A new theatrical trailer has been released for this summer’s big screen adaptation of The A-Team. The film is based on the cult TV show of the same name and features a cast led by veteran actor, Liam Neeson. The more we see from the film the more I’m convince that it will be awesome, campy fun. Plus there’s explosions galore and isn’t that what The A-Team‘s all about? Check out the latest trailer…

The premise of the film follows the same plot of the series except everything’s been pushed back about 25 years. Three of the four characters in question obviously didn’t serve in Vietnam because with the exception of Neeson, none of them where born back then. This follow up to the first trailer is filled with more random explosions and unfortunately more Jessica Biel. I could definitely do without her in this movie, but it’s not about what I want.

There are a few homages to the original series that are great to see like B.A. Baracus’ knuckle tattoos that say “Pity and Fool” on each hand. The old theme song also appears on more than one occasion at the beginning and the end of the trailer. It’s good to see that they highlight Murdoch’s partial insanity, and Sharlto Copley is pulling off his southern accent a lot better than I thought he would.

Check out the trailer and the poster below…

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The A-Team is directed by Joe Carnahan and debuts in theaters on June 11, 2010.

What do you think about the new poster and trailer for The A-Team? Are you interested in seeing the film?