In a conversation with former president and chairman of Marvel Comics Stan Lee while promoting Avengers-inspired razors by Gillette, Business Insider asked the 92-year-old about his famous cameo roles in the majority of Marvel movies, including "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (opening Friday).

We wont give away his appearance in the movie (trust us, its great), but he did reveal that it won't be his last Marvel movie.

Ive since done a cameo for 'Ant-Man,' he excitedly told Business Insider.

The next film to come out from Marvel Studios on July 17 stars Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, who is armed with a super suit that gives him the ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength.

It was the most difficult movie to work on because everyone has to be careful where theyre stepping because they might accidentally crush the leading man, Lee said jokingly. But seriously, 'Ant Man' is going to be great. Its going to be different than any other superhero movie and the fans are going to love it.

Lee didn't give us any more details about his cameo in "Ant-Man," only promising us, its great!

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