Monday, May 5, 2014

NEW 'FURY' WW2 EPIC MOVIE IMAGES WITH BRAD PIT, LOGAN LERMAN, SHIA LABEOUF, JOHN BERNTHAL! SHOWTIME, XBOX, STEVEN SPIELBERG TO WORK ON 'HALO' EPIC SF TV SERIES

NEW WW2 'FURY' FILM IMAGES
BRAD PITT AND SHIA LABEOUF
Not much to show you today, but you may check out new images from Brad Pitt's upcoming World War II epic movie FURY which is set at the very end of the war in April 1945. As the Allies make their final push in Europe, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines with the goal to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany. As you can see in the first picture Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, John Bernthal are also in the cast alongside Scott Eastwood and Jason Isaacs!

'HALO' SF TV SERIES
TO AIR AT SHOWTIME!
And speaking of war, an intergalactic one will be seen in the small screen adaptation of insanely popular HALO video game. Instead of a big screen movie, it will be made into TV series for Showtime in colaboration with Steven Spielberg's Amblin TV and Xbox. The series centres on an interstellar war between humanity and a theocratic alliance of aliens known as the Covenant. The Covenant, led by their religious leaders, the Prophets, worship an ancient civilization known as the Forerunners, who perished in combat with the parasitic Flood. The title HALO comes from the Halo rings: large, habitable structures that were created by the Forerunners to destroy the Flood.

31 comments:

  1. I thought Shia LaBeouf, isn't "famous" anymore...

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  2. Fury looks interesting. I'm not so sure about Halo. I tried listening to one of the audio books and couldn't really get into it.

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    1. I've never played the game myself... I like the intergalactic element, but not the war one...

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    2. Is it one of those shows where people fight and run and fight and... um... run?

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    3. in space suits methinks....

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    4. Sounds very original. Will there be monsters?

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    5. all soldiers are monsters....

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  3. Fury could be good, but I'm not a big fan of war movies for the most part unless they're especially well done like Saving Private Ryan, The Bridge of the River Kwai, or Apocalypse Now.

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    1. that would be my opinion too, we love them only when they're deeply touching and meaningful

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  4. I haven't seen the Halo one yet

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  5. I like the sound of Fury but no clue on Halo as I owned a PS3 and never got Halo!

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    1. You've never got Halo, Fran? Been too devilish? :P

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  6. Hey Dezzy. Popped in to say howdy. Hope all is well on your end. I've got some dough waiting for me to bake.

    It's a good day, here at The Manor.

    Cheers and boogie boogie.

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    1. wish I could drop over for a snack, it's cold here today and I could use something baked and warm

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    2. That would be great fun. I would enjoy that.

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    3. baked goodies are among the very few things that I eat at other people's homes :) I'm generally quite picky because me has a sensitive tummy :(

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  7. So much fighting! It doesn't surprise me there will be a Halo movie, though. I'm only surprised it's taken this long.

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    1. it's taken so long because it's an extremely expensive project and risky for that reason. And it's easier nowadays creating expensive shows than films

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  8. Fury would be a yay, Halo will probably be a nay. I never did play that one, so I don't know what the fuss was all about.

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    1. me neither, I've never had any time for computer games....

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  9. Fury does sound very interesting thanks for the heads up will be following that one with interest.

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    1. we might expect a trailer very soon, methinks

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  10. Looks like the theme for today is WAR! I think Fury looks great, but then again, I'm a big WWII history buff.

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    1. wish there were more WWI war movies since it's 100 years from it's beginning this year

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  11. the war looks good, i too thought that Shia was kicked off for being too much into the role... he needs to take a minute and chill...

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    1. he did chill a bit full nude in NYMPHOMANIAC :)

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  12. Not a big fan of war... but Fury looks interesting because it's a period piece....

    Not familiar with Halo...

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