I am a bit excited about the new A-Team movie.
At first I was very skeptic about it, because in 9 cases out of 10, new remakes of old movies or TV-shows are not on the level. Also, I am a big fan of the TV-show and have trouble picturing anybody else in the roles of Hannibal, Face, Murdoch and BA. They were and still are legendary. Those are very large shoes to fill.
But after seeing the trailer I have decided to keep an open mind about it. I will try to see it as a movie on its own and not compare it to the TV-show too much.
They have changed some important facts about the canon, including the war being in Iraq and not Vietnam, which can be understood as it makes the movie more accessible to the younger audience. I just hope that they will keep the classic A-Team elements, like the car flip. The 'cartoonish' way of no bad guy actually dying will probably be ditched, as it is a PG-13 rated movie, which is kind of a shame. That was probably one of the reasons why so many children were allowed to watch it: nobody actually died, they just got tied up and arrested.
Also, Bradley Cooper is a plus. I loved him in Alias and can almost see him as Face. Not completely but getting there.
But I'll wait and see.