ByMarionne Lirios, writer at
Marionne is a nocturnal introvert who loves to read books, watch movies, and write stuff. She's a self-proclaimed alien, passionately weird.
Marionne Lirios

With the rise of superhero movies, whether title role or as a group, people are always looking at the possibility of having the entire universe in one movie. In the case of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, most of us wish to see X-Men, Spider-Man, and The Avengers sharing the big screen together.

Same with Stan Lee. At the tender age of 93, this superhero creator's dream-of-a-lifetime is to see his creations in a single movie. But knowing the issues in the entertainment industry, it might be so hard to make it possible. Aside from the fact that this movie would require the presence of a star-studded cast of characters, it would need a believable narrative that would intertwine their stories and make it as epic as they are on their own. Plus, there are too many of them to get equal exposure on screen. Also, there is the issue of the different ownership of the franchises. With the fans getting more and more critical when it comes to superhero movies, it might be difficult to pull off a successful and flawless crossover. Cameo appearances will only make us die of anticipation to watch them all in a full-length feature film.

We stand with Stan Lee in this ultimate dream. If he believes this is achievable, then we can just hope for the best! For now, let us help the filmmakers realize the huge amount of money they can make if they push through with this. As the song says, if we hold on together, I know our dreams will never die.


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