WATCH: Brad Pitt Goes to War in New ‘Fury’ Trailer

Sony Pictures has released a new trailer for World War II drama “Fury,” starring Brad Pitt as a sergeant named Wardaddy.

“If you think it can’t get worse, it can and it will. The dying’s not done. The killing’s not done. I promised my crew a long time ago I’d keep them alive,” Pitt’s character warns in the explosive preview.

The film, set in April 1945 as the Allies make their final push into the European Theater, follows Pitt’s character as he commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines.

As they attempt to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany, Wardaddy and his men (including a rookie solider played by  Logan Lerman) find themselves outnumbered and pitted against the odds. But even when it comes down to five men against 300, the trailer shows that Wardaddy and his platoon won’t back down without a fight.

Helmed and penned by David Ayer, produced by Ayer, Bill Block, John Lesher and Ethan Smith, and exec produced by Pitt, Sasha Shapiro, Anton Lessine, and Ben Waisbren, the film also stars Shia LaBeouf, Michael Peña and Jon Bernthal.

“Fury” bows Nov. 14.

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  1. Ad says:

    Read the script for this. It doesnt pull,any punches – gritty, gripping, intense. Canr wait to see how it plays out especially the scenes between Brad Pitt and the grossly underrated Logan Lerman whose characters are the emotional heart of the film

  2. Lura Bailey says:

    My Father fought in World War II and I finally asked him what role he played since he seldom spoke of it. I have been reading everything from “The Wild Blue” to “Beyond Band Of Brothers” wanting to hear real stories from the Men that fought. I am overwhelmed and Humbled by their sacrifice and am so happy to see this film come out honoring our Finest Generation of men and women. My Dad is 92 and most of his friends he fought along side are gone but we must never forget the price that was paid fighting in World War II.. Can’t wait to see this film.
    Lura Bailey Canyon Lake, Ca

    • Rosemary R says:

      Lura God Bless your family, my grandparents, great uncles and uncles who fought in the war since Korea, World War Two and Vietnam are all gone! I remembered listening to their stories amongst each other they were so happy and full of life to us we know they gave so much to this country!

  3. jim says:

    “Yeah, it’s a good idea, Homer, but they’ve already made some movies about World War II.” – Drunken Troy McClure

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