There are few filmmakers as versed in the world of machismo bro-ness as David Ayer. The guy behind “Training Day,” “Sabotage,” “End Of Watch” and “Harsh Times” has built a career out of depicting a certain level of testosterone, and it doesn’t look like that will change with the upcoming “Fury.”
The movie—which stars Brad Pitt as a character named Wardaddy, if you needed more proof—centers on a tank crew in the fading days of WWII, stuck behind enemy lines and trying to stay alive even as they are outgunned and outnumbered. Logan Lerman, Michael Pena, Shia LaBeouf and Scott Eastwood are among the brothers-in-arms for this one, which increasingly looks less like a prestige pic and more like a straight up popcorn movie. Though one with more more bro-tensity than your average blockbuster.
Before the movie opens on October 17th, check out 5 1/2 minutes worth of clips below to see what Ayer has put together. [Collider]