After Stan Lee’s final cameo in Avengers: Endgame, it appears that no key Marvel figure will take his place in the franchise’s films. This is confirmed by the vice-president of Marvel Studios Victoria Alonso, who has denied the possibility of seeing other cameos of the genre in the future of the MCU.
“Stan Lee is not replaceable. So we will never try to do it,” the producer explained to the Miami Latin News (via Comicbook.com). “He is a legend, we will never try to replace him. Others will come, and there are already phenomenal creatives like Kevin Feige, but there is only one Stan Stan.”
Recently promoted to creative director of Marvel, Feige in 2017 had already revealed that he did not want to participate in new cameos after the experience in Brian Singer’s first X-Men: “The only reason I did it was that I was completely covered. I was a weapon X scientist pulling out Wolverine’s claws. But I had a hood and a mask … and even gloves. Every inch of my body was covered. So I agreed to do it. And I did. just, moreover. “
With 2020 almost upon us, it is time to project ourselves to Phase 4 of the MCU which will officially start on May 1 with the release of Black Widow. In November it will be the turn of the Eternals, a film that will begin to outline what awaits us from the post-Thanos saga. In the meantime, you can check out the Black Widow trailer.