Stallone VS Schwarzenegger in this New Clip from ESCAPE PLAN!
Hey guys! Horrorella here...
A new clip has been released for the upcoming ESCAPE PLAN, which re-teams Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Stallone plays a character who is an expert in structural and prison security, who finds himself suddenly framed and thrown behind bars in the MAXIMUMEST of maximum security prisons. He teams up with Schwarzenegger's character (probably because he was the biggest inmate in the facility) to break out and clear his name.
This clip shows the two of them starting a fight in an attempt to reach another area of the facility (which will presumably aid their escape plan). I like how direct Schwarzenegger in his approach - there's really no fucking around here. He just goes for it. The tone of this scene, while not over-the-top-silly, is still rather comedic, and I hope it's something that stays present through the entire film. It could be fun.
What do you guys think?
ESCAPE PLAN opens September 27th.
Follow me on Twitter
Readers Talkbackcomments powered by Disqus
- The Bat Cowl from BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE is in the hall! -- 209 total posts 209 posts
- There's a new awesome filming location for STAR WARS 7!!! -- 178 total posts 178 posts
- Beginning of a flood of AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Comic Con Artwork?!?! -- 198 total posts 114 posts
- FIFTY SHADES OF GREY Trailer Is Like Daaaaayuuuuuuum! -- 95 total posts 95 posts
- Marvel Debuts Special ANT-MAN Poster For Comic Con! -- 109 total posts 67 posts
- Sony Says Fuck It, Announces Release Dates For THE SINISTER SIX And THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 3! -- 345 total posts 50 posts
- Behold The Blazing New Poster For THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES!! -- 211 total posts 47 posts
- SDCC '14: Title logo for WARCRAFT! -- 56 total posts 44 posts
- Marvel sets one additional 2018 release date! -- 100 total posts 39 posts
- He's not 007 anymore, but Pierce Brosnan is still kicking ass across Europe in the full trailer for THE NOVEMBER MAN! -- 83 total posts 34 posts