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First Fury Trailer Unveiled

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Brad Pitt is back a-hunting Nazis, but this time it's in a straight action movie, rather than the twist that Quentin Tarantino put on it in Inglourious Basterds.

The official trailer for Fury has emerged, a film set towards the end of the Second World War in the European theatre, starring Pitt as a character named Wardaddy. With a name like that you might expect him to have already been involved in a few battles - and you'd be right. The film sees him lead a tank crew, featuring Shia LeBeouf and Michael Pena, together with - you guessed it - a rookie (Logan Lerman), on one last mission behind enemy lines. They're outnumbered: five against 300. Can they survive? We'll soon find out.

Fury is released 24 October 2014

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