There is some extremely disappointing news coming out of Hollywood this holiday weekend for any fan of the classic '80s action series The A-team or it's beloved Mohawk and gold-chains wearing star, the legendary Mr. T. Latino Review had an opportunity to catch up with the bouncer-turned-actor who originated the role of B.A. Baracus on the popular series and he said that he will NOT be making a cameo appearance in next summer's The A-Team movie.

The actor stated that his decision had nothing to do with money as he had already made his mind up to not appear in the film before money was discussed. The actor said, "It just wouldn't be right" for him to be in it. He felt that if his B.A. isn't the main guy, then what's the point of doing it? He went on to say that since they would market the film with him being in it, he didn't want his friends and family to think he would have some big role when he wouldn't. He finished by saying that he had nothing against the cast or even the fact that they're doing a remake but that a cameo is just something he wasn't interested in doing.

It's been previously reported that series stars Dwight Schulz, who is best known to fans as Capt. "Howling Mad" Murdock, and Dirk Benedict who originated the role of Templeton "Faceman" Peck, will have cameo roles in the new film directed by Joe Carnahan. The 20th Century Fox film stars Liam Neeson as Hannibal, Bradley Cooper as Faceman, Quinton Jackson as B.A., Sharlto Copley as Murdock, along with Jessica Biel and Patrick Wilson and is scheduled for release on June 11th.