The "Indie Van Game Jam" was supposed to drive around the country, making games and interviewing developers. Their kickstarter project didn't make enough money, but they decided to do it anyway.
It wouldn't be enough for a replica A-Team van to simply sit there. The A-Team drove around real fast smashing into stuff, so damn it, replica LEGO models should too.
I don't know about you, but I think Battlefield 3 would be a lot more fun if it had some more Mr. T.
Angry Birds is everywhere. The A-Team used to be everywhere. Put them together, and you've got 30 years of pop culture condensed into one minute of flash animation.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has gone from mixed martial arts to Hollywood, recently playing B.A. Baracus in the A-Team movie. Next up? How about his own video game.
There comes a point in the new A-Team movie when, if you've ever played Modern Warfare, you'll sit back in your chair a little and think "man, I've seen this somewhere before".
Forget the A-Team you know and love. This movie is nothing like it. And it's all the better for it.