Fury trailer: it is wartime for Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt's next, Fury, is set around the end of World War II. In its explosive first trailer, Pitt plays an army sergeant named Wardaddy who faces insurmountable odds while leading a crew of five men behind the enemy lines. WATCH TRAILERhollywood Updated: Jun 27, 2014 10:33 IST
"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."
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That is how the trailer of Brad Pitt's next, Fury, opens even as tanks hunker on and gunfire erupts. Pitt plays an army sergeant named Wardaddy and you are sure that by the time this trailer is over, he and his motley crowd of men would have faced many hardships - some of them likely to be fatal.
The setting of the film is 1945 and the Allies are making their way into Germany. As Pitt intonates, "I was killing Germans in Africa, now I am killing them in Germany," the timing of the film is established as the end of World War II.
Pitt and his crew are assigned a deadly task behind enemy lines where there are faced by insurmountable odds. It comes to five of them against 300 German soldiers and instead of fleeing; they choose to fight it out.
Pitt, who has all the best lines in the trailer, says," Ideals are peaceful, history is violent."
The trailer ends with the words, "War never ends quietly", well, neither will this film!
The film has been directed and written by David Ayer and stars -- besides Pitt -- Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal.
The film releases in India on November 14.