Brad Pitt turns British village into warzone for new film Fury

Hollywood A-listers bring tanks and scorched earth to sleepy Oxfordshire countryside.

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Yesterday tanks rolled into a formerly quiet enclave of the Oxfordshire countryside, courtesy of Brad Pitt's new film 'Fury'.

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With hair slicked back and co-star Shia LaBeouf sporting a bristling 'tache, the pair set about ripping up the turf in their Shermans.

An entire encampment of military tents and heavy vehicles also pitched up at Shirburn, near Henley-On-Thames.

Residents of the village – population just over 100 – were unaware of their new noisy neighbours until just a few days ago, according to reports.

The area was leafleted informing the locals of the potential for 'loud and unexpected noises' during the the shoot, which will continue from now until early November.

Said a spokesperson for Pinewood Studios: “We wanted to warn people in advance so that they are not alarmed - but also, we don't want people ringing the emergency services.”

A viewing platform is being built for local people to see the action being filmed.

The shoot is taking place on private land, with a German village and sawmill being specially built for the set.

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The film stars Pitt as 'Wardaddy', a hardened army sergeant who takes a five-man tank crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines.

Alongside Pitt and LaBeouf are rising star Logan Lerman, 'The Walking Dead's Jon Berthnal, Michael Pena from 'End of Watch' and Clint Eastwood's son Scott Eastwood.

Directed by David Ayer, it's release date in the UK is still to be confirmed.

Brad Pitt's next project could be a sequel to 'World War Z', after the zombie epic became his highest-grossing film ever this summer. Watch him talk about sequel plans below.