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Thursday, 2 July 2009

Has B.A. Baracus got Game?

Who will be brave enough to don Mr. T's chains? Blackfilm has learned that rapper The Game is being considered for the role of B.A Baracus.

Recent word was that Common was going to take on the part, but with his recent casting opposite Queen Latifah in Just Right, he may not finish filming before 'The A-Team begins filming in August.

Common and The Game appeared in Street Kings last year.

The A-Team will be directed by Joe Carnahan (Smokin' Aces)

Liam Neeson was in negotiations to star as Hannibal Smith, while Bradley Cooper, after repeated denials, told MTV News that he will be playing the role of Templeton Peck.

I've not seen The Game acting in anything other than a music video so I can't really comment on how good a choice he would be. To be honest I would rather they went with a great actor as opposed to going the rap star route. Strange that there is still no word on who will be playing Murdoch. Who would you like to see as B.A.?

It is due for release on 11th June 2010.

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