Time’s up for two-time winner “Gone Girl,” as World War II tank movie “Fury” will snatch the top spot away this weekend.
Playing at 3,173 theaters, “Fury” stars Brad Pitt as the leader of an American tank crew making their way through Germany as the second World War draws to a close. The film was written and directed by David Ayer, the man Warner Bros. has tapped too direct the live action Suicide Squad movie. “Fury” also stars Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, and Michael Peña. But of course the big draw here is Brad Pitt .
The marketing campaign for “Fury” has focused on the action packed tank battles and the stakes Pitt and his crew face against 300 German soldiers. In the past few weeks, the marketing push has gone into overdrive with television ads during the baseball playoffs and NFL games.
The cast members have been…
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Okay, so it’s safe to say that comic-book movies are pretty much exploding right now, especially in light of Warner Bros confirming at least ten upcoming DC movies over the next half a decade. Well, when you add these latest releases into the already confirmed movie release dates, the true scale of things starts to take shape.
In fact, when you add everything that has been confirmed so far from Marvel Studios, Warner Bros, Fox and Sony together, we’re looking at no less than THIRTY comic-based movies between now and 2020 (including the confirmed Batman and Superman standalone movies whose dates haven’t been released yet).
What a time to be a comic fan and a movie lover, folks. Enjoy it.
Avengers: Age Of Ultron – May 1, 2015 (Marvel)
Ant-Man – July 17th, 2015 (Marvel)
Fantastic Four – August 7th, 2015 (Fox)
Deadpool – February 12th, 2016 (Fox)
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