Stan Lee is 93 years old, but you would never know it from his constantly full schedule, which of course includes new cameos for some of Marvel's upcoming films.
In fact, the fan favorite creator of iconic Marvel heroes like Spider-Man, The Silver Surfer, and the Incredible Hulk recently shot three more cameos in Georgia, but it was previously unknown what films those cameos were for.
During his stay in Toronto for Canada's Fan Expo, Lee sat down with Breakfast Television, and it seems those cameos have been confirmed as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Doctor Strangelove. Actually, that last one is Doctor Strange, but not going to lie and say that a Stan Lee guest appearance in Doctor Strangelove wouldn't be interesting on its own.
Lee was asked who decides on his role and how long it should be and clarified that he doesn't have much say in that, mostly because if he did the film would be decidedly different.
"Oh no no, they decide. If I was deciding it would be a half hour role. They only give me a few seconds, and they're afraid I'll overshadow the star. You know how that is."
Lee has already amassed 30 cameos up to this point, with his most recent one appearing in Captain America: Civil War, where Lee appeared as a Fed EX driver towards the end of the film.
This was actually Lee's last visit to Canada for the Fan Expo, as the creator is cutting down on his traveling schedule for the foreseeable future. You can watch the entire interview with Lee in the video above.