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Brad Pitt Gets Intense with Shia LaBeouf & Logan Lerman in 'Fury' Trailer - Watch Now!

Brad Pitt Gets Intense with Shia LaBeouf & Logan Lerman in 'Fury' Trailer - Watch Now!

Brad Pitt gets ready for war in the just released official trailer for his upcoming film Fury!

The 50-year-old actor stars in the World War II film alongside an all star cast including Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Scott Eastwood, Jon Bernthal, Michael Peña and more.

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Synopsis of the film: April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and out-gunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.

Make sure to catch Fury when it hits theaters on November 14!


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  • Love the JoliePitts

    Good early morning to all the wonderful JoliePitt fans. Poppa Pitt is HOT!!
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    Blessings to him and his gorgeous family. Hope they are all back together now.

  • Love the JoliePitts

    Thanks for the video Jared….Brad is, as always, an Amazing actor.

  • fyi

    lots of fury footage
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    http://bradpittonline.tumblr.com/

  • fyi
  • awards daily

    Looks like a cheap knockoff of BAND OF BROTHERS, but maybe Academy will circle jerk it?
    Hmm, that could go either way… it could be riveting stuff, but I’m not sure I like the dialogue. Some of it sounded like someone watched Malick’s Thin Red Line a few too many times…
    Meh. David Ayer is really not a sharp writer. Those dialogues.. ugh
    Love the poster! That trailer tho…

  • anustin

    Whoa! Poppa Pitt .

  • Love it

    Looks great, exciting and dramatic.
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    More great days for the J-P’s, hope Angelina is now back from Japan and she and her gorgeous Brad and lovely kids are having fun together.

  • fyi

    MOVIE NEWS
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    The Fury Trailer Is Scary, Chaotic And Really Good
    By Mack Rawden 2014-06-25 00:59:04
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    We’ve seen Brad Pitt kill Nazis before thanks to Quentin Tarantino’s badass, unusually spelled Inglourious Basterds. Now, we’re gonna get that chance again thanks to David Ayer’s Fury, though if the above trailer is any indication, this new film will be a whole lot different than QT’s stylistic, over the top masterpiece that could have won Best Picture.
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    This film follows Brad Pitt’s character, Wardaddy, as he leads a hardened tank crew, plus one newbie, on a secret mission to go behind enemy lines. The action looks to be chaotic and tense, but don’t expect a long series of adrenaline-fueled battles. They’ll definitely come, but as per this brand new footage, there will be a whole lot of drama, philosophizing and overwhelmed, resolute Brad Pitt faces too…
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    Even when he’s beaten down and frustrated, that man is more handsome than anyone you know. Plus, he’s got every right to be making that face. Telling naive, optimistic kids to run people over on a battlefield is miserable, emotionally crippling work. It takes a sociopath to handle that with complete calm.
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    As Oscar bait goes, this trailer doesn’t seem like a slam dunk. The pacing is a little off, and there aren’t a ton of obvious emotional peaks. You never should count out Brad Pitt, though. He’s got a way of elevating the material he’s working with, and despite his weirdness, Shia LaBeouf is an actor capable of great moments too. Throw in Michael Pena, the dude who played Shane on The Walking Dead and Logan Lerman, who is better than people give him credit for, and this movie could make some real noise.
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    Fury takes place in 1945, just as War II is winding down They’re trying to sneak behind enemy lines. Perhaps more importantly, they’re also trying to keep on keeping on in the face of exhaustion and stress. Fortunately for audiences, they’re still capable of kicking ass and bonding, however, and the final cut should be a pretty solid balance between action and drama. Fury stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena, Jason Isaacs, Jon Bernthal and Scott Eastwood. It’ll hit theaters in
    November. You’re going to want to see it.
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    http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Fury-Trailer-Scary-Chaotic-Really-Good-43603.html

  • TANKS!

    TANKS! Looks awesome- must see.

