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The A-Team trailer online

TheA-Team.jpgEarly, but the A-Team trailer is here. While I was hard at work it popped up online and is right here for you to view.

Unfortunately I'm still at work, and try as I might I can't see that trailer till I get home. So you're all on your lonesome, and you get to comment on it for everyone else. So wade in and tell everyone just how good, or bad, the trailer is.

The blur for Joe Carnahan's The A-Team goes like this:

A group of Iraq War veterans looks to clear their name with the U.S. military, who suspect the four men of committing a crime for which they were framed.

It's starring, although you're about to see exactly who, Liam Neeson, Sharlto Copley, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Patrick Wilson, Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson, and two recognisable faces, Dirk Benedict and Dwight Schultz.

Now just in case that version nips out due to lawyers, here's another one from TheFilmStage through Coming Soon:

I can't wait to see it myself.

Update: Well I've just seen the trailer, I know, finally, and I'm pretty excited by it. It looks like A-Team on speed. Great that they kept the words for the trailer, well most of them, and the team looks pretty cool. Okay, the tank taking out the plane in mid-air is a little crazy, but at least things are blowing up, and maybe people are getting hurt too. What do you think?



i recently rewatched some of the orignal material on tube..[the opening edited credits of the opening sequence showcase strong identifable action for A team ]
i hope they ensure the characters interact in a progressive way but also retain some of the ['character from the 80s mini movies...]

i hope they film los angeles in a way which gives A-team some premise so doesnt just develop into a routine action picture...[i also liked the character 'face' as he seemed to hide addtional skills like some kinda 'secret agent' perhaps the producers will be aiming the pictures'glamour more towards something like 'time crisis meets true lies' rather than a standard 'cop variation picture' which only did 'quite well in the 1980's...


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