Stan Lee Cancels Comic-Con Appearance Due to Laryngitis


Stan Lee
The former Marvel editor-in-chief is forced to scrap his appearance at the convention after he 'lost his voice due to laryngitis.'


Stan Lee scrapped his scheduled appearance at the San Diego Comic-Con due to illness. The comic book legend who created Spider-Man, Hulk, Avengers, and X-Men was supposed to make appearances and signings on Friday, July 25 and Saturday, July 26, but was forced to call them off.

"Unfortunately, Stan Lee has lost his voice due to laryngitis and is unable to attend this year's San Diego Comic-Con and has regrettably had to cancel his appearances," a rep said. "Stan is otherwise well and in good health, though he is disappointed to miss the event and wishes everyone a great time."

Lee, 91, is former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief. He will next appear in San Antonio's Alamo City Comic-Con in September after previously visiting Phoenix Comic-Con in June and the London Film & Toy convention earlier this month. On screen, he recently made a cameo in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", will appear briefly in "Guardians of the Galaxy", and has filmed a scene for "Avengers: Age of Ultron".

© AceShowbiz.com


MORE FROM NEWS
Leave a Comment

Required fields are marked with *

  random image 
TODAY'S HEADLINES
  1. Tiger Woods and Katharine McPhee Threaten to Sue Porn Site After Nude Photos Leak
  2. Kim Kardashian to Co-Host 'Live' With Ryan Seacrest
  3. George Clooney's Wife Amal Looks Skeletal Just Weeks After Welcoming Twins
  4. Leah Remini Slams 'Diabolical' Tom Cruise, Says He's Not a Good Person
  5. Samuel L. Jackson Returns for 'Shaft' Sequel, Jessie T. Usher Lands Lead Role
  6. These Two Horror Directors in Contention for 'Justice League Dark'
  7. 'Super Troopers 2' Set for 2018, Official Synopsis Revealed
  8. Say What?! Prince William and Harry Have Cameos in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'
  9. Chris Pine and Former Fling Olivia Munn May Rekindle Their Romance
  10. Margot Robbie Is Unrecognizable as Queen Elizabeth I on Set of 'Mary Queen of Scots'