Jessica Biel looked like a Grecian goddess last night at The A-Team L.A. premiere at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on June 3 in Hollywood. The stunning actress was surrounded by her coterie of male co-stars and strutted her stuff all they way down the carpet, her beaming smile never leaving her face. Hunky co-star Bradley Cooper, who plays Jess’ love interest in the film, arrived at the premiere on a tank and took time to sign autographs for fans!
Both Jess and Bradley walked the carpet sans their partners — Justin Timberlake and Renée Zellweger.
The A-Team is a film adaptation of the 1980’s TV series four Vietnam vets, framed for a crime they didn’t commit.
The present day film follows a similar plot, but centers around Iraq war veterans.
Oscar-nominated actor Liam Neeson , who plays Col. John “Hannibal” Smith, said the film definitely pays tribute to the original series.
“There’s enough homage to the television show in the dialogue and the story line is a lot more complex than the show’s,” Liam told reporters at last night’s premiere.
The veteran actor told reporters that his children inspire him to work and make films; however, he doesn’t wish them a career in the acting world. I should be so lucky, my kids.
“Being an actor is all about rejection,” he said.
So what sets The A-Team apart from other remakes?
“It’s a big studio movie, a franchise film, I thought it was a terrific script, wonderful cast where no eagles were jostling for the spotlight,” Liam said. “It was just the best we could do in each scene.”