Fury Premiere/Photocall in London & Paris (Pictures)

Here are pictures from the past week when Brad was promoting Fury in London and Paris:



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Fury New York & Washington Premiere + Press Conference Pictures

Pictures from the New York and Washington Premiere of Fury are up in the gallery, plus the press conference photos!


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First Look on Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at “By the Sea”

Here are the first images of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at their new movie “By The Sea” and the article from EW.

*Edit*: Pictures replaced with HQ Versions

“But no man moved me till the tide / ?Went past my simple shoe /And past my apron and my belt /?And past my bodice too / And made as he would eat me up / ?As wholly as a dew…”

Whether or not this poem by Emily Dickinson, published under the title By the Sea, served as inspiration for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s new film of the same name, the spirit seems to match up with its story of a woman caught in an undertow of passion and rejuvenation while visiting a seaside village with her husband.

By the Sea is the first onscreen collaboration between the newlyweds since they first met on 2005’s Mr. & Mrs. Smith, and Jolie not only stars but also wrote the screenplay and is directing and producing. Along with these exclusive images, Entertainment Weekly has the first details of the romantic drama, which has been kept under wraps until now.

Although Pitt and Jolie just tied the knot themselves on Aug. 23 after a nearly decade-long relationship, this is how they’ll be spending their honeymoon—exploring a marriage that’s collapsing on itself.

Set in France during the mid-1970s, Jolie plays Vanessa, a former dancer, and Pitt is her husband Roland, an American writer. As they travel the country together, they seem to be growing apart, but when they linger in one quiet, seaside town they begin to draw close to some of its more vibrant inhabitants, such as a local bar/café-keeper (War Horse and A Prophet‘s Niels Arestrup, pictured below) and hotel owner (Richard Bohringer, The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover.)

“I chose to set By the Sea in the 1970s, not only because it is a colorful and alluring era, but because it removes many of the distractions of contemporary life and allows the focus to remain squarely on the emotions that the characters experience in their journey,” Jolie said in a statement to EW.

In other words, it was a time when it was still possible to escape your everyday life without so many methods of staying connected or distracted. In this story, she says a different kind of social networking takes place.

As a kind of found-family is assembled amid these maritime dwellers, histories are shared—some joyful, some mournful—and the couple are swept up in their stories, changing the way they look at each other.

The film will be Jolie’s follow-up to the World War II-era survival drama Unbroken, due in theaters Dec. 25, and will be her third directing project since her debut with 2011’s In the Land of Blood and Honey.

Universal Pictures will release the film, although no date has been set, and studio chairman Donna Langley said she signed on to make By the Sea after finding Jolie’s script so provocative. “I was struck by the fact that she and Brad are willing to bring such a brave endeavor to screen and take audiences on this raw, emotional journey that’s simultaneously of its moment and surprisingly timeless,” she said.

Pitt will be co-producing the film with Jolie, and among the film’s other crew will be editor Patricia Rommel (The Lives of Others); production designer Jon Hutman (Unbroken); and costume designer Ellen Mirojnick (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps). The executive producers are Chris Brigham (Inception), Holly Goline (Unbroken) and Michael Vieira (Unbroken).

Cinematographer Christian Berger, an Oscar nominee for Michael Haneke’s The White Ribbon, said he will be employing mostly natural light for By the Sea, using the Cine Reflect Lighting System he developed to channel existing light using a series of reflectors that create a warmer, less distracting environment. “It changes the method of working on set for the director and the actors, and in this film enhances the period and atmosphere,” he told EW.

The film began shooting in Malta on Sept. 8, and will continue through mid-November.

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Fury gets a new trailer!

A brand new and explosive trailer for Fury is out:

If you thought Brad Pitt’s upcoming flick, Fury, was explosive, you ain’t seen nothing yet!

A new trailer for the actor’s highly anticipated film was released Tuesday that gives a realistic look at what the military faced in World War ll.

As bombs explode and shots are fired, Pitt reminds his partners that “ideals are peaceful. History is violent.”

His words of wisdom, however, are quickly put to the side when the enemy overcomes Pitt and his five-man crew.

“It will end soon. But before it does, a lot more people have gotta die,” Pitt proclaims to co-stars Shia LaBeouf, Jon Berthal, Scott Eastwood, Logan Lerman and Michael Peña. “We haven’t run before, so why we gonna run now?”

For those wondering if the harsh battle scenes are the real deal, just ask Peña himself.

“We were all insane people filming that,” Peña told E! News exclusively. “The set was crazy chaotic. Everybody was really, really dedicated.”

And what did he think of Pitt serving as his army sergeant?

“That guy’s a pro,” Peña gushed. “Not only is he a good actor but he’s also got great ideas on the producing end—how to tell the story better.”

See for yourself when Fury hits theatres on Oct. 17, 2014.

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