X-Men: Dark Phoenix Will Pay a Tribute to Stan Lee But Won’t Have His Cameo

We have seen Stan Lee’s tribute and cameo both in Captain Marvel. And, there are chances that the same will happen with the upcoming movie, Avengers: Endgame. But, it’s not going to be the case for Fox’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix which is also on the line. A lot of times, fans have asked one simple question that is how many more movies will feature Stan Lee?

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Stan Lee

Well, nothing has been said officially even to this day by Marvel but there’s a new report which suggests that Marvel fans will definitely see Stan Lee’s cameo in Avengers: Endgame. For those who are wondering, X-Men: Dark Phoenix isn’t going to feature a Stan Lee cameo. The producer of X-Men films, Hutch Parker and director of Dark Phoenix, Simon Kinberg in an interview with Cinemablend, regarding this said, 

“We don’t have a cameo,” Kinberg added. “I’d rather say that than then keep it mysterious, out of respect for Stan.”

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Stan Lee

Kinberg suggested that they aren’t going to disappoint Marvel fans, and for that, they’re going to bring something interesting in order to pay respect to the man who started it all. Kinberg went on to add,

“We do have some tribute to him, and it’s something that obviously we weren’t thinking about when we were making the movie because he was still very much alive,” Kinberg said. “And he’s been such a huge part of making these films over the years. He’s had cameos; he’s had input into the process of making them.”

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Stan Lee

Well, if there’s going to be the last cameo of Stan Lee out there, then, it should end with Endgame because this film is going to give proper meaning to this long journey of more than 10 years. Avengers: Endgame is going to release on April 26. Meanwhile, X-Men: Dark Phoenix will hit theaters on June 7 this year.

Rishabh Naudiyal

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