  • fyi

    Brad Pitt’s ‘Make It Right’ Organization to Build Sustainable Homes for Native American Tribes in Montana
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    Brad Pitt’s “Make it Right” Organization – a non-profit company founded by the “Moneyball” actor – recently revealed that it will be building sustainable, LEED Platinum certified homes for the Native American tribes in Fort Peck, Montana.
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    At last week’s “Dwell on Design” exhibition, “Make it Right” revealed plans of 20, high quality sustainable buildings adding that it will be collaborating with the Sioux and Assiniboine tribes of Fort Peck to work on the project.
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    The development plans on providing homes to about 600 Native Americans who are in need of housing. Currently, families are cramming in two-bedroom homes and overcrowding has become a major problem.
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    “Make It Right” kicked off the project in 2013 with architects and builders discussing projects with community members. The one-to-one communication helped the architects develop homes that cater to all their needs and save maximum energy as well.
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    The homes will have three to 4 bedrooms and two to three bathroom. They will completely be solar-powered and will “be available to tribe members whose income levels are at or below 60% of the Area Median Income,” according to the official website.

    A certain percentage of the homes will be dedicated for veterans and the disabled and elder community of the tribes. The homes will be available on a Rent-to-Own basis, where ownership will be transferred to the occupants after 15 years of leasing the house. Home owners also get to choose from an array of designs provided by the architects, reports Gizmodo.
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    GRAFT, Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative, Architecture for Humanity, Method Homes and Living Homes are the designing architects.
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    “Make It Right” believes that the best and most creative design solutions begin with an open exchange of ideas between designers and community stakeholders. Our design team is shaping a sustainable housing vision for Fort Peck and a model that can be replicated in tribal communities across the country,” said Tim Duggan, Innovations Director for “Make It Right”, to ArchDaily.
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    “Make It Right” was launched in 2007 and rose to fame after it announced its building project for the victims of hurricane “Katrina”. The organization recently celebrated a major milestone – building its 100th house – and held a gala in New Orleans to commemorate the occasion. However, the organization has been harangued for its expensive building methods and architectural madness earlier.
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    But, since the architect designed these homes only after consulting the community, this should silence the critics.
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    http://www.realtytoday.com/articles/6000/20140624/brad-pitt-s-make-right-organization-build-sustainable-homes-native.htm

  • Sherry

    Whoa Mr Pitt love your sexay drawl and you look foine gotta see this!!! Gooood morning to all the JP fans Have a wonderful day :)

  • fyi

    China Box Office: ‘Godzilla’ Rules, ‘Maleficent’ Opens Strong in Massive Week for Hollywood
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    “Maleficent” took in a healthy $22 million, but some observers are wondering whether Angelina Jolie’s recent comment regarding the political sovereignty of Taiwan might have kept some mainland Chinese viewers away.
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    As expected, June is turning out to be a mighty month for Hollywood in China, with four U.S. movies dominating the box office in the week to June 22.
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    However, there was also a sense of expectation, with Transformers: Age of Extinction due to open on June 27 and reckoned to lay waste to all rivals like a Decepticon with a fresh battery charge, possibly even challenging Avatar’s $221.9 million box-office record here.
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    For the time being, a different monster prevails. Warner Bros’ and Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla continued to boss the box office in China, taking $31.77 million in its first full week in the country, according to data from the research group Entgroup, with the Gareth Edwards-directed movie posting a cume of $69.07 million from 241,105 screenings and 5.2 million admissions.
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    Angelina Jolie’s visit to Shanghai with Brad Pitt and family reaped dividends, with Maleficent taking in $22.01 million its first three days, clocking up 100,540 screenings and 3.64 million admissions.
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    Although difficult to quantify, some are questioning whether the film might have performed even better at the box office had Jolie not identified director Ang Lee as being from “self-ruled Taiwan” in comments made while in China.
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    Her statement was entirely accurate — Taiwan has been self-ruled since the Nationalists fled there in 1949 after the Communists defeated them in the civil war. But it’s a sensitive issue that easily raises the hackles of mainland Chinese webizens, who see the island across the strait as a renegade province, to be taken back by force if necessary. Negative buzz on social media is known to exert a powerful influence on Chinese consumers.
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    But apart from the fleeting political episode, Jolie thoroughly charmed Shanghai during her visit, sharing her birthday cake with a crowd and making several glittering media presentations, while husband Brad Pitt took the kids for lessons in making dim sum.
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    Maleficent’s opening compares favorably to, say, the opening for the rebooted RoboCop, which took in $21.44 million back in March, or the $24.67 million that Edge of Tomorrow earned, but it is a lot less than the $37 million of Godzilla’s opening.
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    Tom Cruise’s took third place over the past week, with $11.29 million, to bring its cume after 17 days to $61.95 million.
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    Behind that was Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, adding another $2.09 million to its cume for a total of $116.49 million. The latest X-Men can still claim the biggest Hollywood opening of the year with $39.35 million, just ahead of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which took in $39.23 million in its first three days.
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    Grace of Monaco, which was launched by Nicole Kidman at the Shanghai International Film Festival, took in $2.02 million in its opening three days. It had 32,520 screenings, and 380,220 admissions.
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    Hong Kong crime thriller Overheard 3 was behind that, taking in $1,82 million to bring its cume to $49.29 million, while the domestic horror movie Midnight Hair added $1.04 million to give a cume of $1.89 million in its first full week.
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    In eighth place was the local romantic comedy Night of Adventure, which took in another $610,000 to bring its cume to $4.24 million, followed by the thriller Night Mail, which took in $520,000 in its opening weekend.
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    The Til Schweiger thriller The Guardians took in $460,000 in its first full week for a cume of $940,000.
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    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/china-box-office-godzilla-rules-714425

