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Brad Pitt is Sergeant Wardaddy in new World War II flick

2014-08-13 21:00

Los Angeles - One of Hollywood's most loved hunks, Brad Pitt stars in the new film, Fury, as a no nonsense, battle-hardened army sergeant named 'Wardaddy'.

Fury is a film based on the events of World War II, the film is set in the year, 1945 where a crew of five men, commanded by sergeant Wardaddy is sent on a deadly mission behind enemy lines in the war against Nazi Germany.

The crew which consists of only five men who have limited ammunition and are no match to the overwhelming number of the Nazi soldiers and their unlimited arsenal of weapons.

Their heroic attempts to fight and be victorious against German Nazi's proves to be an even greater challenge than their sergeant had anticipated.

Co-staring alongside Brad Pitt in the film is, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Xavier Samuel, Eugenia Kuzmina and Kevin Vance

The war action/drama is due to be released in the US on 17 October.

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