When's it out: June 11 in the US and July 28 in the UK.
Who's in it: Liam Neeson leads the group as Hannibal Smith, Bradley Cooper is Faceman Peck, Sharlto Copley is Howling Mad Murdock and Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson is B.A. Baracus. In support there's Jessica Biel as love interest Charisa Sosa and Patrick Wilson as the villainous Lynch.
What's it about: Updating the action to the present day, director Joe 'Smokin' Aces' Carnahan sets up his A-Team as a group of Iraq veterans who are trying to clear their name with the US military after being framed for a crime they didn't commit. The gang are forced to go rogue, turning their backs on the government and using their special skills in order to clear their names.
At The Movies verdict: "One year ago, an elite commando unit was sent to prison for a crime they didn't commit..." Any child of the '80s will recognise those words, so much of the fun with The A-Team will be in the nostalgia trip. The famous black van, B.A.'s fear of planes and, we presume, his love of milk will all be present in some form and sure to bring memories flooding back. The cast is a good one, too, with Neeson and Copley cracking choices. Also, doesn't Quinton Jackson do an impressive approximation of the legendary Mr T? The only problem could lie in action team-up burnout. With The Losers and The Expendables out this year, The A-Team is operating in a crowded market place.
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