  • Sherry

    I guess I should call him a ‘seaseoned’ Mr Pitt lol can’t wait too see this

  • fyi

    Maleficent passed Mr. and Mrs Smith ($186.3M) yesterday to become Angelina’s biggest domestic live-action film. It became her biggest worldwide live action film over the weekend.
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    BoxOffice @boxoffice

    MALEFICENT took in $1.75M on Monday. Domestic total now stands at $187.63M. #Maleficent
    9:17 PM – 24 Jun 2014

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    Maleficent placed in fourth with $1.75 million. Disney’s 3D fantasy blockbuster starring Angelina Jolie was down 52 percent from Sunday and down a very healthy 23 percent from last Monday. Thanks in part to continued strong holding power, Maleficent has grossed $187.63 million in 25 days and is now just $12.37 million away from reaching the $200 million domestic milestone.

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    via fussyeye

  • fyi

    Angelina Jolie On Future Film Roles: ‘I Will Be Doing Much Less’
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    Earlier this summer, Angelina Jolie revealed that she is in talks to portray Cleopatra in an upcoming film, and hinted that the role is so good that it would be a worthy final chapter to her acting career. “It’s one of those [roles] that you think, maybe that’s the one you put everything into and that’s where you end it, that’s where you finish – in a great way! What could you do beyond that one?” she said.
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    At a press conference in Tokyo to promote the release of Maleficent (which, now that it’s made over $500 million worldwide, doesn’t exactly cry out to be promoted), Jolie clarified her remarks, saying that while she doesn’t intend to retire from acting just yet, she is going to be far more selective in her choice of movie roles from here on out.
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    “I’m going to focus more on writing, directing and my humanitarian work,” she said. “So, I will do less films and hopefully that will also make it possible to be very selective and just do a few that I think are the ones I feel like really compelled to do and not focused on doing films for any reason of the career, but just as an artist. But I will be doing much less.”
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    Those who have been observing Jolie’s career closely should be unfazed by this announcement. In recent years, Jolie hasn’t exactly been the world’s most prolific actress (Maleficent was her first movie since 2010′s The Tourist) and has been far more visible as a director and humanitarian (Jolie recently finished directing Unbroken, a WWII saga that hits theatres in December, and hosted an international summit to end sexual violence in war zones).

