January 21, 2015
Many tourists who come to Philadelphia are excited to run up the "Rocky" steps and take a photo with the Rocky statue outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
But for a few lucky tourists on Saturday, a visit to the famous movie site turned into a meet-and-greet with Rocky Balboa, Sylvester Stallone himself, E! Online reports.
Peter Rowe and two of his college friends, Jacob Kerstan and Andrew Wright, raced up the museum staircase to find the movie icon waiting at the top.
Stallone, 68, complimented their speed, saying the three made him "look bad." He then posed for a selfie with the group.
A number of other fans shared their Stallone selfies with 6abc Action News.
The actor is in Philadelphia shooting "Creed," the latest installment in the movie franchise.
Check out where else in Philadelphia Stallone has been spotted.