Just because Armie Hammer may SEEM like the guy from a really wealthy family (he is), it doesn’t mean he’s talking their money. What a moron, right? Armie is 32, but he sure sounds 92 sometimes. In a recent interview with British GQ, Armie says he’s not a normal millennial, he’s a cool millennial who gets the dry heaves when he sees avocado toast on a menu. He didn’t say that, but he may as well have since it’s about the only thing he didn’t bitch about. He walked back an apology and maintains people were tacky with their Stan Lee tributes on social media AND wants to remind you he doesn’t take a red cent from his wealthy family.
Oh, that Bill Maher. He’s gone and done it now. The man who didn’t understand that using the n-word in jest was super-problematic wrote a blog post pissing on comic book fans for overly mourning the passing of Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee. He also insinuated that adults who read comic books are maturity-challenged losers who refuse to grow up. Well, that mouthy bastard has gone and pissed off geeks. That’s one segment of the population that you don’t want on your ass. The evil ones among us chase celebrities off of social media, topple movies by messing with their Rotten Tomatoes score, and will come to your house to protest while cosplaying Zatanna from Justice League. Your quaint little talking heads whinefest will be a smoking hole in the ground, hunty. Now, if you’ll pardon me, I need to squeeze into my Zatanna costume and go protest on Bill’s lawn.
Yesterday the news broke that comic book legend Stan Lee had passed, and many famous people paid their digital respects. I was expecting many tweets playing off his catchphrase “Excelsior!“, but I saw a lot more pictures go up of famous people posing with Stan himself. This didn’t bother me, but it bothered Armie Hammer.
If I’m going to write about the news that comic book legend Stan Lee has died, I may as well include a picture of Hulkbuster crotch.
Stan Lee, who I thought would live until the end of eternity, is now making his way to the great big Comic-Con in the afterworld after he died today in Los Angeles. Stan’s daughter tells TMZ that he was taken by ambulance from his home in the Hollywood Hills to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center this morning, and that’s where he died. He was 95 years old.
95-year-old comic book legend Stan Lee isn’t spending his golden years surfing daytime TV and laughing at local lawyer commercials while thinking about finally calling up that number and ordering that Dr. Ho 2-in-1 back relief belt, he’s currently spending his time fighting foes like his name was Spider-Old Man. He accused a former business associate of stealing both his moneyand his blood, denied he was being elder abused, and most recently sued his former business manager Jerardo Olivarez for $1.4 million in allegedly stolen funds.
Stan’s already got one lawsuit on his plate, and according to People, he’s added another.
Stan “The Man” Lee, Marvel Comics’ showman and co-creator of most of the characters you can’t see a movie without nowadays, has been having a very non-Excelsior! time lately. 95-year-old Stan recently turned down an offer from famed comics geek Kevin Smith to come live with him due to a rumor that his daughter J.C. Lee and her associates had been abusing him, which he denied in a video. He’s also claimed to have been the victim of financial misdealings with a former business manager, who he says stole $300,000 from him, bought an $850,000 condo with Stan’s money, and allegedly STOLE HIS BLOOD FOR SOME KIND OF WACKY SOUVENIR PEN SCAM! I’m as big a comic book geek as the next guy, but there’s no need for anyone’s blood as a souvenir unless you really, rally want to commemorate having murdered them. Crazy.
Well, Stan would appear to be rallying himself after these setbacks and a lawsuit was filed against the allegedly vampiric former business manager Jerardo Olivarez in L.A. Superior Court this week.