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    http://www.etcanada.com/blogs/etc_101793/angelina-jolie-on-future-film-roles-i-will-be-doing-much-less/film/

  • fyi

    Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch to film The Lost City of Z in Belfast
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    Brad Pitt’s Plan B film company will retell the story of a British explorer lost in the Amazon and will film it in erm… Northern Ireland
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    Can Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch solve the mystery of explorer Percy Fawcett, who strangely went missing in the Amazon in 1925? We will soon find out…
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    The Immigrant director James Gray will begin filming The Lost City of Z in not so sunny Belfast early next year. Twilight actor Robert Pattinson will also star in the movie, based on the novel by American writer David Grann.
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    Belfast isn’t the first location that comes to mind when trying to find a jungle setting, however, the Amazon scenes won’t actually be taking place in Northern Ireland, but the film’s London scenes will.
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    Instead, the sweaty jungle backdrop will be shot in Columbia this September, and then move onto Northern Ireland in January.
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    “The Lost City of Z is almost set on two different planets – the jungle and Victorian England,” explained director Gray to the Belfast Telegraph.
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    It’s thought that around 100 people never made it out of the Amazon while searching for Fawcett or retracing his footsteps attempting to find the ancient civilisation he was looking for. The Lost City of Z will ask:
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    “What does it mean to be a civilized person?” said Gray.
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    “What is progress? Is progress just economic growth? Or is it understanding what’s around us? Is it growth of emotional intelligence or GDP growth?
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    “How do we contemplate new and old ideas of humanity?”
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    Belfast is fast becoming the Hollywood of Europe, Ridley Scott’s Halo is currently shooting in the city, Northern Ireland doubles for Game of Thrones’ Westeros, and 2013 Gillian Anderson drama The Fall was also shot in the streets of Belfast.
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    The Lost City of Z will be released in 2015.
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    http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2014-06-25/sherlock-star-benedict-cumberbatch-to-film-the-lost-city-of-z-in-belfast#.U6qdmJH-I8U.twitter

  • fyi

    Impressive First Trailer & Poster for David Ayer’s Fury with Brad Pitt
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    June 25, 2014 By Kenji Lloyd
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    fury-shia-labeouf-logan-lerman-brad-pitt-michael-pena-jon-bernthalLong pegged as one of the biggest Oscar contenders of the year, David Ayer’s Fury has been poised for greatness since the word go.
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    The writer-director was coming off strong praise for his work on End of Watch, and when he started assembling the cast, things started to look very good, very quickly.
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    Sony recently shared the first footage from the film at E3, and though everyone was impressed by what they saw, it was naturally lacking a consistent tone as it was just a featurettte. Now we have a better idea of what we’ve got to look forward to, and it certainly cements the hope for Sony that they’ll be heading to the Oscars here early next year.
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    April, 1945. A battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Wardaddy and his men face odds in their attempts to strike at Nazi Germany.
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    Brad Pitt leads the cast as the hardened sergeant, Wardaddy, starring alongside Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Michael Peña, Jason Isaacs, and Scott Eastwood.
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    Ayer is once more directing from his own script.
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    Fury will be released in the UK on 24th October, with its US release date following in Oscar primetime on November 14th.

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    http://www.heyuguys.com/fury-trailer/

  • chanel

    @ Peter
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    Any box office #’s for Maleficent yesterday?
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    Thanks!

  • ndn

    Good morning JP fans!!!!
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    Wowza….what a trailer…and Brad is intense in the role of Wardaddy…that voice and that body….circle me in comes November..lol
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    Thanks Fyi for the updates…
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    Angie and the kids should be home by now…I guess it will be a dry spell for us now that Maleficent promotion is over…Hope the family have a well deserved vacation…
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    Have a nice day everyone!!!!

  • bap

    Love You Dame Angelina Jolie!

  • mmull5

    @awards daily: That’s what I’m saying and at least BOB is based on actual war heroes.

