Stan Lee Believes Disney Could Combine ‘Marvel’ And ‘Star Wars’ Universes | Film News
Are we about to see Luke Skywalker swinging from a web? Or Iron Man piloting the Millennium Falcon? Stan Lee certainly seems to think so, for the Marvel superhero creator reckons Disney really could combine the Star Wars and Marvel franchises if they wanted to.
Speaking in an interview with The Big issue, Lee explained that Disney would easily find a way to make the combination work if it would generate a profit “If they feel that incorporating Star Wars with the Marvel characters will be very successful, they’ll find a way to do it. Can you imagine Spider-Man saying, ‘May the force be with you’? It may come to that“!
He continued, referencing to how he created The Avengers by incorporating several characters into one dynamic team, and jokingly referenced to the idea of Luke Skywalker joining the likes of Captain America and Iron Man: “I created the Avengers by taking many of our characters and making a team out of them. We can have as many characters join the Avengers as we want to for future movies. That might be fun, all of a sudden Luke Skywalker is an Avenger“!
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