Finally, Columbia Pictures releases the trailer for the Brad Pitt-starred film “Fury.” The action film is directed and written by David Ayer. The ensemble cast includes: Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Jon Bernthal, Michael Pena and Jason Isaacs. It is set to open in U.S. theaters on November 14, 2014. Read on to learn more about “Fury.”
In the two-minute-long trailer, the movie shows great focus in a tank-operating team headed by Pitt. He is clearly depicted as a seasoned but skilled warrior as he leads the team that has been fighting soldiers in Africa.
“Now I’m killing Germans in Germany,” one of the lines said by Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) as he orients the youngest and newest member of their team, Norman Ellison, who is played by Logan Lerman.
“Just wait until you see it — what a man can do to another man,” says the character of Shia LaBeouf in one of the featured scenes in the trailer.
Obviously, his words were very brief but altogether disquieting and intriguing, which summarizes the fleeting sensation of the film’s first trailer.
The whole thing gets right down to the mud, focusing on the dirty sides of war, especially with the strong presence of Jon Bernthal (“The Walking Dead”) and Michael Peña (“End of Watch”). In what feels like a movie about sacrifice, the only object standing in between the American soldiers and the success of 300 elite infantry of Nazis is a tank that is operated by five highly skilled soldiers who serve as the only line of offense and defense.
Basically, the movie is centered on the remaining months of World War II in April 1945, where headstrong U.S. Army sergeant in the 2nd Armored Division, Wardaddy, takes command of a Sherman tank named “Fury.” Together with his crew — Boyd Swan (Shia LaBeouf), Trini Garcia (Michael Peña), Grady Davis (Jon Bernthal) and neophyte Norman Ellison — they will carry out a suicidal mission within the territory of the enemy. Completely outnumbered and outgunned, the warriors of the Fury fight the overwhelming likeliness of their heroic attempts to defeat the center of the Nazis.
The notable director David Ayer is famed for his works in “SWAT,” “End of Watch,” “Street Kings,” who also recently directed Arnold Schwarzenegger in “Sabotage” and Jake Gyllenhaal in “End of Watch.”
The film basically shows a promise of action with drama as it depicts the distinctive features of camaraderie. It will show how this group of guys endure over the last days of war and what they will do to ensure their country’s victory.
That’s it for the preview about Brad Pitt’s “Fury.” Check out Movie News Guide (MNG) regularly as we keep you posted about the latest buzz in the entertainment industry.