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'The A-Team' Sizzle Reel Gives Away More Scenes

June 5, 2010 (4:47 am) GMT
Not only the new preview video introduces each of the major characters, but also it shares many action sequences.

After premiering "" in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 3, the 20th Century Fox has further teased audience with another preview to the film. The studio has just outed a sizzle reel which makes its way out via IGN.

While it is not quite clear in explaining the story, the video does share a glimpse at many fresh scenes. It also introduces the A-Team's members and their nemesis Lt. Sosa. In between the shots which show jokes resulted in their actions, there is a scene which further explains the relationship between Lt. Sosa and Faceman.

In addition to the sizzle reel, "The A-Team" has also got some new clips which can be seen here.

"The A-Team" follows a group of Iraq veterans who is sentenced to prison for a crime they did not commit. Managing to escape from a maximum security facility, they are still wanted by the U.S. military after a year passed. The film will feature their adventures which combine helping the innocent while running from the law.

takes the role of Lt. Templeton 'Faceman' Peck, while Col. John 'Hannibal' Smith, Capt. 'Howling Mad' Murdock and Sgt. Bosco 'B.A.' Baracus and Lt. Sosa are played by , , and respectively. Joe Carnahan serves behind the lens for this action comedy which is set to storm U.S. theaters on June 11.



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