Top 10 Movies of the 2010s With the Best Stan Lee CameosMegaSoulhero You can bet I started making this list when I heard the news. Stan Lee was a great man. There will not be another like him. I was so saddened by his passing. But anyway, let’s take a look at some of his best cameos of the 2010s. Not all of these have to be Marvel movies by the way.
The Top Ten
Perfect appearance in the film. - LightningStrike
RIP Stan Lee.
A great appearence - iliekpiez
This pretty much confirms a theory that Marvel fans have had for a while. I personally didn’t think the Stan Lee cameos needed an explanation, but I’m kinda glad we got one. Stan appears with the Watchers who pretty much see everything. Stan is heard telling them about when he worked at FedEx. Which is a callback to his cameo in Civil War. So this pretty much tells us that the Stan Lee cameos are connected. Which is very interesting. - MegaSoulhero
Regardless of what you think of the movie, a lot people praise the Stan Lee cameo as being one of the best. While Spider-Man is fighting the Lizard, Stan Lee is listening to music with headphones on in the library. We see Spider-Man and the lizard in the background but all hear is the music Stan is listening to. He’s completely unaware of what is happening behind him. This is just classic. This movie has flaws, but this is not one of them. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 cameo was absolutely disappointing though. Nowhere near as good as this one. - MegaSoulhero
This is one of the funniest and most memorable moments from the movie. Stan Lee works at FedEx and delivers a package to Tony Stark. Or in this case, Tony Stank. Which leads Rhodey to joke about it. This was just really funny. I remember watching this in theaters and the audience laughed really hard at this part. Also, this cameo was brought up in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. This was a very great scene and easily one of the highlights of the movie. - MegaSoulhero
To make it family friendly so the kids can see it
SHUT UP STAN LEE!
I just realized that T.J. Miller was in two movies with Stan Lee. This is easily a very hilarious cameo. Wade and T.J. Miller walk into strip club. And the we see the DJ. The DJ is Stan Lee. There’s not much to say about this cameo, but I thought it was very hilarious seeing him as a DJ in a strip club. It’s too bad he didn’t physically appear in Deadpool 2. Speaking of that, why did they make a PG-13 cut of that movie? - MegaSoulhero
I go front, then I go back, then I turn them inside out, then, I go front and back.
Legendary cameo, Rest In Peace Stan Lee. - BlazingParasol
This was made by Walt Disney Animation, but it can als be considered a Marvel movie since it’s based on a Marvel comic. Because of that, Stan Lee makes an appearance. As Fred’s Dad. We see his picture on the wall of Fred’s house, then we see an after credits scene and he makes an appearance in animated form and he reunites with his son. This was really cool. I heard he also appears in the series, but I haven’t been watching that show and I don’t have interest in watching it. - MegaSoulhero
This one was really hilarious - darthvadern
The Winter Soldier is one of the best Marvel movies ever and even has one of the best Stan Lee cameos ever. Steve Rogers steals a Captain America suit off of a mannequin. Stan Lee is seen working as a security guard and sees that the suit has been stolen. He then says “I am so fired”. Although, I find it weird that don’t have more than one security guard. They deserved to get that suit stolen if they thought only one security guard would be enough. That really bothered me, but this was still a great cameo. - MegaSoulhero
As we all know, Odin enchanted Thor’s hammer so that only people who are worthy are able to hold it. In one scene, the hammer is on the ground and people start charging others to try to pick it up. One of them even uses a truck to pick it up and ends up failing at doing so. The funny thing about this is the person driving the truck was Stan Lee. I thought this was very hilarious. - MegaSoulhero
He was hilarious as the bus driver in the beginning - darthvadern
It’s kind of ironic that Stan Lee passed away on Veterans Day. In Age of Ultron, Stan Lee is a WWII veteran. He chooses to drink some Asgardian alcohol, thinking he can handle it. He was wrong. He ends up getting dragged away and then says his catchphrase “excelsior”. It’s scenes like this that make me afraid to drink. Despite turning 21 last month. - MegaSoulhero
Michael Peña is absolutely unfunny and nearly ruined the movie for me, but his little story scenes are actually pretty funny. At the end, Luis is telling Scott another story and we see Stan Lee as a bartender with his voice dubbed by Michael Peña’s voice. I was so caught off guard by that that I laughed very hard. This is one of the funniest scenes in the movie in my opinion. - MegaSoulhero
RIP Stan Lee, an amazing talent who was influential and hilarious. - girlcool
Yeah, this is a DC film, but he makes a cameo in it. Actually, he makes two cameos. I actually thought it was pretty funny. Since the movie is a superhero parody film, they also decided to make a joke about Stan Lee cameos. With Stan Lee voicing himself. They even joke about the irony that he’s in a DC film despite being only a Marvel comic book writer. This was the second to last movie with a Stan Lee cameo that came out before his passing. The last one was Venom. Both of which were very bad movies. - MegaSoulhero
This was the last one that came out before his passing. Yeah I know his cameos for Captain Marvel and Avengers 4 are already filmed. But this is the last one that came out completely. - B1ueNew
"You know what? *takes T'Challa's chips for himself* I think I'll take these and move them over here. Just for safekeeping."
"I'm... going to miss him. We were friends, you know." All I can say is... rest in peace, Stan Lee. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
2007 is not in the 2010s. - MrCoolC
Fantastic Four: ROTSS didn’t come out during the 2010’s
I hate when people disregard the title of the list. - MegaSoulhero
This is 2008s... Not in the 2010s. - LapisBob
*claps hands slowly* It came out in 2008 people *claps hands slowly* - BlazingParasol
2008 is also not in the 2010s. - MrCoolC
The barber! The hair! I'm going to cut it! - B1ueNew