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theguardian.com – Actor reportedly takes 'method' too far in second world war tank movie, alienating the likes of Brad Pitt and Jason Isaacs• Shia LaBeouf attempts to skywrite wrong over Daniel Clowes plagiarism• Fury director apologises for filming battle scenes on Remembrance SundayActor Shia LaBeouf alienated the rest of the cast of the Brad Pitt tank movie Fury according to the Mail on Sunday. 3 years 7 weeks ago via jackiechan
cinemablend.com – After seeing what writer-director David Ayer did with the cop drama genre in the scintillating End of Watch, we've been pumped to see his World War II drama Fury. Thankfully, his enthusiasm seems to match our own, as he's been sharing plenty of peeks behind the scenes on his Twitter account, including some group shots of his cast. 3 years 11 weeks ago via donnieyen
7:28 PM 12/10/2013 by Binh Ngo
After a $540 million plus take at the global box office, World War Z is moving forward with the obligatory sequel. The Orphanage's helmer J.A. Bayona has been tapped to direct the World War Z 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Looks like he's responsible for developing the story for the sequel since he's overseeing the writing of the script.
bleedingcool.com – Brad Pitt and Plan B have made a very shrewd move recruiting Juan Antonio Bayona to develop and direct the sequel to World War Z. First of all, there’s the idea that if you were take the horror intent of Bayona’s first film, The Orphanage, and mash it up with the huge, but still very human dread of his second, The Impossible, you’ve got a pretty good starting point for a World War Z picture. 3 years 11 weeks ago via jetli
Director David Ayer Releases New Set Photos from His World War II Film, FURY, Starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf
collider.com – A few weeks ago, director David Ayer shared some images from his upcoming tank movie, Fury. The story takes place in 1945 as the Nazi regime is in collapse and revolves around the five-man crew of an American tank called "Fury" that battles a desperate German army. Even though these are just set photos, the composition on some of them is superb and highly encouraging for the visuals of the finished film. 3 years 16 weeks ago via brucelee
8:00 PM 10/25/2013 by Logan Falk
This weekend, a beloved—albeit raunchy and low-brow—franchise returns to the big screen after three years, and with a famous author teams up with a famous director to mix up the new releases with a film that’s more on the dramatic side of things.
9:20 AM 10/25/2013 by Senh Duong
When I was prognosticating the score for “The Counselor” on Rotten Tomatoes a couple days ago, I was thinking it would score well, especially with the talents involved; it’s directed by Ridley Scott, written by Pulitzer Prize winning author Cormac McCarthy, and stars Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz, and Brad Pitt.
2:53 PM 10/23/2013 by Senh Duong
I went to a screening of Ridley Scott’s “The Counselor” last night. For the first time in an evening screening, it’s press only. I wondered why. It kinda makes sense after this morning when I read a tweet by film critic Jordan Hoffman (Film.com, ScreenCrush.com). It goes like this: “THE COUNSELOR is this year’s KILLING THEM SOFTLY.
8:10 AM 10/21/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Based on the memoir by Solomon Northup, 12 Years a Slave begins in upstate New York, 1841. Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a fiddler by trade, follows two men to the nation’s capitol for work and is drugged and sold into slavery. Within eyeshot of the White House his captors whip his whitest shirt to bloody shreds before giving him the dull flax of an owned man.