Biel accepts some people will hate 'A-Team' movie

Biel accepts some people will hate 'A-Team' movie

Jessica Biel says some people will hate ‘The A-Team’ movie.

The actress – who stars alongside Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper and Quinton Jackson in the 2010 big screen remake of the hit 80s TV series – accepts the action movie “won’t please everyone” and fans of the original show will probably be more critical than most.

She said: “There’s a heightened sense of concern when you’re doing something so beloved around the world. What I always think is you can’t please everybody.

“There will be people who hate it; there will be people who absolutely love it. Hopefully, people will come and see it and make whatever judgement they want.”

Although the set was fuelled by testosterone, the brunette beauty – who is currently dating pop heartthrob Justin Timberlake – enjoyed working with the men.

She said: “It was super-manly, but fun. They loved having some female energy. The make-up girls would come in and they just flocked to all the women on set.

“It was nice to have men and women together. All testosterone, all oestrogen – a little too much of one is never good. I felt very comfortable… but there were a lot of fart jokes!”

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