We remember first getting wind of a film called Fury a few months back here at Coolector HQ and thinking that it looked rather excellent based merely on the cast – Brad Pitt, Jon Bernthal, Michael Pena and Shia LaBeouf – and its director, David Ayer, who penned Training Day and directed End of Watch which were both films thoroughly enjoyed by us but it’s not until now that we’ve been treated to a trailer for Fury and, safe to say, it hasn’t left us disappointed, merely wanting more and eagerly anticipating the movie’s release later this year.

Fury is set in 1945 as allied forces making their final push on European soil to overthrow the Nazi regime and follows the story of Pitt’s character, a veteran soldier called Sergeant Wardaddy, and the tank that he commands, Fury. The tank boasts a five man crew and the story follows them as they are sent on a deadly mission behind enemy lines where they are heavily outgunned and outnumbered and the trailer above shows what a good job Ayer has done in capturing both the desolation of the environments and camaraderie between the soldiers during WWII.

We’re rather large fans of war films here at Coolector HQ and whilst many flatter to deceive, with few bonafide classics out there, from what we’ve seen of Fury in the trailer above, this could be the one that we’ve all been waiting for since Saving Private Ryan.

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