Brad Pitt stops by 'Between Two Ferns' to talk to Zach Galifianakis about Angelina, 'Friends,' and the last piece of gum.
The 92-year-old World War II veteran found out soon enough, when he flew with his wife from his home in Minnesota to Hollywood last year, where he joined with three other vets to educate Pitt and his Fury co-stars about life on the front lines of tank warfare. “They asked what life was like on a tank, what we did for excitement, what we were eating,” Smilanich told KARE, Minneapolis’ local NBC affiliate.
Brad Pitt Returns to War in the First ‘Fury’ Poster Brad Pitt gives his best stubbly, and battle-scarred look in the first poster for his new World War II drama Fury, coming to theaters this November. The moody image, featuring ominous grey clouds and a pensive, Pitt gazing down from the turret of his tank, stands in contrast to the poster for his last WWII epic, Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, in which a defiant Pitt stood tall — his back literally to the wall — staring straight at the viewer.
By Jeff Sneider Sony used E3 to debut the first footage from David Ayer’s war movie “Fury,” which starsBrad Pitt , Logan Lerman , Shia LaBeouf , Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal . The film is described as a WWII movie, “the likes of which we haven’t seen before.” That may actually be true, as much of the action is set in and around one bad-ass tank. Also read: ‘Walking Dead’ Alum Jon Bernthal in Negotiations to Join Brad Pitt in David Ayer’s ‘Fury’ (Exclusive) Set in April 1945, story follows the five-man crew as they set out on a Nazi-killing mission despite being outnumbered and outgunned.
Brad Pitt on the set of ‘Fury’ (FameFlynet) The third day of CinemaCon closed out with a reel gift of a presentation from Sony Pictures. Oh also, Chloë Moretz makes an appearance as a Jodie Foster "Taxi Driver"-type working girl who doesn’t want to be rescued but will be.
Well, so much for 2013. This past year had its cinematic ups (“Inside Llewyn Davis,” “Gravity,” “This Is the End”), downs (“Gangster Squad,” “A Good Day to Die Hard”), in-betweens (“Man of Steel,” “Star Trek Into Darkness”), and sweet surprises (“The Conjuring,” “Blue Jasmine”). It was a fun year , but 2014 is looking to be even more of a thrill ride, filled with franchise-friendly sure things, swing-for-the-fences passion projects, sleeper hits waiting to be discovered and, of course, a few (okay, a lot of) superhero movies. And we can’t wait to get started.