COMMENT| Stan Lee will talk about comic books to anyone who listens.
He was lucky then that talk show legend Larry King and his Larry King Now camera crew were around to hear his recent remarks about both a possible 'Avengers,' 'Spider-Man,' 'Fantastic Four' and 'X-Men' movie hybrid, and a potential 'Black Panther' film too.
But even if they weren't present there's every chance that Lee would have been making these same remarks anyway.
King asked Lee if he expects Wolverine, The Thing, Peter Parker and Iron Man, as well as the other members of their infamous ensembles, will come together in a single film, and he responded, "Someday when Marvel gets all the rights to them."
However, he also conceded that it won't happen anytime soon though. "Unfortunately, legally some other studios have the rights to some of the characters," he noted. "But they'll all come together sooner or later."
Meanwhile, Lee also confirmed that Marvel are developing a 'Black Panther' movie, while he also added that he is currently working on a series of ethnic superhero adventures too.
"I'm also working on a Latino superhero," he declared. "We have a black one, Marvel has called the 'Black Panther,' which will be a movie pretty soon."
Last year, Kevin Feige confirmed that the studio were already developing a 'Black Panther' project, and he probably won't be too peeved that Lee has confirmed they are still working on the adaptation.
And even if he is, the fact that Lee had a hand in creating all of these billion dollar franchises means that he doesn't really a leg to stand on if he does fancy chastising the 91-year-old.
Do you think a potential 'Avengers,' 'X-Men,' 'Spider-Man' and 'Fantastic Four' cinematic hybrid would work?