Bradley Cooper has ruled out an 'A-Team' sequel because he doesn't think there's enough demand for it.
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."