  • busted

    @chanel:

    Maleficent numbers for Tuesday 2,3 Million

  • valis202

    @busted:
    Maleficent numbers for Tuesday 2,3 Million
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    Maleficent is holding up so well. it should easily make 200m domestic this weekend

  • valis202

    LOL. This is probably a typo but Boxoffice.com currently has Maleficents WW BO numbers as:

    Opening Weekend: $69,431,298 | Total Domestic Gross: $187,628,178 | Worldwide Gross: $709,228,178 | Total Budget*: $235,000,000

  • http://yahoo.com Ako si Gladys

    Thank you for bringing over the articles FYI. Much appreciated… Not a fan of war movies but I ‘ll definitely watch this…
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    Maleficent is really doing great….. :D
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    I wonder when are they going to start filming their new movie together…..

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    Good day everyone!!!
    T

  • chanel

    Thank you:-) @Busted

  • hilarious

    girly actors pretending to be macho

  • awwwww

    Brad looks so hot. The trailer looks awesome.

  • Wh0redaddy

    …sips cheap Rose in his spare time,,,,, pretending to be a farmer

  • wow

    How is Brad’s body still so fit at age 50? damn. I envy Angie.

  • fyi

    Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch to film The Lost City of Z in Belfast

    Brad Pitt’s Plan B film company will retell the story of a British explorer lost in the Amazon and will film it in erm… Northern Ireland
    http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2014-06-25/sherlock-star-benedict-cumberbatch-to-film-the-lost-city-of-z-in-belfast

  • just sayin

    I remember Brad visited Angie in Australia, they went on boating and Brad took his shirt off, even from blurry pics, his body looked ripped.

  • tweet

    Ashley ‏@AshwiseGamgeee now

    Fury looks top, Brad Pitt is the man

  • heehee

    so a real life Hollywood P-whipped fruit who was frightened by a looney fan, sending him into a little tizzy, plays hardened Thargeant
    (deep voice) Wardaddy the Tank Commander…OHH kayyyyy

  • seriously

    Brad Pitt has the most impressive filmography than any his rival.

  • really?

    really? Thanks for this post. This deserves to be repost.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    valis202 @ 06/25/2014 at 5:31 am
    Really interesting article about the symbolism of Maleficent. I really love that this movie has taken on a wider cultural significance.
    ———————————————————————————————-
    Part 1
    Why Maleficent is the Rape Revenge Film That We Need
    Not since I Spit on Your Grave have I seen such an intrepid and compelling rape-revenge film.
    I am talking, of course, about Disney’s Maleficent, the latest in a long line of revisionist fairy-tale epics to hit theaters in the last few years, though this might be the first one that I actually found personally inspiring. And it goes further in its exploration of sexual assault than any mainstream fantasy film might dare.
    Maleficent presents the “untold” backstory of Disney’s classic Sleeping Beauty villain, portraying the dark fairy in her youth as a winged protector of a colorful, enchanted forest kingdom inhabited by a number of magical creatures. She is fierce and loyal to her homeland, relying on her magnificent wings not only as weapons for defense against invading armies, but as boons to surveil her personal paradise. They aren’t just instruments: they are a part of who she is and how she lives.
    In a pivotal moment early in the film, Maleficent is raped. The rape is not via a sex act, though to be fair, rape is never about sex at all: it’s about power. And power, in this case, will literally be bestowed on anyone in the neighboring kingdom who can provide the crown with Maleficent’s corpse. After years of silence, her long-lost human love Stefan (Sharlto Copley) returns to her and they share the twilight together in the glow of wistful reunion. Maleficent suddenly slips into sleep; your stomach drops as you realize Stefan has drugged her drink. Your heart stops when you understand he intends to sever her wings.
    Many commenters have debated whether this film is about rape at all and whether that subject matter, even veiled, is appropriate for young audiences. Others have reminded us that the filmmakers are putting the subtext of the original story back where it belongs.
    Instead of shying away from the connection, Angelina Jolie has thankfully seized the opportunity to be honest about her intent: “We were very conscious, the writer [Linda Woolverton] and I, that it was a metaphor for rape,” Jolie said in an interview with BBC Woman’s Hour. The actress, an advocate for women’s issues around the world, recently spoke at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, commenting on the struggles of rape survivors in countries torn apart by war. Jolie knew what she was doing with this role: she was shining a light on the diverse emotional difficulties of women who are attacked, injured, and humiliated when they are most vulnerable.
    But this is no Lifetime movie-of-the-week. Beautifully, it embraces its own darkness. Too often, rape on screen is at best denied and at worst, made to seem arousing. Stefan doesn’t wrestle with Maleficent or “take her by force,” the typical image we’ve come to associate with rape. (He may exploit her body, but the camera does not.) Nor does she change her mind in the middle, or consent and then regret it later. She is unconscious. Period. And when Maleficent awakes, Stefan gone and with him something so deeply ingrained in her identity, she cries out in physical and emotional agony for nearly a minute. It is brutal to witness.
    But it is important to watch her pain, to see her suffering and how it manifests into the blackness she shrouds around her kingdom and her own body. She doesn’t cower, but instead chooses rage. Maleficent is not ashamed; she’s ready to inflict pain. Real-life survivors have many ways of coping with sexual assault, but there is something deeply gratifying about seeing a movie star, larger-than-life on the big screen, don a decadent black cape to confront the man who has stripped her of a piece of herself and simply f*** his **** up. It’s commonly brought up in feminist discourse that women are socialized to modulate our personalities to appear “pleasant” or “nice” and certainly undemanding. When Maleficent walks in her own anger, it is powerful to behold.
    What makes this film truly audacious, however, is not its portrayal of Maleficent’s wrath or cynicism, but how it pushes the rape symbolism to include an aspect of sexual assault that is often ignored, denied, or papered over: pregnancy. Maleficent does not physically give birth to Aurora/Sleeping Beauty, but the girl is still a child of rape. When Stefan slices off our heroine’s wings and presents them to his king, he is given the hand of the royal princess and secures his place as next in line for the throne. Without Maleficent’s wings, he never would have been able to marry the royal woman. There is no Aurora had her father not violated the woman he claimed to love. There is no Aurora without Maleficent.

