'Dr. Strange' Movie in the Works, Stan Lee to Make Cameo
"Dr. Strange" movie has been said as a favorite project of producer Kevin Feige but no significant progress is shown regarding the development. Now, Stan Lee has convinced that the film is indeed in the works, Ain't It Cool News reported.
Met at his panel on Sunday, September 5, the comic book creator also revealed that he will make cameo appearance in "Dr. Strange". However, when pressed with more questions about the film, Lee admitted he does not know much about it, including whether or not the movie already has a director, writer or cast.
"Dr. Strange" movie will be based on a character that appears in Marvel comics. The character was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Strange was a doctor before his hands were broken in a car accident. He then gets addicted to the use of dark magic and uses it to battle evil wizards and other wrongdoers.
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