The A-Team

The A-Team

Shrek’s reign at the top of the charts is sure to come to an end this weekend, and two new films are battling it out to see which can take the crown. Will it be Jackie Chan’s mastery of karate or Quintin ‘Rampage’ Jackson’s skills at driving a big ass van that wins the weekend?

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It’s rated PG-13, but Mr. T himself is claiming that The A-Team is a bit too violent and sexy for his taste. Especially since it’s being marketed to families and young teenagers. Assuming that he saw the entire film without having his vision blocked by gold chains, do you dare disagree with the T?

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If you’re a fan of cheesy 80s action shows – and who isn’t? – then you are as excited about the upcoming A-TEAM movie as all of us at Rejects HQ. But did you know the entire TV series is now available in a box set… in the shape of B.A. Baracus’s van no less. So why not get your drink on with these soldiers if fortune on DVD or streaming on Netflix?

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What movies to watch in June 2010

Now that American Idol and Lost are over, you have the entire month of June free for movies. What the hell are you going to watch?

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If you haven’t met The A-Team, you’re probably in the lost generation. Those born in the chasm between the run of the 1983 television series and right now. Don’t worry though, we’ve got some helpful videos for you.

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Summer Movies: The Adjustment Bureau

It’s that time again. Every year, Film School Rejects is looked to by readers the world over to be the guiding light for summer movie-going. What can we say? We just have a knack for it. And this summer, we’re excited…

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Our resident tough guy (it’s not hard to be tough in this crowd) sits down with The Losers’ tough guy Idris Elba and is immediately reminded that he is not 6’3″.

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Rob Hunter takes a look at the new trailer for A-Team and focuses a bit too much on Jessica Biel.

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Bradley Cooper (The Hangover) just wrapped work with Smokin’ Aces director Joe Carnahan on The A-Team, which hits theaters this summer. But he’s not done working with Carnahan yet. With their next project, Cooper will be shedding the cool badassery of Lt. Templeton ‘Faceman’ Peck and taking on wolves. Yes, wolves.

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The A-Team

20th Century Fox has released a new gallery of photographs this week from their upcoming action film The A-Team, which was curiously absent from our list of 2010’s most anticipated films.

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The folks over at The Film Stage have picked up on the first trailer for The A-Team, which has been leaked onto the web by a Canadian Newspaper site.

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio that we forgot to post earlier in the week, I name more than 5 great Stephen King film adaptations and make Robert Fure look like the fool he is, we take a look at Sorority Row, and Diane Lane looks great in a cop uniform.

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On the other side of the world in Rumorland, the reality is that District 9 star Sharlto Copley has been offered the role of Murdock for The A-Team. Here in our reality, we have no clue whether this is true or not.

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After riding around in a black-painted panel van, Liam Neeson will hop out, get in a car accident, and wake up to a world that doesn’t know who he is. Sound great right? Only one problem.

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Bradley Cooper casting news! Just not the scoop you were expecting…

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Joe Carnahan is taking the helm for Fox’s A-Team. We promise not to say anything about pitying the fool.

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FSR hopes Singleton gets his Woody.

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