Kevin Smith shares his thoughts on Stan Lee’s Captain Marvel cameo

Minor Captain Marvel spoilers follow…

In addition to a rather touching tribute which saw the Marvel Studios logo celebrating the on-screen career of Stan Lee, the superhero blockbuster Captain Marvel also featured one of the last ever cameos from the late comic book legend.

With Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers in pursuit of a Skrull, Captain Marvel finds herself in a train carriage, where she stumbles upon a familiar face reciting the line “Trust me, True Believer” from a script to Kevin Smith’s 1995 comedy Mallrats.

Smith, who was a close friend to Stan Lee, has now shared a video featuring his thoughts on the cameo, explaining how he found out about it, and what it means to him on a personal level. Watch Smith’s emotional video here…

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