New FURY Images Featuring Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña, and Jon Bernthal

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New images from writer-director David Ayer’s World War II picture Fury are now available for you to enjoy.  Featuring stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña, and Jon BernthalFury is Ayer’s self-described “ultimate tank movie.”  For more commentary on the film, be sure to check out Steve’s recent interviews with Ayer, Lerman, and Bernthal.

Fury opens November 14th.  Hit the jump to check out the new Fury images and to see what Ayer had to say about the picture and his cast.

Take a look at the new Fury images below, as well as Ayer’s commentary courtesy of People:

Ayer on Pitt: “He’s playing this badass, hard, tough, intense guy … It’s a different kind of role for him.”

Ayer on LaBeouf: “He’s insanely good in this thing … He’s a joy to work with and I can’t wait to work with him again.”

Ayer on The Tank: “I couldn’t tell you how much insurance this thing had on it – it was crazy … It actually ended up performing really well. It’s like the tank was happy to get out of the barn and run around. These tanks like to run hard. That’s what they’re built for.”

Here’s the official synopsis for Fury:

FURY is set at the very end of World War II, in April 1945.  As the Allies make their final push in the European Theater, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines.  Outnumbered and outgunned, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.

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  • MJ

    Is it just me, or does Pitt look like JVCD a bit in that photo?

    • ColinJ

      Looks like he’s all scarred up.

      I look forward to this as long as it’s more BAND OF BROTHERS rawness and less WE WERE SOLDIERS rah-rah horseshit.

      • James VDB

        The scars remind me of Tom Berenger in Platoon.

  • jvcd

    I’ve read the script this, and yeah, if Ayer could pull it off directing wise this could be something great. I’m also looking forward to Logan Lerman, since in a way, his character is sort of the main character. You’ll know what I mean when you see the movie, and as far as Pitt’s concerned, yes this is definitely his most badass/tough role yet. He has the potential to be really memorable depending on how the final product turns out to be.

  • Blair

    I wonder how much attention in the marketing/general audience interest in this film is going to revolve around Shia since it was his last big motion picture he completed before his scandal.

    • MJ

      Isn’t Shia a pourn actor now?

      • lordjim

        you clearly haven´t seen nymphomaniac because your comment is absurd.hint – it´s not what you think it is.

      • MJ

        Yea, I have to add that one to my list of pourn films masquerading as cinema elitist films.

        You obviously missed the reference — good ole Shia wanted to have live real sex during that film you mentioned, but was overruled by the director and his co-star — who probably was questioning by then if she wanted to do love scenes at all with that scum-bucket wannabe pourn star. He even suggested a camera should be mounted to his manhood…yuk

      • lordjim

        it´s not a porn movie, even the sex scened aren´t shot in a fashion to arouse anyone, they are a mean of expression of the main character´s psychology and evolution- trust me i have seen enough porn, nymphomaniac is not porn, it´s a rather strange combination of tarkovsky hommage, tarantinoesque postmodernism, philosophical discussion between two very different people and filmed novel.not von triers best but certainly fascinating, energetic and never boring.porn movies tend to get boring very fast – that is after you came. the second half of nymphomaniac is a rather dark and disturbing affair, so it certainly not for the masses who usually don´t like to be confronted, on the other hand it´s the most playful that von trier has ever been.and i don´t care vor shia´s personal views, he has a rather small part, and he plays the guy who just doesn´t get it, not the hero.

      • MJ

        Well, I will take your word for it, since I have not seen it — thanks! However, I have seen Blue is the Warmest Color, and please don’t try to tell me that that is not pourn.

    • lordjim

      scandal?the first matrix movie was stolen from a comicbook, so where was that scandal?they should have stolen the second and third too though…

    • eternalozzie

      what scandal? is being a flakey tool a scandal?

    • eternalozzie

      what scandal? is being a flakey tool a scandal?

  • Lance Mitaro

    Shia LaBeouf = Pauly Shore of our generation

    • Norbert

      You insult Pauly Shore

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  • The Flobbit

    I don’t know what to think. David Ayer’s movies are either great, or really mediocre. On the one hand we have Brad Pitt, Michael Pena, and Jon Bernthal – all fantastic actors, and on the other, Shia “Not Famous Anymore” LaBoeuf and Logan “Pretty Face” Lerman. Still, this is on my radar.

  • The Flobbit

    I don’t know what to think. David Ayer’s movies are either great, or really mediocre. On the one hand we have Brad Pitt, Michael Pena, and Jon Bernthal – all fantastic actors, and on the other, Shia “Not Famous Anymore” LaBoeuf and Logan “Pretty Face” Lerman. Still, this is on my radar.

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