Tim Roth and Louis Leterrier, co-star and director of the upcoming summer blockbuster The Incredible Hulk, will be at this weekend’s New York Comic Con for an exclusive signing at the Marvel Booth.
On Saturday April 19th from 1:00pm to 1:30pm, Tim Roth and Louis Leterrier will be signing at a ticketed event at the Jacob Javitz Center at the Marvel Booth (Booth #1141). To get your ticket go to the Variant Stage in the back of the hall when the show opens to the public on Saturday. The tickets will be given out on a first come first serve basis. Each ticket will allow the ticket holder to have one item signed by Tim Roth and Louis Leterrier.
Do not miss this one-of-a-kind signing event with Tim Roth, who has acted in such classic movies as Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, before he brings the devious Hulk villain the Abomination to the screen this summer along with Louis Leterrier, director of the Transporter and Transporter 2. The Incredible Hulk smashes its way into movie theatres June 13, 2008.
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