  • really?

    Part 2
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    When Maleficent barges into the infant’s christening and curses her to eternal sleep upon the prick of her finger, she has no intention of true love’s kiss returning the girl to consciousness; she doesn’t believe in true love now that the illusion has hurt her. Yet she remains drawn to the child, even after three squabbling pixies whisk Aurora away to the woods for her own safety. Maleficent is fueled by her hatred, calling her “beastie.” She is fearful of her, disgusted by her. But even against her own rational judgment, she slowly begins to protect the child as she watches her from afar, using her magic to keep the curious little girl from harm. The audience begins to understand this is not just a story about revenge, but about the complicated mother-child relationship that can arise from violence.
    Later, Aurora finds her “fairy godmother” and Maleficent is entranced by her metaphorical daughter and consumed by the guilt of cursing her all those year ago. It would be easy to dismiss the film as sentimental by the time Maleficent discovers that only she can provide the “true love’s kiss” of her own doing, even politically conservative for seemingly suggesting the birth of a child from rape could be rewarding. But that would be diminishing the beauty and power of that moment and of this rare mother-daughter action film.
    I loved Maleficent because we need images of women’s sexual trauma and anger, not for the sake of fetishism or torture porn or sexual thrill, but to show that there is just as much pain in “invisible” violence as there is in the assault narrative we normally see portrayed. We need them to fuel activism and to strengthen the voices of those who are hesitant to reveal their experiences. Maleficent is loud and proud and making hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office. Frozen, ostensibly about the dangers of suppressing your feelings and personality for the sake of others, is now the fifth highest grossing film of all time. These movies are making money. People are responding.
    blogs.indiewire.com/womenandhollywood/why-maleficent-is-the-rape-revenge-film-that-we-need

  • Cassi

    The trailer looks great. Fury should be at Telluride film festival and TIFF.

  • http://yahoo.com Bella

    Name changing trolls here we are again!!!! Bwahahahahaha

  • lucy

    What normal woman would not pay to see Angie’s man without a shirt. Fifty years old and has a body like that, puts every other actor under 50 to shame. The film itself looks like a good dramatic film, I’m certainly going to go see it in November. Can’t wait till promotions, and they ask Brad what Angie thought about his “topless” scene. lol

  • Observer2

    @heehee:

    Yeah and that man was charged with assault and battery by the D.A., not Brad. Brad was laughing about it. The D.A. saw the man’s behavior was escalating, so did the judge and ordered the man to get psychiatric counseling.

