Marvel Comics creator and editor Stan Lee passed away at the age of 95. As per TMZ, an ambulance was reportedly called to his Hollywood Hills home on Monday morning (November 12) and he was rushed to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he succumbed. An inspiration to generations of writers, artists, actors and superhero fans, Stan Lee was remembered by the Hollywood superstars who have played the iconic characters of the Earth's mightiest superheros — The Avengers.
Soon after his demise, Avengers actors and Marvel Universe team bid adieu to the 'Excelsior':
Here's what the Marvel Studios official Twitter handle wrote:
Chris Evans AKA Marvel America took to Twitter to pay tribute to Stan Lee:
Iron Man Robert Downey, Jr. owe it all to the original superhero:
The Incredible Hulk star Mark Ruffalo remembered Lee as the man who made the world a better place:
Chris 'Thor' Hemsworth shared a sweet picture of the legend on Instagram:
Tom Holland aka Spiderman took to Instagram and wrote "The father of Marvel has made so many people so incredibly happy":
Here's what Russo Brothers, directors of Captain America and Avengers series wrote to Twitter:
Ryan Reynolds aka Deadpool shared a photo of Stan Lee thanking him for "everything."
Jeremy Renner, Avenger's Haweye also shared a picture with Lee:
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige truthfully stated that "Stan leaves an extraordinary legacy that will outlive us all":
In his tweet, Chris Pratt wrote about being "extraordinarily lucky to have gotten to meet Lee and to have played in the world he created':
Guardian of the Galaxy star Zoe Saldana thanked Stan Lee for his contributions:
Here's what Avengers actor Samuel L. Jackson who played the character of Nick Fury wrote to Twitter:
Sebastian Stan aka Bucky Barnes thanked the great legend with a picture:
Evangeline Lilly, Wasp from Ant-Man and the Wasp wants to break the internet for Stan:
In an elongated post, DC Entertainment chief creative officer and former Marvel writer, Jim Lee wrote, Stan Lee gave him the greatest gift of a place to escape into - 'an endless, imaginative playground filled with the most amazing, fantastic and uncanny heroes ever.'
Wolverine Hugh Jackman paid homage to the 'pioneering force in the superhero universe':
As the 70s progressed, and for a long time since then, even as his comic book writing took a backseat, he equally became more and more a face for his creations, and a frequenter of conventions, helping create a thriving ecosystem across media. He will be always credited as Executive Producer in all Marvel films and animation, apart from cameo appearance, one in which he revealed himself to be a space journeyman and storyteller, and one, in which he signed off with his trademark "Excelsior!"
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