Brad Pitt on First Teaser Poster for David Ayer's Tank Movie 'Fury'

June 24, 2014
Source: The Film Stage

Brad Pitt Fury

War Never Ends Quietly. Oh man I'm looking forward to this so much. A new poster has debuted for David Ayer's WWII tank movie Fury, starring Brad Pitt as well as Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Scott Eastwood, Jon Bernthal, Xavier Samuel and Michael Peña. However, it is only Brad Pitt who shows up on this poster, slouched over the turret of his tank. Hopefully this means we'll see a character poster for each of these guys, but aside from that, I really like this poster. It's simple, but has a gritty edge to it, and evokes the sadness and fatigue of war. Early footage for this looks awesome, one of my most anticipated fall films. In full below.

Here's the new poster for David Ayer's Fury featuring just Brad Pitt, first found via The Film Stage:

David Ayer's Fury - Brad Pitt

Written & directed by David Ayer (Street Kings, End of Watch), Fury follows a crew of Americans who embark on a brave mission. As the Allies make their final push, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany. Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena, Jon Bernthal and Jason Isaacs star in the film which Columbia Pictures has set for release November 14th later this fall.

Watch the first full trailer for David Ayer's Fury right here. "Ideals are peaceful… History is violent."

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Oooh I like it.

Xerxexx on Jun 24, 2014


I think it looks great. But I can already see the "Sad Brad Pitt" memes approaching.

Aj Meadows on Jun 24, 2014


"sad brad" does have a nice ring to it

Matt Stuertz on Jun 24, 2014


I know you can make that happen...

Aj Meadows on Jun 24, 2014


Bratt Pidd does too

digifruitella on Jun 24, 2014


Great cast, sounds like I'm in.

mooreworthy on Jun 24, 2014


Whaaaaaat! Nobody else here notice that he's sporting a VERY 'of the moment' haircut in a WII movie ?!! Gtfo.

jellman on Jun 24, 2014


The hairstyle is the undercut and was used during WWII, mostly by the Germans rather than the Americans.

kitty cat on Jun 24, 2014


the filmmakers done a lot more researches before choosing their styles.

Quynh Truong on Jun 24, 2014


what the fuck are you talking about. Have you even taken a history class? "of the moment" haircut? What do you call this or this

digifruitella on Jun 24, 2014


Gosh it feel like this movie came together quickly! Ayer's work is always great. I am a fan of all his work.

DAVIDPD on Jun 24, 2014


It's a Nazi haircut.

Me You on Jun 24, 2014


Might be worth mentioning, since Pitt is already the only one featured, that this is possibly LaBeouf's final acting role.

OfficialJab on Jun 24, 2014


love wwII films, but this whole notion of a single Sherman taking on the german army - and specifically the more powerful and better armored tigers and panthers is a little ridiculous.....I imagine Hollywood is taking a BUNCH of liberties with this one.

dan on Jun 24, 2014


You do realize that contrary to popular myth a sherman 76mm could punch through a tiger. The fighting range in it was just lower than that of a tiger. Though why do you assume it's 1 vs many?

Norbert Korzus on Jun 25, 2014


of course a Sherman could do that - if the tiger politely sits at the right angle for the Sherman....and if the tiger lets the Sherman get close enough to it.....which the tiger doesn't have to do.....LOL, come on Norbert - do some reading on the subject. I don't assume anything - I read....just look at above description for this : "a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany." these types of descriptions are all over the internet - and the trailer that just released this morning (wed. the 25th) is hopelessly cheesy.

dan on Jun 25, 2014


I'm looking forward to this. I just hope they avoid the tank crushing humans scenes. Those types of images literally are my nightmare!

Quanah on Jun 24, 2014


The russians did experiments on captured and abandoned tigers. We know what kind of russian guns can penetrate their amour and by comparing the kinetic energy and estimated penetration ability of ruskies we know which sherman guns can do what to tigers. The tigers had great amor but the build quality of it was quite bad. Don't remember what was the exact problem but I think a sherman shot didn't have to penetrate a tiger because a good shot meant metal flying inside and injuring the crew. Even more likely given how the US army thought about tanks and that Shermans often carried a lot of HE since they were not primarly an anti tank vehicle (tank destroyers like m18 and m36 were designed for that). Also you forget about the Sherman Firefly armed with the 17pdr. That tank had no problems with penetrating Tigers, Panthers, IV's, Stugs. That came at a cost of not having a co driver but they made it work.

Norbert Korzus on Jun 25, 2014


My Dad was a tank sergeant in the 711th tank battalion in the pacific during WW2 and most all the movies he saw concerning the actions of the tank crews as portrayed by Hollywood were done to make a good movie not how it actually was. This looks like it could be an awesome visual experience with some fine actors and I am looking forward to seeing it regardless of weather the authenticity is real or faked. I wish my Dad was still around to see it just to hear his good natured gripes about how it really was.

eric on Jun 25, 2014


My dad was a Sherman driver in the 748th, he's almost 91 now,still sharp, but deaf as a post. He has always hated modern movies, so no matter how good this movie is, he won't like it. He has told me that as far as frontal armor goes, our shells just bounced off German tanks, but from the rear, they were no better than a Sherman. Of course, getting a shot like that was kind of tough! He has so many war stories, his three years in the army for him was a positive life changing event. Dad never brags, or so far as I can tell makes up stories, he usually won't talk about the war to others unless asked, he is my hero! One last thing, he complained for weeks about Saving Private Ryan, although he hadn't seen if, after I took him to the movies, his complaining about baby boomers not being able to make a good WWII movie subsided.

Studedude on Jun 26, 2014


Thank you for linking the article which is very illuminating. but even in the article it says the undercut: "been trending for the last two years for some unknown reason; it is like every male in the United Stated under the age of 25 must have an Undercut because each one of his Facebook friends has an Undercut." Also, it says that to be military regulation the top should have a maximum length of two inches.

jellman on Jun 30, 2014


YOU ARE A twat!

Steve Mccarron on Oct 11, 2014

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