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A new clip from the upcoming A-Team movie has just been released by IGN. Check it out above!
The Clip contains a stunt that actor Bradley Cooper considers to be the most exciting stunt in the movie. He described shooting the scene to 2DayFM radio in Sydney...
"To do the stunt we had an actual tank suspended on a machine that lifted it up and down as I fired the machine gun. I was shooting fully-loaded blanks on a sound stage and the noise was incredible, my whole body was shaking when we were doing that scene. It was so loud, I thought I was going to go deaf. Of course I didn't, it was fine, but it was an incredible stunt."
To help promote the upcoming A-Team movie, Fox and Google decided to enlist the help of Paul van Dinther from PlanetInAction. Though they were very busily working on their new Helicopter game they just could not pass up such an opportunity as they tell on their blog...
When a large company like Google and Fox call you, you sit up and listen. Despite Murdock style deadlines, we pulled it off thanks to the amazing help we received from Google engineers
As you drive around, you can unlock tv spots and trailers from the movie by performing specific tasks such as holding 100 Mph, performing a variety of jumps, traveling over 6 miles or crashing the van enough times. The fun part about crashing is that if you just keep on going forward eventually you will drive right through the building and out the other side. Thats one tough van!
The New York Auto show has ended and we thought we had seen the last of the A-Team van, but to our surprise it was right outside our office today. Fortunately we were equipped with our spy cameras.
video credit: Neil Epstein
Director Joe Carnahan spoke with MTV about casting Liam Neeson as the roll of Col. John Hannibal "It was just these very subtle things that I thought we did. The sense of humor and the adventure and exploration, all made Hannibal this fun character."
As for the beloved creation of the late Peppard, Carnahan said fans will still appreciate the roots of the A-Team leader. "[The old Hannibal] is absolutely there," he insisted. "I don't think we sacrificed that one bit."
Carnahan reminisced with MTV, "I think Dirk Benedict gave [Bradley Cooper] the biggest compliment: 'This was who I wanted to be'," Carnahan recalled of the day when the original Templeton Peck visited the set to film a cameo.
During his time there, Benedict had some kind words to say about Cooper's re-interpretation of the character as a manlier, tougher Face. "I'll just give you an example of how different [Cooper's Face] is: Bradley is in an inverted position, almost laying backwards, strapped to the side of this moving truck [in one scene]."
We all remember Colonel Decker as the bad guy always after The A-Team. But will there be a new Decker in the Feature Film. MTV asked Director Joe Carnahan that question,
"We took the Lynch character who was in the army - Lynch was the original guy in the pilot that was chasing them - we basically made him a CIA operative, played by Patrick Wilson."
But what of Colonel Decker, Carnahan explains, "We've got a cameo at the end that I can't blow, but it will tell you where this thing is going forward," Carnahan explained, inferring that things will not end well for Lynch. "It was important that we have a main villain that we could dispose of, and another one that can linger on that we can bring back if we make another one of these."
In spite of Sharlto Copley's heavy South African accent director Joe Carnahan knew he was the man for the job. "When you see him in the movie, there's not a shred of that." Carnahan confirmed, "He's doing this pan-handle Texan twang that is unidentifiable"
Copley had met with Dwight Schultz, the original Mad Dog Murdock, who confirmed that he would use a vague Texas accent most often when playing the part.
"Sharlto is such a great actor" Carnahan continued, "He has the ability to mimic and compartmentalize each accent. He'd say to me: 'I could go more here, I could pull back there;' it's pretty remarkable he was able to shed that so easily."
The South African seemed to be tireless Carnahan marveled that, "In fact, we got flack from the studio one day, because we shot nine rolls of film of just Sharlto in this one scene; he just kept going and going and going!"
MTV was asking the tough questions to A-Team Director Joe Carnahan this week.
Will the fans accept Rampage Jackson as the new B.A Baracus? Check out the video below.
"Rampage auditioned for a previous version of [the 'A-Team' movie] when it was ramping up under a different director; different circumstances," Carnahan said in his interview with MTV. "I saw that audition, and thought he was a guy that had some raw skill. A good friend of mine, Ed Quinn - who is a great actor in his own right - worked with Rampage. And I saw his audition after he worked with Ed, and it was like night and day. I brought him to Vancouver to screen test him, and the scene is actually in the movie."
With principal production of the film wrapped, fans of The A-Team have given up hope of a Mr. T Cameo. But Director Joe Carnahan has not. In an interview with MTV Carnahan declares, "[Mr. T] has tremendous respect for Rampage, and I think that there's always a way to make these things work."