June 04, 2010 09:45:27 GMT
Bradley Cooper and Sharlto Copley arrived at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre on June 3 in a tank to join their co-stars Jessica Biel, Liam Neeson and Quinton Jackson.
The 20th Century Fox has made certain spot in Los Angeles look like a battle field. On Thursday, June 3, the studio has held the premiere for "The A-Team" at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in California and brought a real tank to carry most of the cast.
Bradley Cooper and Sharlto Copley were those who looked excited when arriving at the venue in the military vehicle. Despite the set, the two dressed in their formal outfit. The film beauty, Jessica Biel, graced the red carpet in her white dress which shows off her legs. Joined by Liam Neeson and Quinton Jackson, they posed together for the cameras.
Their co-stars Patrick Wilson and Gerald McRane were additionally seen supporting the special screening. Director and producer Joe Carnahan later joined the film's cast on the red carpet where they shared laughs and took picture together.
Meanwhile, Adrien Brody who is fresh from the premiere of his own film "Splice" also spent some time to attend the special screening for the action movie. Also among the guests at the event were Kristen Bell, Minnie Driver, Jon Hamm, Stephanie Pratt and Brett Ratner.
Based on TV series of the same title, "The A-Team" follows a group of Iraq veterans who is sentenced to prison for a crime they did not commit. Managing to escape from a maximum security facility, they are still wanted by the U.S. military after a year passed. The film will feature their adventures which combine helping the innocent while running from the law. This action comedy will open wide in U.S. theaters on June 11.