Stan Lee Plans To Make A Paris Hilton Cartoon
Stan Lee Plans To Make A Paris Hilton Cartoon
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
After his quest for superheroes on Who Wants to Be A Superhero?, show creator Stan Lee will now take on another protagonist and she comes in the form of Paris Hilton (The Simple Life).

Lee, an 85-year-old writer and the Chairman Emeritus of Marvel Comics, is famed for co-creating Spider-Man, X-Men, Silver Surfer and Fantastic Four.  Now, he attempts to make an animated cartoon TV show with the Hilton heiress despite her controversial reputation in the eyes of the public.
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“A hip comedy in the superhero comedy-adventure genre.  We get on very well.  This is a charming, very likable person.  Sophisticated.  Great comedic sense.  A fine voice.  And seriously hard-working. Totally unlike whatever the public is led to believe.  And she has input.  She attends every meeting. What we plan to do is truly tasteful,” he told the New York Post.

Aside from Hilton, Lee also has plans to work with other famous personalities like Ringo Starr, best known as the drummer of The Beatles, and Hugh Hefner, founder and editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine and star of The Girls Next Door.

"I'm doing a few of these kinds of shows. I'm working with Ringo Starr for a similar idea. I've told him I'll make him famous," he revealed.  "And I'm planning another with Hugh Hefner. Actually, he's not a sybarite. In my hands, he'll come off as America's greatest secret agent."

Meanwhile, fans can catch one of Lee's latest creation, Who Wants to Be A Superhero?, on SciFi. So far, there are only three remaining hopefuls for the second season.  Vying for the winning spot are The Defuser, Hyper-Strike, and Hygena.  The two-hour season 2 finale of Who Wants to Be A Superhero? is scheduled to air on Thursday at 9/8c.


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: The New York Post, SciFi.com
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