October 22, 2016  

First Look at The A-Team's Van for Film Version

September 19, 2009 (7:13 am) GMT
The first batch of photos from the set unveils the team's black with red stripe van used for the Joe Carnahan's TV-to-film adaptation.

"" has kicked off its principal photography in British Columbia, Canada, and a series of on-set photos from the production has got out. The pictures from the set were brought forth by SplashNews and exposed the first look at the mercenary team's new van.

While the storyline for this big screen version has undergone some adjustments with the team being Iraq vets instead of Vietnam vets, the van used for this Joe Carnahan-directed movie doesn't look much different from the one seen in the original television series. The on-set images of the van can be seen at SplashNews.

"The A-Team" is a big screen adaptation to the popular '80s NBC series of the same name. Joe Carnahan, the appointed director, is also tapped to polish the Skip Woods' script along with writer Brian Bloom. will play Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith, is set for Lt. Templeton "Faceman" Peck, and aka Rampage Jackson will star as B.A. Baracus.

In addition to the three, and are likely to join the cast. The two are in final negotiations. Biel will take on the Army general pursuing the mercenary team who also happens to be the former lover of Faceman, while Copley is expected to carry on the role of H.M. 'Howling Mad' Murdoch. 20th Century Fox targets a June 11, 2010 U.S. release for "The A-Team".


  1. Bob Dylan Called 'Arrogant' for Ignoring Nobel Prize Win
  2. 'Doctor Strange' Star Tilda Swinton Wants Her Own Marvel Movie
  3. Jay-Z Makes History as Nominee for 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame
  4. Police Called to Larsa and Scottie Pippen's House Before Divorce Announcement
  5. Did Madonna Just Clap Back at Lady GaGa With This Meme?
  6. Leonardo DiCaprio to Play the Man Who Invented Rock and Roll in Sam Phillips Biopic
  7. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to Sell Their Chateau Miraval in France Amid Divorce
  8. Director Tim Miller Leaves 'Deadpool 2' Due to Creative Differences