Fury Trailer

Jun 30, 2014

Category: Entertainment

Quick, think of all the great tank scenes in movie history. Not much springing to the dome, is there? That means there’s a legitimate opening to fill for Fury, the upcoming World War II drama starring Brad Pitt.

The film’s newly released trailer features Pitt as a sergeant named Wardaddy who’s leading a measly five-man crew of Allies into German territory. A rookie solider (Logan Lerman) behind the wheel of the Sherman tank further intensifies the danger, as the climax looks to be a massively mismatched confrontation between the small band of brothers and a few hundred Nazis. Big explosions, gritty gut checks, and Shia LaBeouf with a mustache—you in? Written and directed by David Ayer (End of Watch), Fury gets its marching orders November 14.

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