Stan Lee has agreed to turn himself into a castable character in Plotagon, a piece of software that enables users to create short animated films based on the screenplays they write. Earlier this…
Cartoon Network India will air TV movie "Chakra: The Invincible," Stan Lee's first Indian superhero project, on Nov. 30. Pic was created by Lee's Pow! Entertainment and Graphic India, a leading…
Stan Lee has found a new home for his superheroes: Plotagon. The comicbook icon has inked a deal with the Swedish startup that will enable fans to produce short animated movies using four new…
HELSINKI — “Angry Birds” creator Rovio Entertainment has another hit on its hands: The company will produce a second season of “Angry Birds Toons,” after the first batch generated over 1 billion…
Stan Lee Media can't claim ownership to any of the iconic comicbook characters Stan Lee created for Marvel, a federal court judge ruled Thursday, giving full control of superheroes like Spider-Man…
Singer-actor Wang Leehom is set to star in Magic Storm Entertainment's adaptation of Stan Lee's “Annihilator.” The film is a co-production between Magic Storm Entertainment, who partners with Lee's…
Seeking to dismiss a suit filed in October, the Walt Disney Co. declared that Stan Lee Media's effort to claim the rights to Marvel characters is "flawed beyond cure."
The 80-minute film is sort of a wonderful mess -- disjointed, poorly ordered, but like Lee himself, irrepressible and bubbling with energy.
Lionsgate has picked up feature rights to an original superhero property from Stan Lee that Alfred Gough and Miles Millar will write, direct and produce through their Millar/Gough Ink shingle.
Stan Lee's formed a film financing partnership dubbed Magic Storm Entertainment to develop and produce superhero franchises aimed at Asian markets.
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