Stan Lee has died at age 95, but fans of the comic book titan have not seen the last of him. Lee was the "King of Cameos" in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and beyond, as previously shared by the Inquisitr, and it seems he may have recorded a few final cameos before he left this universe.
Not only did Stan Lee leave behind a long legacy of work in comics, TV, and film, but he reportedly left behind a collection of cameos already filmed to be used in upcoming Marvel features. One of those coveted posthumous cameos could be coming as soon as next spring in director Joe Russo's Avengers 4, according to Vanity Fair.
After Stan Lee's sudden death earlier this week, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige told Variety there could be some surprises from Stan Lee in future films from the franchise.
"I'm not going to tell you what specifically, but Stan always appreciated a good surprise."
"What we can say about Avengers: Infinity War is that he filmed both parts, one and two. We did Ant-Man, we did Black Panther. We did Thor too," Lee's manager, Max Anderson, explained in a video posted by Comic Book.com last year.