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No one in particular1 The actress that plays the character is Nicole Alexandra Shipley and here is the MCU wiki page for her. She only appears in Guardians of the Galaxy and only in Stan Lee's cameo where she is credited as "Pretty Xandarian". So, as of yet, she's a nobody in the MCU. 1. Disclaimer: so far she is no one in particular but that ...


I don't know of any explicit canon reason given for his name but I may as well turn my comment into an answer. Taskmaster's real name is Tony (Anthony really but everyone calls him Tony like Stark) Masters. On top of that his power is photographic reflexes, or that he can watch someone do something and be able to copy them instinctively, up to a point: no ...


Stan Lee's cameos are not the same character. In one of the Iron Man movies, he plays Hugh Hefner. In Captain America, he's a general. Thus, not Hugh Hefner, and not the same character. It's just a way to have Stan the Man involved in the movies, because he had fun with it.


Batroc is the mercenary in charge of the plane-jacking and kidnapping of Captain Vassant at the start of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier which Sam intercepts and puts an end to. We see his face clearly a few times.


The cameo appearance in Avengers: Endgame was made more for the fun of it and because they couldn’t resist rather than any further thought put into it. “It’s sort of the hippie era, and Stan’s cameoing as a hippie and it’s the free-love era,” Joe Russo explains. “He’s saying, ‘Make love, not war!’” Visual-effects artists used the same technology they ...


Because the two Stan Lee appearances are not the same character. A staple of Marvel Universe movies is that they incorporate Stan Lee into each movie. Stan Lee is simply making an appearance; it is a out-of-universe decision. Stan Lee is not playing a specific character, thus there does not have to be continuity (it would actually be wrong if there was ...

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