But the mohawk-man himself wouldn't do it without his whole team: "If you ain't gonna have the main guys, like [Dwight Schultz] as Murdoch and the guys that I grew up with, [forget it]." But what about a cameo? I would say that's the worst idea ever. After they finally find a Mr. T replacement, they'd actually think of placing them both in the same film? That sounds like movie suicide to me. Not that it matters anyway -- Mr. T pities the fool who tries to get him in a guest spot: "We don't do cameos! You don't disrespect us, or 'Pow! Pow!'" The icon went on to say: "it's insulting me to ask me to be in it [as someone else]. It's just like my ex-girlfriend saying 'Why don't you come out to dinner with my new boyfriend?' You see what I mean? I am not going to do that." Well, the remake has that going for it. Personally, I'd rather see the old guys all back if anything at all, but if not, I see no way around this Mr. T hurdle. Sure, you could throw in Ving Rhames, but anyone who tries to be The T will just be a weak caricature. Is the movie doomed?
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