Stan Lee stars in his own superhero animated movie, ‘Stan Lee’s Mighty 7′

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Stan Lee’s Mighty 7, the first part of an animated film trilogy, will be premiering on the HUB Network Saturday, February 1 at 8pm ET/5pm PT. From Stan Lee Comics, the 90-minute movie has some impressive voice talent including Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings trilogy), Jim Belushi (The Defenders), Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory), Darren Criss (Glee), Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Armie Hammer (The Lone Ranger), Teri Hatcher (Desperate Housewives), Michael Ironside (Splinter Cell) and Christian Slater (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves). Most importantly, Stan Lee will be voicing himself, and he happens to be in the lead role.

As Stan Lee, he’ll be in charge of bringing together a superhero team of alien prisoners and their jailers who have crashed landed on Earth. They each have unique powers which will be useful when battling against enemies.

Synopsis: Strong Arm (Armie Hammer), is known for his super strength; Silver Skylark (Teri Hatcher), uses her massive wingspan to fly; Lady Lightning (Mayim Bialik), possesses super speed; Lazer Lord (Christian Slater), hurls balls of lazer energy; Roller Man (Flea), rolls into a big ball and launches at high speed; Kid Kinergy (Sean Austin), has telekinesis; and Micro (Darren Criss), has the ability to shrink in size. As for other characters, Mr. Cross (Jim Belushi), is the leader of a covert operations military division assigned to investigate UFO sightings and Xanar (Michael Ironside), is the commander of the warring aliens from the planet Taegon who enslave other planets and raid their natural resources.

John “Spartan” Nguyen

John “Spartan” Nguyen is the editor-in-chief at Nerd Reactor and is based in Orange County, CA. He is a graphic designer and illustrator.

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