Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). these all six original Avengers has been part of an ad in a famous magazine in order to pay their tribute to the legend. The news of Stan Lee’s final goodbye simply shocked the world.

As a normal day was going on when it was reported by the daughter of Stan Lee to TMZ that Lee has been rushed straight to the hospital early this morning and his health isn’t very good and is very critical after which, it was reported that Stan Lee has finally gone and we will never be able to get the chance of seeing a soul this pure again who has given so much to this world.

If you have a look on the ad then you’ll see that the ad is quite simple and there’s a symbol of Avengers in the ad which is in gray color and the message on top of that symbol is written from the side of all six members of the Avengers team. The written material is very emotional and clearly tells us about the impact Stan Lee has had in the lives of these six. the thing which was written in the ad is mentioned below.

“We acknowledge his creative contribution, the thousands of men and women it has long employed, the millions that will continue to be entertained, and above all, his inimitable wit, grace, and humility. Stan, we love you, we will miss you, we’re grateful to represent a small part of your amazing legacy.”

The ad has been posted by the Editorial Director of The Hollywood Reporter, Matthew Bellonni and in the man shared this ad on his official Twitter handle mentioning in the caption that, “A very nice Stan Lee tribute ad from 6 of the Avengers is in this week’s @THR print magazine. The picture of the ad is down below and you can have a look at it.


We all know that Stan Lee is kind of a father figure to most of the actors who are doing their respective roles in the movies of Marvel and we have seen many times in the past that Lee is having a lot of fun with the stars of the movie while being on the set of the movies. Whenever Lee is on the set of a film there are very high chances that stars of the movie goes to them. Here’s the post which has been shared by Robert Downey Jr. personally for Stan Lee is down below and you can know by this that Lee was a very important figure for the original six.

Whenever they want to know something specific about the character they are playing on the screen as we all know that Stan Lee knows a lot about the characters and what are things which portrays a character perfectly on the screen and with which the audience will connect more and quickly. So, there’s a great relationship between actors who has been part of Marvel Studios.

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We all know that it’s going to be really hard for the makers of the film not to have Stan Lee on the sets of their movies and it’s going to be even tougher for fans knowing the fact that they don’t have to watch movies with that much precision as they’re not going to miss the cameo of Stan Lee. But, there are reports that he has already filmed his cameos for the film Captain Marvel and Avengers 4. So, we can get something of him still.

If you want to share some messages for Stan Lee or want to tell about the impact Lee has had in your life. Then, you can write it down in the comment section below.

Rishabh Naudiyal

"Writing is one of my strengths and all I can say is that I observe things and try my best in order to convert them into words without the pressure of satisfying people's demands."
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