FURY Trailer: Brad Pitt Leads a World War II Tank Crew

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Sony has released the first Fury trailer for writer/director David Ayer‘s (End of Watch) World War II tank film.  The original story is set in 1945 as the Nazi regime is in collapse, and revolves around the five-man crew of an American tank called “Fury”.  Brad Pitt plays U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Wardaddy, as he leads his unit in the fight against a desperate German army.  This looks like it could be a strong entry into the World War II-drama genre, and this trailer does a good job of emphasizing both the action and the character drama between the talented cast.

Hit the jump to watch the Fury trailer.  The film also stars Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena, Jon Bernthal, and Jason Isaacs.  Fury opens in theaters on November 14th.

Click here to watch in HD on Apple.

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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  • P.K.

    Looks so fucking gorgeous. Gonna pretend like Sabotage never happened and that this is Ayer’s REAL follow-up to End of Watch. Each actor looks like they’re gonna kill it..

    • Steven

      Sabotage was terrific.

      • jay

        Sabotage was awesome

  • Polarboy

    I really can’t get over my dislike for LaBeouf, his general screen presence and the way he acts in real life really rub me up the wrong way.

    • MJ

      Yea, I can’t stand Mr. “I want to have a penis-cam” scum-bucket.

      Good to see a lot of Jon Bernthal in the trailer though. Walking Dead has never been as good since they killed off Shane.

    • Big two cents

      Say what you will but I think this guy is a seriously good actor and will only get better over time. I’m not really interested in what he does off screen, actually I don’t give a shit, period. The future looks promising once he gets his artistic life together and focuses his efforts on bringing his chosen characters to life. He killed it in Charlie Countryman. I’m thinking a potential oscar nod in the next 5 years.

      • Polarboy

        If you like his screen presence fair enough but I find him annoying, note that I didn’t say he was untalented. As for getting better over time, that is not always the case.

      • Mike

        A great actor can change their screen presence to suit the character or ensemble. Christian Bale in American Hustle springs to mind.

      • MJ

        A great actor can. LaBeouf is far from being a great actor. He is at least two classes below Bale in terms of talent.

        He’s one of those guys who thinks that just by being super-intense, that that’s acting (think Colin Farrel, Jeremy Renner). It’s not.

      • MJ

        A great actor can. LaBeouf is far from being a great actor. He is at least two classes below Bale in terms of talent.

        He’s one of those guys who thinks that just by being super-intense, that that’s acting (think Colin Farrel, Jeremy Renner). It’s not.

      • Mike

        He’s young. There have been others commentin saying that some of his performances (Greatest Game Ever Played, Charlie Countryman) are exactly e opposite of his typical persona and that he actually does well. Id just wait and see. Don’t forget what happened to Matthew M, Channing Tatum, and of course Heath Ledger. They all did what we thought they couldn’t.

      • Polarboy

        If you like his screen presence fair enough but I find him annoying, note that I didn’t say he was untalented. As for getting better over time, that is not always the case.

      • Polarboy

        If you like his screen presence fair enough but I find him annoying, note that I didn’t say he was untalented. As for getting better over time, that is not always the case.

      • MJ

        “Charlie Countryman”

        Sorry, never heard of it. I don’t catch a lot of direct to video stuff.

    • Big two cents

      Say what you will but I think this guy is a seriously good actor and will only get better over time. I’m not really interested in what he does off screen, actually I don’t give a shit, period. The future looks promising once he gets his artistic life together and focuses his efforts on bringing his chosen characters to life. He killed it in Charlie Countryman. I’m thinking a potential oscar nod in the next 5 years.

    • Big two cents

      Say what you will but I think this guy is a seriously good actor and will only get better over time. I’m not really interested in what he does off screen, actually I don’t give a shit, period. The future looks promising once he gets his artistic life together and focuses his efforts on bringing his chosen characters to life. He killed it in Charlie Countryman. I’m thinking a potential oscar nod in the next 5 years.

  • JCubs79

    Looks really good. Really looking forward to this. I loved End of Watch.

  • DoremusJessup

    Is it just me or does it look like they really downplayed Shia’s presence in the movie? The first press releases for the movie were building up him being cast.

  • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

    Take my money already! Still, funny to notice that, unlike most WW II films and Ayer’s own End of Watch, this looks like it has no hand-held not shaky cam

  • Drake

    That looks … outstanding!

  • MJ

    Going to be a WWII Christmas with this and Unbroken…awesome!!!

    Hopefully these make up for the awful Monuments Men.

    • http://mattedscreen.blogspot.com/ TheMattedScreen

      The only credit I give Monuments Men is that it made me love “the Train” more than I already did.

  • jacob

    what does LaBeouf say to Lerman at the midpoint? sheesh maybe it’s my speakers but i can’t understand it.

    • C.J.T.J.

      “Wait ’till you see it.”
      “See what?”
      “What a man can do to another man.”

  • BulletProof

    Looks good. Hope it has some of “Kelly’s Heros” charm…..the only thing to dislike: LaBeouf. Camera Looks great too!

  • cineast4

    wow

  • Tejdipto Bose

    This looks good. I know LaBeouf has rubbed people the wrong way for a while now but he can act. I liked him in The Greatest Game ever played; a very subdued, subtle-ish performance, against type.

  • eternalozzie

    I will have to set aside my intolerance for LaBeouf to see Lerman and Pitt play off each other. I dislike most war movies but this looks good.

  • derek

    This looks ok. Notice how the trailer said “The director of End of Watch and Training Day”. Ayers only two good movies. Who knows if this will be good. Judging by the trailer, it looks like a fun time i guess. Good collection of actors thats for sure.

  • Bo

    Interesting that so many guys here dislike LaBeouf…ummm….not many of these young actors I find interesting or good at their craft, but I do think LaBeouf talented and interesting. Got me. He does seem to have a bit of a drinking problem, but hey, guys who don’t drink make me wonder…lol…Anyway…this trailer did nothing for me. Can’t say I’m a big fan of Ayers’ work either. Also did not like the murky look of the film and it’s shot on film too, rather than digital. Go figure. Still don’t like Pitt’s hair or his ‘Wardaddy’ name….sounds bush to me…but hey, that’s just me so don’t get in a tissy about it…righto? I’ve always liked pretty much anything Pitt does, or at least his part in them so I’ll give this a shot no doubt and see what I think.

  • Bo

    Interesting that so many guys here dislike LaBeouf…ummm….not many of these young actors I find interesting or good at their craft, but I do think LaBeouf talented and interesting. Got me. He does seem to have a bit of a drinking problem, but hey, guys who don’t drink make me wonder…lol…Anyway…this trailer did nothing for me. Can’t say I’m a big fan of Ayers’ work either. Also did not like the murky look of the film and it’s shot on film too, rather than digital. Go figure. Still don’t like Pitt’s hair or his ‘Wardaddy’ name….sounds bush to me…but hey, that’s just me so don’t get in a tissy about it…righto? I’ve always liked pretty much anything Pitt does, or at least his part in them so I’ll give this a shot no doubt and see what I think.

  • Frank

    …is that music from Deus Ex?

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  • poppincherry

    Why aren’t we seeing the story of the 30 million native Americans that were chopped up a few hundred years ago?
    Oh, because they don’t run Hollywood.
    I won’t be watching this movie.

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