A teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle star who plays the team’s lead in the upcoming “A” Team movie is “not worried” about the sequel.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Leonardo DiCaprio, who played Leonardo in the 1995 sequel, told the magazine that he doesn’t think it’s going to be too different from the original film.
“The ‘A-Team’ movie is a reboot.
It’s about a group of teenagers trying to make their way in the world.
There’s no story.
There is no character.
It doesn’t need to be,” DiCaprios said.
The character, who’s played by a teenage Leonardo, was a major part of the 1995 film and is now best known for his role in the Netflix series “Arrested Development.”
“A-team” director Michael Bay has said he’s not afraid to change things up, but DiCaprie told EW that he’s “not a fan” of the “A- Team” franchise and would prefer to see it continue on.
“We are in the business of making the characters who we’ve created,” he said.
“So I am a fan of the ‘A Team,’ but I’m not going to change the way that I see them.
I’m going to keep making them, but I don’t want to go down that path of making them more like ‘Arrest’ or ‘Transformers.’
I’m a fan just of what I love about those movies.”