Stan Lee is famous for making plenty of cameos in the Marvel Movies, now he has made his first-ever appearance in a DC movie the recent film "Teen Titans Go! To the Movies." The movie came out on July 27 and it has been getting rave reviews. The show that the movie is based on is a classic that has aired on Cartoon Network since 2013. It has a number of interesting characters coming together as a group to survive and defeat various villains. Each character in the show: Beast Boy, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Robin, has their own unique powers. Robin is the leader of the group, while the others follow his lead.

The Cameo

Here are the details about what Stan Lee said in the surprise cameo. Comic Book reported on Stan Lee's hilarious involvement in the film, where according to the article, "During his first appearance, Lee says, 'This is Stan Lee - dig my subtle cameo! This is a DC movie! I gotta get outta here!'" Lee hilariously confronts the dilemma. His presence everywhere has even carried over to the DC universe. Stan Lee appears later in the film as well, where he delivers his "Excelsior" line while the group tries to escape from the villains. The cameo happens, according to Slash Film, when the group visits Warner Bros. Studio and is delivered in topical satire.

The article by Slash Film goes on about the appearance, stating, "Don't count on Lee making another DC Comics cameo - this is probably a one and done deal." What do you think?

Does the Stan Lee cameo make you want to see the movie even more? "Teen Titans Go! To the Movies," is available in theaters worldwide.

A stellar and talented voice cast

One of the reasons that the film has been getting great reviews could be for its excellent and talented voice cast. It has an interesting one at that, as it even stars rapper Lil Yachty, a mumble rapper in today's age who has worked with other talented artists such as the Migos, Tee Grizzley, and Cardi B, among others.

Lil Yachty plays Green Lantern in the film. Comic Book confirms other talented voice actors in the film, such as Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, Hyden Walch, Kristen Bell, and Slade Wilson. In addition, Nicolas Cage, Jimmy Kimmel, and pop artist Halsey are involved with their own roles.

"Teen Titans Go! To the Movies" is directed by Aaron Horvath and Peter Rida Michail. There are a lot of other interesting movies that are on the way as well, including a solo film on character "Venom."