Brad Pitt Gives it his all in War Movie Fury

Brad Pitt has given it his all in the David Ayer's war movie Fury. He is a sergeant in the film who takes his team of soldiers into no-man’s land. Watch below the Fury's first ever footage that was debuted at World of Tanks E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo) Panel.

Jun 11 2014, 11:46am CDT | by

Brad Pitt Gives it his all in War Movie Fury
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The brief first footage of Fury has been released online for the pleasurable viewing of so many. It features the golden boy who is the hero and heartthrob of so many. 

Brad Pitt is an army sergeant in the movie who faces the odds against him by going through grueling conditions along with his group of wartime buddies. 

He enters extreme existential situations and conditions with them and forms bonds with them that cannot be erased with the passage of time. 

Already he had appeared in World War Z and shook the world’s audiences with his method acting. Now with this project he is taking on some very brutal fight scenes and action sequences that have consequences to boot. 

The epic movie shows WWII in its savage panoply of horrors. The motif of war being hell comes to life in the movie. 

The Allied Forces are shown making their final assay into enemy territory and defeating the monster that is Adolph Hitler. 

Brad has been given the title Wardaddy in the film. He commands a five men group that has possession of a tank and ventures into a dangerous trap from which it is difficult to extricate themselves. 

The battle is one of nerves and they all need nerves of steel to conquer the enemy’s hard exterior. As Wardaddy finds himself outnumbered and outdone by the opposing forces he decides to test the limits of his ability to destroy the might of the killing machines he is up against. 

The attempt to inflict damage at the core of Nazi territory is something which Brad Pitt and his handful of war buddies do with a sense of duty and sacrifice. 

David Ayer is also the writer of Fury. Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Michael Pena, Jason Isaacs, Scott Eastwood, and Alicia von Rittberg also support the movie. Brad Pitt's Fury is all set to hit theaters on November 14, 2014.

Watch official trailer of the movie below.

Source: Aceshowbiz

 
 
 

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