by Alyssa Toomey | Wed., Jun. 25, 2014 10:39 AM
"If you think it can't get worse, it can. The dying's not done, the killing's not done," Brad Pitt says in the opening of the newly released Fury trailer, which debuted online today.
Set in April 1945, the 50-year-old Oscar winner stars as a World War II tank commander, who hopes to safely lead his crew to victory.
"I started killing Germans in Africa, now I'm killing Germans in Germany. I've been with these fine gentleman for years," he says.
Pitt's crew consists of Shia LaBeouf, Michael Peña, Jon Berthal, who played Shane in The Walking Dead, Scott Eastwood, the hottie son of Clint Eastwood, and Logan Lerman, the newbie tank commander, who appears timid as ever in the trailer and admits, "I've never even seen the inside of a tank."
The U.S. army squad goes to war in the action-packed clip, which features a series of explosions and fighting scenes which are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Pitt, who goes by the name of "Wardaddy," warns that "ideals are peaceful, history is violent," while LaBeouf cautions Lerman to "wait till you see it...what another man can do to another man."
As for the only thing that stands between an American victory? Three-hundred German soldiers and only five tank commanders who can take them down.
Fury hits theaters on Nov. 14, 2014.
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