First Look at the New (and Improved?) A-Team

Well, a plan is certainly coming together in Vancouver, but whether it's all going to work out the way you hoped it would is an entirely different story. The first paparazzi photo of the new (and improved?) A-Team has arrived online courtesy of Coming Soon … and, um, they kinda look like a skinnier version of the old A-Team.

Check out the image for yourself – from left to right we have a distraught Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (as B.A. Baracus), a silver-haired Liam Neeson (as Col. John "Hannibal" Smith), an unassuming Sharlto Copley (as Capt. "Howling Mad" Murdock) and a slick-haired Bradley Cooper (as Lt. Templeton "Faceman" Peck).
We're not entirely sure of what's going on in this scene, but it looks as if B.A. Baracus is either upset about something or simply taking a breather from all the action. Either way, I'm honestly pretty pleased with what I see here – it would appear the filmmakers really want to pay homage to the original television program (Neeson has gray hair!) instead of just using the name and creating their own cruddy version of what they think a 2009 A-Team should look like.
Nevertheless, with Smokin' Joe Carnahan directing, we're sure to get an action-packed film about four ex-military men on the run for a crime they didn't commit…and I cannot wait to see what the finished product looks like.
The A-Team hits theaters on June 11, 2010. What do you think of the new team?
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