Gear up for the Avengers Movie Premiere with a Marvel Superhero marathon on EPIX!
If you're like every other superhero fan on the face of the planet, you can't wait for the Avengers movie to hit theaters on May 4th! Well, EPIX has something to whet your appetite for Marvel Comics action - the "Marvel Heroes Weekend!" April 27 - 29, EPIX will air a marathon of superhero movies including Iron Man 2, Thor, the world television premiere of Captain America: The First Avenger as well as the EPIX Original Documentary With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story. Hosted by legendary comic book creator Stan Lee, the marathon also includes EPIX Extra: Mighty Movie Superheroes, examining the origins and fan following of the mighty team. The weekend celebration of Marvel's famed superheroes and their creator features the movies that have led up to the highly anticipated theatrical release of The Avengers on May 4.
And if you can't even wait for that, The Outhouse will have new clips of Stan the Man's documentary every week, starting with this one:
"Staff Nicknames" Stan Lee talks about crediting the writers and artists behind comic books and the fun nicknames given to his staff.
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