Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are bringing their upcoming film, 'Escape Plan,' to Comic-Con and it's going to wind up being one of the hottest tickets all weekend. But, we've got good news for you. You can beat the lines and snag yourself a reserved seat so you can bump shoulders with Arnold and Sly and be the first to see 'Escape Plan'!
Think you've heard all that Comic-Con 2013 has to offer this year? Think again!
Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger will be on-hand at Comic-Con to show off the world premiere of their upcoming action film, 'Escape Plan' and you can score tickets and meet the two action heroes in person. Let's find out how!
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'Escape Plan' (previously titled 'The Tomb') feels like a movie we've been waiting 30 years to see: a team-up between action icons Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Technically, the two musclebound actors appeared together in the 'Expendables' films, but that was a glorified cameo on Arnie's part. This one is the real deal. The first poster for this sure-to-be-amazing-even-if-it's-not film has arrived and it has us pumped.
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