Catch The Trailer For The Next Brad Pitt WWII Film, 'Fury'

Finally, someone is making a movie about WWII! Brad Pitt, like so many other men approaching 50, seems to be really getting into World War II. A few years back, he starred in Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds, and now he's taking the lead in the less-ensembly Fury. Fury is written and directed by David Ayer, who has experience with similar heavy fare like Training Day, End of Watch, and Harsh Times so this should fall in his wheelhouse, save for the fact that there are no cops. Nonetheless, Brad Pitt normally has a good eye for projects, and this has all the trappings of a pretty strong film. Take a look at how the greatest generation lived.

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Because the words are similar. And because it's funny. Fury, the Brad Pitt war movie featuring lots and lots of tanks, isn't supposed to be cute. It's, by most accounts, graphic, gory, and traumatic. In an effort to counterbalance that with something fun to watch, Jimmy Kimmel and his minions took to inserting a few Furbys in the mix, giving us a lighter film. Only these Furbys are creeping the hell out of me. I was never in on the Furby craze. Did they always have dead, glowing eyes? Cause...yuck. Kill them, Brad Pitt. A nation thanks you for your service.


Brad Pitt Wants His Son To Hit Him As Hard As He Can

No wonder Sean Penn turned out so messed up. The marketing wizards behind Terrence Malick's Tree of Life (premiering soon at Cannes) certainly know how to build buzz. Step one: Make a movie that is in all likelihood a cinematic masterpiece. Step two: Take a really long time to do so. Step three: Release images from the movie that contain dinosaurs. Step four: Release a clip of Brad Pitt getting his "Boy Fights" on. As you may have guessed, this clip pertains to step four. It's a good clip, although it lacks the visual resplendosity (my word) of the trailer - it's basically just a disturbingly realistic depiction of a borderline-abusive father played by Brad Pitt bullying his son, who presumably grows up to be Sean Penn. Or maybe he grows up to be Terrence Malick? (Huffington Post)


The World Is Fire And Blood In 'Mad Max: Fury Road' International Trailer

This film will be rated R "for intense scenes of things that have to happen in 'Mad Max' movies." As if there would be any other way to make a Mad Max movie, Mad Max: Fury Road has just officially received an R-rating for "intense sequences of violence throughout, and for disturbing images." You say "disturbing," I say "incredibly awesome." Have a look at the international trailer. It can only be described as mayhem. Finally a movie that pits post-apocalypse warriors against insane cannibals and has them fight to the death on speeding, blade-adorned vehicles inside of a tornado from the director of Happy Feet. (via JoBlo)


Pitt Out To Prove There Can Be Math, And Crying, In Baseball

Things get emotional in the 'Moneyball' trailer. Sony has dropped the trailer for Bennett Miller's Moneyball. Based on the book by Michael Lewis, Brad Pitt plays Billy Beane, who, with the help on Paul De Podesta (Jonah Hill), used fancy mathematics to help the Oakland A's not suck. Philip Seymour Hoffman makes an appearance in the trailer as A's coach Art Howe, but he doesn't say a damn thing. Was Art Howe a mute, or did he just employ a controversial coaching method? The film looks like it has all the makings of a sports underdog story. There is laughter, tears, guys being chummy, chairs being thrown, and a slow-motion home run hit. Pitt handles all of these things well, except the homer. He leaves that to the guys with less attractive features.


This 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Trailer Should Hit All The Right Notes

Life looks kinda difficult for these guys. We got a December trailer, and then an international trailer two weeks ago, and now we're getting the first theatrical trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road. It seems to check all the boxes of what fans would want out of Mad Max sequel. In addition to staying very true to the originals in terms of production design, it also features some very hot women (Charlize Theron, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and even an actual Australian! (Tom Hardy) The film is going with a hard R for violence and whatnot, so you can expect the film to be as gruesome as its source material would suggest. Beyond that, maybe you should just scope out the trailer and see if this particular brand of film is right for someone like you. If so, you can catch it in theaters on May 15th. (Collider)


'World War Z' Official Trailer Will (Metaphorically) Eat Your Brains

Spoiler: It's not like the book. Diehard fans of World War Z (the book) got all up in arms when they found that the "oral history" aspect of the book was being forsaken because it would have cost a metric shitload of money to produce twenty-odd vignettes around the world. It understandable that a movie studio would diminish the breadth of scope of the novel and focus it a little more for the purposes of narrative and cost. However, this trailer shows that the film became more or less the story of Brad Pitt's character and his family, and looks sort of like Outbreak meets Independence Day. It's a departure, and seems to nullify what made the book so special, but the film still looks good, though in a much more conventional way. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, read the book. It's terrific, and is an amazing narrative and story, regardless of whether or not you give a damn about zombies.


‘The Family Guy: It’s a Trap!’ Spoofs ‘Return of the Jedi’ (Trailer)

The final chapter in the ongoing "Family Guy" spoof of the original Star Wars Trilogy is finally here. "It's a Trap" parodies Return of the Jedi, the third installment of the original films. The final chapter in the ongoing"Family Guy" spoof of the original Star Wars Trilogy is finally here. "It's a Trap" parodies Return of the Jedi, the third installment of the original films. Han (Peter), Luke (Chris) and all your old favorites are back, as well as some new faces including Jabba the Hut (Joe), the Sarlacc Pit (Meg) and Osama bin Laden. Aside from the regular "Family Guy" characters, the spoof also features a whole host of characters from"The Cleveland Show" and "American Dad." If that's not enough to pique your interest, there are cannibalistic Ewoks. If you like the trailer above, click here for a slightly different version that is supposedly more vulgar. I honestly couldn't tell the difference. (Collider)