Brad Pitt stars in David Ayer's World War II drama Fury
Brad Pitt stars in David Ayer's World War II drama Fury

Brad Pitt's WWII drama 'Fury' releases new trailer

BRAD Pitt's upcoming World War II drama Fury has been given its second international trailer ahead of its release this autumn.

The hotly-awaited movie from David Ayer will close this year's London Film Festival. It sees Pitt in the lead as commander 'Wardaddy', whose five-man team come under threat when they are caught behind enemy lines as the Allies make their final push in April 1945.

"I started this war killing Germans in Africa. Now I'm killing Germans in Germany. I promised my crew a long time ago that I'd keep them alive," the battle-hardened Wardaddy pledges in the new teaser clip.

Logan Lerman plays fledgling soldier Norman Ellison, while Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal also star.

"He kills you or you kill him," Wardaddy tells a terrified Norman. "I need you to perform. Don't get too close to anyone."

 

 

Due to hit UK cinemas on 22 October, Fury promises plenty of fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat action as "courage is born" amid the explosive horror of war at the heart of Nazi Germany.

Ayer has told fans to expect "a movie about World War II, the likes of which we haven't seen before".

Elsewhere, Pitt will soon start work in Malta on his wife Angelina Jolie's third film By The Sea - the first movie they have starred in together since meeting on the set of 2005's action romcom Mr and Mrs Smith.

The couple married in a secret French wedding last month after almost a decade together.


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