That's the latest from here at Sundance, as we caught up with the former "Cheers" star during promotion for his new indie film, "Transsiberian." Calling "The A-Team" script "surprisingly good," Harrelson teased fans by stating that his involvement "could happen." Watch more of his thoughts below, and then let us know in the comments if you think he'd make a good Murdoch.
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As some of you may have heard, rapper Ice Cube is in the running to play B.A. Baracus in John Singleton's upcoming theatrical take on the classic 80's action TV show, "The A-Team." When Cube sat down with us to chat up his new film "First Sunday," the focus inevitably turned to the former, with Cube sharing his take on the character that Mr. T made famous.
"I don't wanna make a two-hour TV show," Cube said of reports about the film's grittier feel. "I wanna make a hardcore movie with these characters you remember, but I'm not trying to be Mr. T. I'm not going to wear all the gold and all that stuff. I think that's his thing. I'm gonna bring my flavor to the role. We're taking it to the big screen so it's something different." Watch Cube talk it up in the video below, and then click here to read the rest of the interview.
Yup, we're back again with more links. Today, news on "The Neuromancer," "Transformers 2," "A-Team," "Eagle Eye," and more.
- I pity the fool who doesn't read Ice Cube's interview about "The A-Team," where he talks about the possibility of playing BA Baracus. (Blackfilm)
- Super-producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura talks Wayans casting on "G.I. Joe," says "Transformers 2" is "hurt" by the strike. (IESB)
- "Noooooooooo!" Hayden Christensen cast in "The Neuromancer." In all fairness, he was awesome in "Shattered Glass." (JoBlo)
- It's clobbering time. Michael Chiklis joins cast of "Eagle Eye" as Secretary of Defense. (Hollywood Reporter)
- On the cutting room floor: 15 big name actors who got left out of a movie. (IFC)
- Michael Cera isn't ticklish in this hilarious fake interview. (Funny or Die)