Stan Lee, who plays Marvel in the Marvel films, might make more appearances for the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Stan Lee, who plays Marvel in the Marvel films, might make more appearances for the Marvel Cinematic ...

Stan Lee, a Marvel legend at the age of 95, might have died in 2018, but this doesn''t mean he will no longer make any new appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel has just signed a deal with Stan Lee Universe, which will "allow him to license the name and similarity of Lee for use in future feature films and television projects, as well as Disney theme parks, various "experiences" and merchandising."

The new agreement is particularly interesting, since it suggests that Lee might now technically make cameos in future Marvel projects, possibly as a hologram or something similar. That''s what has not been confirmed yet, and no major plans to do so have been revealed just yet, so that''s all right now.

It''s reported that Marvel can now include photos, footage, and original audio recordings of Lee in movies, whereas his name, love, and voice are for theme parks and cruise lines. It''s not assumed that the late star might be used in video games or any other VR format.

Although Marvel will have a lot of time to decide exactly what it wants to do, it''s said that the deal will last for up to 20 years.

Lee is one of the most famous faces in the Marvel universe, co-created Spider-Man, Avengers, and Hulk for those unfamiliar with the late actor.

Following Lee''s passing, Marvel and its parent company Disney issued a touching statement: "Stan Lee was as extraordinary as the characters he created. Stan, who was a great hero in his own right to Marvel enthusiasts around the globe, had the ability to inspire, entertain, and connect.

"The depth of his imagination was only exceeded by the depth of his heart," says the author.