Stan Lee Considers A Marvel Avengers/Star Wars Crossover

1187_mail_1_largeAs part of PR for the upcoming Stan Lee‘s Lucky Man drama airing on Sky One in the UK, Stan Lee has been doing a round of interviews with the British press.

Talking to the Big Issue magazine, sold by the homeless to benefit the homeless, he was asked that with Disney owning the rights to both Star Wars and The Avengers, if he could envisage the two things crossing over.

“Well I don’t know how many characters you can have in a movie but obviously the people who produce these things are looking to be as successful as possible.  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!”

“We did it in the comics, I created the Avengers by taking many of our characters and making a team out f them. We can have as many characters join the Avengers as we want to for future movies, That might be fun too – all of sudden Luke Skywalker is an Avenger!”

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