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Best and Worst of 'Fury': Logan Lerman, Shia Labeouf, the Horrors of War The Brad Pitt WWII tank drama "Fury" crashes into theaters this weekend, and HitFix has created a list of the best and worst of the film from director David Ayer ("End of Watch," "Sabotage").http://www.hitfix.com

Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: October 19th, 2014 Brad Pitt returned to the top spot at the box office, but the real story this weekend has to do with a former Batman. In at number 1 is Fury (read our review) with $23.5 million. Fury was a big hit with male audiences, especially those over 35, but it failed to make much of a splash with females. Clearly, the focus on action helped and hurt the film. Even so, Fury should have no problem holding well as the critical buzz and word of mouth continues to spread.

Sound Off: David Ayer's WWII Tank Movie 'Fury' - Your Thoughts? Now that you've seen it, what did you think? War never ends quietly. Now playing in theaters is David Ayer's Fury, starring Brad Pitt as the commander of a tank during WWII. The tank crew is lead by Pitt with Shia LaBeouf as 'Bible', Logan Lerman, Michael Peña as 'Gordo', and Jon Bernthal as 'Coon-Ass' to round things out. The tank heads into Germany near the end of the war and takes heavy fire from a desperate Germany army. So how is it? Is Fury as kick ass as it looks? Does the action surpass the story? How is Shia LaBeouf compared to Brad Pitt or Logan Lerman?

Weekend Box Office Report: October 17-19, 2014 Audiences feel the Fury! Moviegoers were itching for some action this weekend, and having Brad Pitt in command certainly couldn't hurt, putting FURY on top of the box office this weekend with an estimated $23.5 million! The R-rated WWII movie's opening was a bit soft compared to the last two times Pitt went to war (INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS - $38 million; WORLD WAR Z - $66.4 million). But... Read More...

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Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’ Rolling to $25 Million Opening Weekend

variety.com – The “‘Fury’ Tanks” headlines have been put on ice. Brad Pitt’s World War II drama “Fury” will lead the U.S. box office without dominating with early projections portending an opening of as high as $25 million. Sony’s tank tale, also starring Shia LaBeouf and Logan Lerman, should easily top “Gone Girl,” the closest contender with... 5 years 8 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Digital Tracking: ‘Fury’ to Blast Away Box Office Competition with $32 Million

variety.com – Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? Moviepilot – which studies social data and box office trends – analyzes this weekend’s new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the methodology behind the numbers is laid out in... 5 years 8 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Box Office Late Nights: ‘Fury’ Opens To Strong $1.2M; ‘Book Of Life’ To $300K

deadline.com – Thank you, Brad Pitt. Sony's Pitt-starring war film, Fury, grossed a strong $1.2M from late night Thursdays in 2,489 theaters on track for a very respectable box office weekend, while Fox's animated adventure The Book of Life grabbed a nice $300K from 2,150 locations last night. Both started at 7 PM. 5 years 8 weeks ago via jackiechan
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‘Fury’ Ending Explained by Director David Ayer

screenrant.com – David Ayer’s Fury is not the sort of film that tries to weave mystery and ambiguity into its tale of WWII bravery – and the cost of such bravery. The movie is pretty straightforward in its examination of how young Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman) gets broken into the trials (and horrors) of war; yet, there is one moment in the movie’s climax that has people talking. 5 years 8 weeks ago via brucelee
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Fury

Fury
April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon,...
David Ayer
Sony Pictures
R
134mins
October 17, 2014
Distribution
Action, Drama, Thriller