    But, it’s OK to let the nutter’s behavior escalate. It was horrific what he did to Anna F. at Cannes.

    I guess, you’re OK with that too?

    What happens if this man, actually, physically harms someone, is that when you’ll go, he’s got a problem?

    Or do you go around lunging at perfect strangers on looking up women’s dresses without their permission?

  • Finn Desky

    So many movies have this same color scheme – what is up with Hollywood’s obsession with gray/blue movies?????

  • Lily

    Brad hasn’t been shirtless in movies for a while, I missed seeing his body. What a great body he has. I can’t wait to see the movie. The movie also looks pretty good.

  • fyi

    http://www.indiewire.com/article/watch-brad-pitt-is-a-nazi-killer-again-in-first-trailer-for-oscar-hopeful-fury-20140625

    Watch: Brad Pitt is a Nazi Killer (Again) in First Trailer for Oscar Hopeful ‘Fury’

    Brad Pitt already played a Nazi killer, albeit a goofy one, in Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds.” Now, the famed actor once again finds himself battling soldiers of the 3rd Reich in David Ayer’s much-anticipated World War II film “Fury.”

    Ayer, who directed and wrote the vastly underrated “End of Watch,” brings us a film about a small, outnumbered team of American soldiers who attempt to penetrate enemy lines at the close of World War II. In addition to Pitt, the film stars Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman and Michael Peña.

    The trailer looks promising, showcasing much of the violence and tension that gives the film its name. It also helps that the cast, particularly Pitt and Lerman, seem to be at the top of their game.

    “Fury” will be released in theaters on November 14, 2014.

  • CK

    Brad is still the sexiest man alive.

  • tweet

    MananDatta (-_• ‏@MananDatta07 now

    Brad Pitt + War Film = Breathtaking! #FirstLook #Fury http://fb.me/2YJLrcGdB

  • holy moly

    I pause at Brad’s topless scene ans star at his body.

  • holy moly

    damn, i am so distracted by Brad’s body, I can’t type. should be “I pause at Brad’s topless scene and stare at his body.”

  • Saffron

    I wonder if there’s ever been a thread that didn’t include a loser troll desperately seeking acknowledgement. It would be a nice experience.

  • fyi

    http://www.usmagazine.com/entertainment/news/brad-pitt-stars-in-fury-trailer-with-shia-labeouf-michael-pena-watch-2014256
    Brad Pitt Leads Tank Platoon in WWII Movie Fury: Watch the Trailer

    Tank you! The official trailer for Brad Pitt’s upcoming World War II movie, Fury, dropped Tuesday, June 24, in which the A-list actor delivered the premise of the entire film in one line.

    “It will end, soon. But before it does, a lot more people have got to die,” says Pitt, 50, who plays a sergeant named Wardaddy in the flick. Pitt’s platoon includes Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena, Jon Bernthal, Scott Eastwood, and Logan Lerman.
    The group shot Fury in London in 2013, while Pitt’s longtime love Angelina Jolie simultaneously directed another WWII drama, Unbroken, in Australia. Fury takes place in April 1945, at the tail end of World War II as the Allies push their way into true enemy territory, Nazi Germany. Wardaddy, hardened by his experience with war, leads his five-man crew on the deadly mission.

    David Ayer, who directed and wrote the screenplay of Fury, spoke to Us Weekly in March about working alongside the seasoned actor on the flick. “It was fantastic to work with him,” Ayer, 46, told Us of Pitt.

    Ayer has worked with numerous Hollywood veterans over the years including Denzel Washington in Training Day (2001), Christian Bale in Harsh Times (2006), and Kurt Russell in Dark Blue (2003). “The guy is just a professional, 100 percent through and through.” Ayer continued. “Amazing actor, the guy’s a machine.”

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