TechCentral spoke to Sharlto Copley and Rampage Jackson about their parts in The A-Team and their Hollywood careers.
Excerpt: "I used to act an enormous amount when I was a kid. From when I was about 10 years, until I was about 19, I made 200 or 300 little pieces of media, was in a number of plays, and so on. My family and friends would maybe say that I was an actor first, and that is probably true.
But when I got into directing and producing, it felt a lot more like where I wanted to be. You have lot more control over what you do. Acting was personal and almost sacred to me, so I was disinterested in singing and dancing for someone’s approval. That part of it repulsed me."