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Information about The A-TeamThe A-Team is an action movie based on The A-Team TV series, planned for release on Jun. 11, 2010 (3 years ago) by 20th Century Fox. It is directed by Joe Carnahan and produced by the brothers Ridley and Tony Scott. The plot will involve a shift from Vietnam to the Middle East, and both Jules Daly and Stephen J. Cannell, the creators of the original series, are involved in the project.
PlotLike the original series, the story follows the adventures of four U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers-turned-mercenaries, three of whom were arrested for a crime they did not commit and are now branded war criminals. After managing to escape from military prison, the three join forces with Captain H.M. Murdock, their reconnaissance pilot, as soldiers of fortune.
DevelopmentThe movie has been in development since the mid 1990s, going through a number of writers and story ideas, and being put on hold a number of times. Producer Stephen J. Cannell hoped to update the setting, perhaps using the first Gulf War as part of the backstory. John Singleton was initially assigned to direct, but in Oct. 2008 (5 years ago) he pulled out of the project. When Singleton was still attached to the project as director, Ice Cube was approached for the role of B.A. Baracus.
In Jun. 2009 (4 years ago), Variety revealed that Liam Neeson was in negotiations with 20th Century Fox to star as Hannibal Smith, and Bradley Cooper announced to MTV News that he will be playing the role of Templeton Peck after he first denied the rumors saying that he was not involved and insisted that he had not seen any script.
On Aug. 26, 2009 (4 years ago), MMAjunkie.com reported that mixed martial arts fighter Quinton "Rampage" Jackson would play the role of B.A. Baracus in the upcoming film, but this was later denied by a representative for Jackson. In sep. 2009 (4 years ago), The Vancouver Sun suggested that Jackson has been attached to the role and was postponing his fight at UFC 107 with Rashad Evans due to filming for The A-Team. Filming started in Vancouver in late 2009 (4 years ago), and Jackson's involvement has since been confirmed.
On sep. 15, 2009 (4 years ago), Variety confirmed the casting of Neeson, Cooper and Jackson. They additionally reported that Sharlto Copley and Jessica Biel (57 walls) were in final negotiations to join the cast. Copley would be playing the role of H.M. Murdock and Biel would be playing the ex-lover of Face who is a disillusioned and ruthless Army officer in charge of pursuing the team. 20th Century Fox later confirmed that Copley and Biel were cast in the film.
On sep. 30, 2009 (4 years ago), Liam Neeson and the rest of the cast were seen filming scenes in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, as shooting got under way. The first official pictures (wallpaper) of Neeson, Cooper, Copley and Jackson in character were soon released, including one which features the iconic van in the background.
On Oct. 30, 2009 (4 years ago), Dwight Schultz confirmed that he had filmed a cameo scene for the movie. This news was followed on the Nov. 23, 2009 (4 years ago), that Dirk Benedict would also make a cameo. Schultz and Benedict played H.M. Murdock and Templeton "Faceman" Peck respectively in the original series.
On dec. 1, 2009 (4 years ago), it was announced that Alan Silvestri will compose the movie score.
The film's first trailer was released Jan. 8, 2010 (3 years ago).
In Feb. 2010 (3 years ago), it was announced a series of prequel comics for the movie would be released beginning in March. The comics will be published by IDW Publishing and will be written by Carnahan and Chuck Dixon. A toy line by Jazwares is also to be released to coincide with the film.
The film's second trailer was released Apr. 1, 2010 (3 years ago).
ReceptionBenedict spoke of regretting his cameo, stating "You'll miss me if you blink. I kind of regret doing it because it's a non-part. They wanted to be able to say, 'Oh yeah, the original cast are in it,' but we're not. It is three seconds. It's kind of insulting." Mr. T, the original B. A. Baracus, admitted in a 2009 (4 years ago) interview with Latino Review that he was offered a cameo, but turned it down. In a 2010 (3 years ago) interview with Script magazine director Joe Carnahan reported that Mr. T, after viewing scenes from the film, thought the final product was "the greatest thing in the world". After the premiere of the movie Mr. T however stated he became disillusioned and felt the story emphasized sex and violence, and that it was unfaithful to the original series.
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