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  • 'Fury': First footage rolls out for Brad Pitt's WWII tank drama

    'Fury': First footage rolls out for Brad Pitt's WWII tank drama
    Brad Pitt is back on the World War II battlefield in "Fury," writer-director David Ayer's upcoming action-drama about a tank crew in Nazi Germany, and Sony has unveiled the first footage from the film, which you can watch above.
  • 'Fury' trailer: Brad Pitt leads brothers in arms in WWII tank movie

    'Fury' trailer: Brad Pitt leads brothers in arms in WWII tank movie
    "The dying's not done. The killing's not done." Such are the ominous words uttered by Brad Pitt in the new trailer for the World War II tank drama "Fury," which you can you watch above. Set in 1945, during the final days of the war, "Fury" stars...

    CANNES: Robert Pattinson vs. Kristen Stewart in Battle of 'Twilight' Stars

    Ever since the lineup of the Cannes Film Festival was announced last month, gossip sites have been salivating over an unlikely scenario: a red carpet run-in between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. The "Twilight" co-stars and former off-screen couple...

    Review: 'Sabotage,' starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, is a self-saboteur

    Review: 'Sabotage,' starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, is a self-saboteur
    "Sabotage" is an appropriate title for the new Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, since its many action and suspense elements are routinely undermined by a sloppy assemblage. A hyperviolent tale from complicated-cop chronicler David Ayer ("Training Day," "End...

    Film Review: 'Sabotage'

    In writer-director David Ayer's last law-enforcement drama, the remarkable "End of Watch," there wasn't a moment that didn't feel lived-in and true. The same cannot be said of Ayer's "Sabotage," a gruesome and frequently preposterous B-grade actioner...