The Man Behind Marvel has something to say about the "Man of Steel" sequel.
When it was announced that Ben Affleck would play DC's superhero Batman in the upcoming film, fanboys online went crazy -- bashing the decision to cast him as Bruce Wayne.
Making it more interesting: Ben's already suited up as Daredevil -- a hero Stan Lee created for Marvel -- in the past.
So when we got the chance to talk to Stan about his upcoming Super Bowl contest, we had to ask him what he thought about Affleck switching teams.
The 90-year-old also revealed which Marvel properties will be making the leap from comic to film soon. Plus, see whether he thinks we'll see a female-centric superhero movie in the near future.
Check out the interesting chat with toofab's Brian Particelli above.
Stan was also excited to talk about "Marvel's The Avengers: Age of Ultron" -- and a new Doritos contest he's judging that could get you onto the set of the highly-anticipated sequel.
The company is asking fans to create a :30 Doritos spot for the Super Bowl.
The creators of the two winning commercials will receive the opportunity to work on the Marvel mega-movie. Worldwide consumers will also vote for their favorite of the two ads -- and that winner will win $1 million.
Check out the video above to see what Stan is looking for in a winning video. Plus, find out if adding a superhero or two to your clip will give you an edge!
Click here for more information on the "Crash the Super Bowl" contest.