The official trailer for Brad Pitt's upcoming World War II movie, ''Fury'', dropped Tuesday, June 24, in which the A-list actor delivered the premise of the entire film in one line.
"It will end, soon. But before it does, a lot more people have got to die," says Pitt, 50, who plays a sergeant named Wardaddy in the flick. Pitt's platoon includes Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena, Jon Bernthal, Scott Eastwood, and Logan Lerman.
Pitt has tackled WWII before, of course, in Inglourious Basterds. But in this film, which hits theaters Nov. 14, he has a much more haunted yet defiant look.
"He's playing this badass, hard, tough, intense guy. It's a different kind of role for him," director David Ayer told PEOPLE in May. "He's insanely good in this thing."
Ayer said he wanted to make "the ultimate tank movie. Everyone's done D-Day, these big battles of the war, but no one's really told the life of the spearhead of the U.S. Army of the time, which was these tank crews. It's a great opportunity to take a group of guys, put 'em in this claustrophobic environment, and see how they work together as a team."
"But more than that it is a symbol of where art belongs, rising as it does out of the heart of a great city. A mighty castle on a hill, it is a part of me, and of all Glaswegians." In a specially recorded message for the students Capaldi said: "I'm so sorry for all of you who have lost your degree shows.
"All I can say to you is that you are artists. This will only add to your story. You will be reborn, and rise from the ashes even stronger."
GSA director, Professor Tom Inns, Pitt and Capaldi would have an important role to play in the fundraising appeal. .
He said: "We are delighted that both Peter Capaldi, one of our most celebrated alumni, and Brad Pitt, whose admiration for Mackintosh is well known, have both joined our campaign and will be Trustees on The Mackintosh Appeal."
Leicester Square prepares for Shermination on October 19David Ayer’s study of grizzled men in metal, Fury, is the official pick to close this year’s BFI London Film Festival. The Training Day man’s old-school war flick will be pulling down the curtain on the 58th LFF in a blaze of exploding shells, Wehrmacht panzers and hipster 1944 haircuts on October 19.Patrolling the red carpet will be Ayer and his star, Brad Pitt, a suitably ... Source: Empire: Movie News & Reviews
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Leicester Square prepares for Shermination on October 19David Ayer’s study of grizzled men in metal, Fury, is the official pick to close this year’s BFI London Film Festival. The Training Day man’s old-school war flick will be pulling down the curtain on the 58th LFF in a blaze of exploding shells, Wehrmacht panzers and hipster 1944 haircuts on October 19.Patrolling the red carpet will be Ayer and his star, ... Source: Empire: Movie News & Reviews
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Sony Pictures has shifted the Fury release date for director David Ayer’s (End of Watch) World War II tank drama up nearly a month from its original release date of November 14th to October 17th, which could signal a strong awards play for the promising film. Brad Pitt leads the original story of a tank crew battling a desperate Nazi army in the last days of World War II, and the film’s first trailer makes the pic look rather excellent. Instead of ... Source: Latino ReviewFull article at: Latino ReviewAug 12 2014, 12:45pm CDT
Auditioning for anything as an actor or actress is the most grueling and emotionally tough thing you can go through. But, sometimes, it's totally worth it and great things happen.
Prank Media has compiled a video compilation of 40 of our biggest stars before they were famous, as they were trying to make it like millions of performers before them. Would you believe that both Robert Downey Jr. and Brad Pitt auditioned for Ro ... Source: movie fanatic
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So good! Watch stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Cruise, Lindsay Lohan, and Brad Pitt audition for their breakout roles in a throwback video montageThis article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Tom Cruise, Leonardo DiCaprio, Emma Stone, Lindsay Lohan Audition f ... Source: USMagazine
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