Bradley Cooper rules out A-Team sequel
Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren and Mary-Louise Parker star in the 2010 action-comedy that is "Red". After he's threatened by a high-tech assassin, former black-ops agent Frank Moses (Willis) reassembles his old crew to go after their longtime assailants. The movie's title (RED) stands for "Retired Extremely Dangerous".
Bradley Cooper has ruled out an 'A-Team' sequel.
The actor - who played Templeton Peck in last year's big screen adaptation of the 80s TV show - says the cast won't be reuniting for another adventure as there isn't the demand for it.
When asked about 'A-Team 2', Bradley told EmpireOnline: "I loved it. But unfortunately, outside of you, a few of your friends and myself, there just wasn't enough revenue to supply a second instalment of that franchise."
While Bradley doesn't think there will be a sequel, his co-star Liam Neeson has other ideas.
The Irish actor - who portrayed Hannibal Smith - has previously said all the cast are willing to work on a shoot, with New York his preferred choice of location.
He said: "Myself, Bradley, Rampage and Sharlto are very, very keen to do it. New York would cool. And a couple of other countries too maybe."
South African actor Sharlto Copley, who played Murdoch in the movie, has revealed he would like any sequel to have a similar feel to the TV show.
He told IGN.com: "I would like to see what used to happen in the show, which is just these four guys going and helping someone that needs help. I think it would be a really fun thing to do, with a very simple plotline."