When it comes to Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, Stan Lee didn't have just one cameo. In fact, the late comic book icon had dozens of cameos, according to one Spider-Verse producer. Chris Miller took to Twitter earlier this evening to tease "dozens" of cameos.
"To all those who got excited about the #SpiderVerse hidden 2nd Stan Lee cameo on the train," Miller tweeted. "Stan is all over the movie, dozens of times."
Miller then shared a still of Lee walking over Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) when he's laying on the pavement exhausted.
To all those who got excited about the #SpiderVerse hidden 2nd Stan Lee cameo on the train: Stan is all over the movie, dozens of times.— Chris Miller (@chrizmillr) February 13, 2019
Who's walking over Miles when he says "thanks, New York"? pic.twitter.com/3zHXaZBNNJ
This isn't the first time somebody from the crew behind the movie has mentioned the numerous Lee cameos. Miller and fellow Spider-Verse producer Phil Lord previously spoke to Lee's main cameo — talking about its message immediately following the comic icon passed away.
"I feel like it's taken on an added poignancy since we lost him, but it still as a moment still plays to cheers, but now with some 'AHs', and then some laughs," Miller said. "I'm just happy that we got to put him in a really integral spot of the movie, and sort of at a really important, emotional moment for the movie. And be able to
"I think that it's a really warm cameo, and we've seen it play with an audience for a few months now, and it's always been a welcome presence," echoed Lord. "People are always excited to see him. We've seen it since then with an audience, and there's still a kind of joy in it, even though we all miss him. The audience basically welcomes him back. It's like seeing an old friend."
Did you catch any additional Stan Lee Cameos? Will you be sifting through Spider-Verse frame by frame to see if you can find all cameos? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse will be available on home media release March 19th. Other Marvel-based films out this year include Captain Marvel on March 8th, Avengers: Endgame on April 26th, and Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 5th.