Stan Lee has opened up about which Marvel movies he doesn’t particularly like, Cinema Blend reports. Lee, who has created more comic book characters than just about anybody in the industry, recently attended the 2012 Fan Expo in Canada, where he dished on which motion pictures didn’t quite live up to expectations. After all, if you’re not making Stan Lee happy, there’s a very strong possibility that you might be doing something very wrong.
“I would have liked the Hulk to be smaller in the first two movies, and I didn’t like the way Doctor Doom was portrayed in ‘Fantastic Four,'” the comic book guru explained. “Now with Daredevil, they just wrote the whole thing wrong. They made him too tragic. That’s not the way I wrote him. I think they’re working on a new Daredevil movie and it will be better, so hold your judgment until then.”
According To GeekTyrant, Lee didn’t spend too much time dwelling on the negative. Instead, his focus soon shifted to the properties he would love to see make an appearance on the big-screen. His first order of business: Deadpool.
“Deadpool is such a popular character, I’d be surprised if he wasn’t in his own movie in the near future, or introduced in another movie first,” he explained. “They’re thinking about a Doctor Strange movie, a Black Panther movie, an Ant-Man movie — there’s just so many ideas in the works right now at Marvel!”
Although there isn’t too much information about any of those projects floating around the internet at the moment, Internet Movie Database has Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright attached to direct Ant-Man. During the 90s, Wesley Snipes was slated to appear in the Black Panther adaptation for Columbia Pictures, though there’s a very strong possibility this is no longer the case.
Do you agree with Stan Lee? Which Marvel movies did you not like?