Sharlto CopleyWatching Sharlto Copley's hilarious yet, at the same time, disturbing performance as Wikus Van De Merwe in 'District 9,' it would have been difficult to determine that one of Copley's life long inspirations was 'The A-Team.' Raised in South Africa, Copley grew up on a steady diet of American popular culture which, yes, very much included the "crack commando unit sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit."

Copley now stars in the big screen version on 'The A-Team' as ace pilot "Howlin' Mad" Murdock. Copley discusses the improvisation he was allowed to perform on set -- which includes a scene from 'Braveheart' -- some of the changes made from television to screen; when we may see a sequel to "District 9"; and, most importantly, picks a winner between the United States and England in this weekend's World Cup soccer match being played in his home country.

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The A-Team
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