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Brad Pitt goes to war in first trailer to Fury

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Brad Pitt has found himself yet again in World War II. While some may think a sequel to Inglorious Bastards, the star finds himself in a different kind of war movie. Coming this fall is Fury: a movie written and directed by David Ayer. Fury tells the story of a tank patrol who go from one place to another fighting against Nazi forces. Things change for the patrol when a assistant driver is enlisted in there group and sees the horror of war for the first time. Along with Brad Pitt, the movie features a number of stars such as Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Michael Penza, Scott Eastwood and Jon Bernthal. To get an idea of this film is about, Sony Picture has released the first trailer for Fury.

The trailer throws viewers right in the thick of things showing off the movie's tense atmosphere. The preview features Brad Pitt in the forefront at the beginning, which works as means to understand where his (and his groups) character have come from. However this changes when Logan Lerman's character is introduced in the preview. It shows his start into the war and how the events of the film will shape his character. While showcasing all the fury's crew, the previews shows that hard time lay ahead for these soldiers and the film will be full of battle sequences and tank on tank action.

Anyone expecting Fury to be like Inglorious Bastards will be greatly disappointed. Nevertheless, this trailers shows off a war drama and that could be as intense as it could be suspenseful. Perhaps this could be a war film that moviegoers may not want to miss out on. We will just have to see.

What do you think of the trailer? Express your thoughts on this first preview in the comments below. Fury hits theaters on November 14th.

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