The coming of the first 'Fury' trailer from director David Ayer ('End of Watch,' 'The Fast and Furious') brings a harsh look at the toll of war, as Brad Pitt leads the charge against the Nazis with his own band of brothers, of sorts, and one mighty tank.
Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf lead the cast of David Ayer's 'Fury,' which just released a first look at the film through a behind-the-scenes video for the E3 Conference. This production featurette is meant to get audiences excited for the action and the actors who make up the tank patrol in the film.
No, it's not 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith 2' (we do kind of wish it was), but Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are reuniting on the big screen for a brand new film -- and it's one that Jolie herself wrote. It just might be a little while before we see it, as Jolie and Pitt are both a bit busy at the moment.
Only one week removed from the "Form and Void" of 'True Detective''s first season finale, and HBO has yet to formally confirm that Nic Pizzolatto's anthology drama will return for a second season in 2015. Smart money tells us that the network may wait for Pizzolatto's first scripts and locked-down casting to officially move forward, while the latest name supposedly put forth for 'True Detective' season 2 is none other than Hollywood A-lister Brad Pitt. Maybe.
Depending on who you ask, 'The Counselor' is either one of the best or worst movies of 2013. Ridley Scott's strange, pitch-dark crime thriller started all kinds of debates when it was in theaters, but it's undoubtedly going to find a life as one of the most divisive films of all time on home video. It's the kind of movie you'll have to see just so you can have an opinion on it. We have an exclusive look at the new Blu-ray/DVD release, so check out the video above to get a taste of what to expect when you put this filthy, fascinating movie in your home media player.
Released in 1994 and based on Anne Rice's novel of the same name, 'Interview with the Vampire' starred Brad Pitt as Louis, a man who is transformed into a vampire by Lestat (Tom Cruise). Louis recounts his time as a vampire, his regrets, and the many years he spent with Lestat to a reporter in present-day Los Angeles. The film was a major success, reinvigorating the vampire genre and launching the career of a little child actress by the name of Kirsten Dunst. 20 years later, we revisit the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
The past few weeks have not been kind to actor Shia LaBeouf. First he was booted from the cast of a Broadway play. Then he was busted plagiarizing his apology to the other actors. Later, it was revealed his short film, 'Howard Cantour' was actually plagiarized from a comic by author Daniel Clowes. LaBeouf apologized and - you guessed it - that was plagiarized too. He hired a skywriter to fly a smug "I am Sorry Daniel Clowes" banner over Los Angeles (Clowes lives in San Francisco) and defiantly posted the cease and desist from Clowes' lawyers online.
Whatever seems to be happening in LaBeouf's personal life that has precipitated this breakdown appears to have finally reached it's head as the actor announced that he's ready to retire.
Everyone is going to hate 'The Counselor.'
Ridley Scott's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's original screenplay starring Michael Fassbender, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, et. al. is one frustrating movie. At its very best – if you buckle down and really work to piece together the nearly inscrutable plot – you aren't going to come away with much. “Crime doesn't pay,” is the gist of it.