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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...


Emmanuel Lubezki Says "A Whole Other Movie" About Sean Penn Could Be Made From Cut 'Tree Of Life' Footage

fb.indiewire.com – One of the enduring legacies thus far for Terrence Malick's "The Tree Of Life" has been chatter about his plans to prepare an extended version of the movie. Word of it first cropped up last summer when Oscar-nominated cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki revealed, "The first cut was 8 hours long. 8 years 2 weeks ago via jetli

Brad Pitt Reveals What He, Sony Did to Save 'Moneyball'

feedproxy.google.com – "I'm a sucker for injustice stories and wanting to right the injustice," Pitt told THR about his desire to star as Oakland A's manager Billy Beane in the film that nearly never got made. 8 years 10 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Brad Pitt Thinking About Retirement

guardian.co.uk – In an interview to promote new film, the Moneyball actor reveals he would like to stop acting in the near future. Brad Pitt has said that he sees himself quitting acting in three years, when he turns 50. The actor made the admission during an interview for Australian chat show 60 Minutes to promote his Oscar-tipped new film Moneyball. 8 years 14 weeks ago via jackiechan

"Tree of Life" Wins Palme d'Or in Cannes

fb.indiewire.com – Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" took the Palme d'Or Sunday night in Cannes, though the notoriously shy director did not take to the stage to accept the prize. The Dardennes' "The Kid with a Bike" shared the Grand Prix with "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia" by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, and Nicolas Winding Refn won the Best Director prize for "Drive." Kirsten Dunst thanked Lars von Trier in one ... 8 years 39 weeks ago via donnieyen
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