The trailer for Joe Carnahan‘s (Smokin Aces, Narc) A-Team has (accidentally?) been uploaded online by a Canadian newspaper and was previously only available to those in that country. We at TFS have figured a way around that for the entire world’s viewing pleasure. The film also stars Bradley Cooper (The Hangover), Liam Neeson (Taken), Sharlto Copley (District 9) and Quentin ‘Rampage’ Jackson. Ridley and Tony Scott are producing. Check it out below quickly, as it may get taken down. It’s low quality, but that’s all we have for now. You can also check out the trailer this weekend before Daybreakers.
Plot: 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.
What do you think of the trailer?
The A-Team hits theaters June 11th, 2010.
Edit: Updated post to reflect Quentin ‘Rampage’ Jackon’s role in the film.
Edit: Updated post with the HD version provided by TrailerAddict.
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