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Nicole Richie brings her unfiltered sense of humor and unique perspective to life in a new series based on her irreverent twitter feed. The show follows the outspoken celebrity as she shares her perspective on style, parenting, relationships and her journey to adulthood.
Eric Moro: Hey guys! Eric and Jim here. We’re going to be providing you with a rewind theater trailer commentary for the new A-Team trailer. And the first thing that has to be said is it looks like Fox is going to the Avatar school of trailer cutting.
Jim Vejvoda: Yeah, a lot more narrative this time, a lot more dramatic kind of character development. It certainly starts off on a dark note to see them in their army dress uniforms getting all the way to prison.
Eric Moro: Yeah, that was always just reference with like B-Roll Footage and narration in the actual TV series but here, we actually see it.
Jim Vejvoda: Nice little nod there to Hannibal’s love of cigars.
Eric Moro: Yeah, definitely.
Jim Vejvoda: In a hollowed up book and now we see how they escaped but you’ll notice, we don’t see Murdock there.
Eric Moro: Yeah, we only see three of them. Face, Hannibal, and BA. I’m going to go back real quick to this guy right here. This is our first shot of Patrick Wilson.
Jim Vejvoda: Yeah, he plays Col. Lynch who in the original series was a guy that was sent after the A-Team, so that’s a nice nod to a small character from the original show.
Eric Moro: Yeah, and what we’re theorizing here is that he may actually be a part of the bad guys if you will in the film.
Jim Vejvoda: Yeah, one of the guys in on framing them.
Eric Moro: Exactly because what we discover is obviously they were framed for a crime they did not commit but their first mission if you will is actually clearing their names and seeking revenge against the guys that did this.
Jim Vejvoda: Yeah, it’s not being hired to help some of the little men, you know.
Eric Moro: Exactly. Even though we covered this in the teaser trailer, I’m going to go back “Pity” and “Fool” tattooed on his hands. We also get a shot here of a face. We have no idea what he’s doing in his bathrobe in this desert setting but he gives us a sense that he’s — [Audio cut]