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Video: Brad Pitt and his band of brothers roll in 'Fury' trailer

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David Ayer co-wrote the underrated Matthew McConaughey World War II submarine movie U-571, and he also wrote and directed the pitch-perfect brothers-in-arms cop drama End of Watch. The first trailer for Fury, his WWII tank movie, looks to bottle elements from both, as Brad Pitt leads a gritty Sherman-tank crew into Germany to help end the war in April 1945. But as Pitt’s Sgt. Collier says in the trailer, “The dying’s not done. The killing’s not done.”

Pitt’s crew—which includes Michael Pena, Shia LaBeouf, Jon Bernthal, and Logan Lerman—soon finds itself in over its head against staunch German resistance, outnumbered 300 to five. In Saving Private Ryan terms, Pitt is Tom Hanks, the elder, battle-tested leader who’s waged war against the Germans on numerous fronts. Lerman is the film’s Jeremy Davies, a skittish and wide-eyed fresh fish who might not be built for the horrible things he has to do. Together, they’re a band of brothers who aren’t about to run when things get dicey.

Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY

Joe Manganiello talks shooting David Ayer's gritty 'Ten' (and why it's already cut down on those body roll requests)

With Channing Tatum being named People‘s Sexiest Man Alive, Magic Mike is back on the brain. But Joe Manganiello is confident that if fans see him now (pictured, via Twitter), as he shoots David Ayer’s Ten in Atlanta with Arnold Schwarzenegger, they would not ask him to do one of his famous body rolls. “Now I have a huge Unabomber beard, with cornrows and full-sleeve tattoos, and I’ve put on probably like 20 pounds. I look like a biker/murderer, which is really what I’m playing,” he tells EW. “So the body roll asks have subsided. People come up to me now, and they’re like, ‘Hey, I went to go get my car fixed and I’m pretty sure that they screwed me over. Can you go and talk to these people for me?’ That’s my request now. I’m sure after this movie comes out, people are gonna ask me to start killing people for money. Which I guess is a good thing. I’m an actor, so I’m supposed to change.” READ FULL STORY

'End of Watch' Spanish-language trailer trains focus on Michael Pena's character -- VIDEO

End of Watch follows two LAPD police officers played by Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña, as they root out crime in south central Los Angeles while videotaping everything, as one does in the 21st century. The newest, Spanish-language trailer focuses on establishing Peña’s character, including his relationship to his wife and his partner, as well as showing more of the fellow cop played by America Ferrera. Check it out below:  READ FULL STORY

'End of Watch' red-band trailer: Who knew cops used so many swear words?

The found-footage genre may be reaching its inevitable endpoint with this September’s End of Watch, a drama about a pair of hard-boiled L.A. cops fighting off a drug cartel. Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña play the cops, and the new red-band trailer makes it clear that the movie is maximizing its R rating, with F-bombs galore and at least one eye-stabbing. “Come on, man, we’re cops!” says Gyllenhaal. “Everybody wants to kill us!”

So this is basically every episode of COPS, except instead of chasing drunks in tank tops, they’re cashing heavily-armed druglords who enjoy filming everything with their high-quality HD camera. Watch the NSFW trailer: READ FULL STORY

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