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Shia LaBeouf and Jesse Eisenberg are in talks to star in Todd Phillips’ next film “Arms & The Dudes,” according to Deadline. The film is based on an article Guy Lawson wrote in Rolling Stone, and will follow Eisenberg and LaBeouf as two stoners who end up in a new profession: arms dealing. When the two get a multimillion dollar contract to provide individuals in Afghanistan with weapons, they realize just how far out of their depth they are. LaBeouf is probably still best known for his role as SamRead More
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Logan Lerman looks to be our guide into the world of “Fury,” in the first trailer for David Ayer’s WWII tank thriller starring Brad Pitt as the leader of a five-man tank crew caught behind enemy lines. Lerman’s character, Norman Ellison, is seen reporting for duty, obviously for the very first time, to a bewildered Pitt, who has clearly seen his fair share of the harsh realities of war. Norman, on the other hand, has never even seen the inside of a tank before. Soon he’s forced to shoot hisRead More
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Brad Pitt leads a wearied band of soldiers in the first footage released today for David Ayer’s WWII tank action-thriller “Fury,” unveiled at a video game convention, because why not. Pitt, as company leader “Wardaddy,” is joined by Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal and Michael Pena in the tank at the center of the story, set towards the end of WWII. The five guys spent the 3-month shoot in a confined space to play a five-man crew of a tank caught behind enemy lines in 1945 as the GermanRead More
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Aussie actor Xavier Samuel is in David Ayer’s upcoming WWII tank movie “Fury.” Who knew? But there he is, revealed for the first time in new stills from the film released today via People. Brad Pitt leads the cast, playing an American soldier called “Wardaddy,” and his main group of guys, whom we also have a new image of, are comprised of Jon Bernthal, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman and Michael Pena. The five guys spent the 3-month shoot in a confined space to play a five-man crew of a tankRead More
Filming has only just begun on David Ayer’s WWII tank action thriller “Fury,” but the director has already taken to Twitter to share the first official images from the film. Brad Pitt leads the cast that is rounded out by Michael Pena, Jon Bernthal, Shia LaBeouf and Logan Lerman. Set in 1945 as the Nazi regime collapses, Pitt plays the Commander of a Sherman tank who leads a five-man crew in a battle against desperate German troops. All five leads are pictured in the surprisingly stylized photo Ayer shared today,Read More
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is set to direct Shia LaBeouf in two-hander psychological thriller “Villain”, according to Deadline. The film was written on spec by Josh Zetumer and follows two brothers who confront their dark past and each other in an unforgiving wilderness. The other brother should be set soon, Deadline further reports. Under an earlier configuration with director David Slade, the film was to shoot in Alaska but no word if that’s still the case. LaBeouf got high marks in Cannes last year for his turn as one of threeRead More
Logan Lerman is enlisting for David Ayer’s WWII tank actioner “Fury”, according to Deadline. Brad Pitt has the lead role, with Shia LaBeouf also on board. Set in 1945 as the Nazi regime collapses, Pitt plays the Commander of a Sherman tank who leads a five-man crew in a battle against desperate German troops. Lerman plays Norman Ellison, the youngest member of the crew thrust into becoming the tank’s gunner. Filming begins in September. Last seen opposite Emma Watson in Stephen Chbosky’s adaptation of his own novel “The Perks ofRead More
Army Commander Brad Pitt is filling out his squad, and has just recruited Shia LaBeouf, according to Variety. The two are set to star in World War II thriller “Fury”, to be directed by David Ayers. Set in 1945 as the Nazi regime collapses, Pitt plays the Commander of a Sherman tank who leads a five-man crew in a battle against desperate German troops. LaBeouf will play one of his soldiers. Ayers also wrote the script, and it recently landed at Sony, with filming set to begin in the fall.Read More