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Brad Pitt’s Fury Recut With Furbys

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Not naming any names (producers of Transformers and Battleship), Hollywood has been cashing in from Hasbro for a while now.
 
Though we doubt even the toymakers or those cynical film studios would touch the final edit of this recut trailer of Brad Pitt’s new World War Two tank film Fury, which pits another ‘90s childhood plaything against the wily band of greased up and bloodied troops.
 
Yes, in this mash-up that aired last night on Jimmy Kimmel’s TV show, it turns out there’s something more evil than Nazis: Furbys.
 
We’re not sure what Brad Pitt and director David Ayer will make of it, but we think it's a masterpiece.
 

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