Marvel fans who have seen ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ will remember that the film features one of Stan Lee’s best cameos yet. Now, we can relive the moment, and have a few laughs, as Marvel Studios just released some of the outtakes from the moment.
Judging from the footage, Lee was given quite a few super funny lines but the best one was chosen for the final cut. In fact, Paul Rudd explained that the cast referenced the line throughout filming.
Lee appears in ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ as a citizen minding his own business, walking up to his car. The vehicle magically shrinks after getting hit from a shrinking disc during the major car chase scene. In the cut, Lee says:
“Well, the 60s were fun, but now I’m paying for it.”
Rudd appears in the bonus content from the film speaking about Lee, and says that he is a “lovely guy,” referring to him as The Man. Rudd also revealed that Lee was open to every line being fed to him, and that he’s “always game at doing whatever it is the directors want him to do.”
Along with the digital and Blu-ray releases of ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ are two deleted scenes. One shows Walton Goggin’s Sonny witness Hank Pym’s building shrinking, while the other provided some more insight into the Quantum Realm. The film also features a Director’s introduction, gag reel, commentaries, and more.
The digital release of Ant-Man and the Wasp is available now! Check out the outtakes featuring Lee below!