George Clooney, Brad Pitt Reunite in Thriller Movie

George Clooney and Brad Pitt aren’t exactly team players in the first trailer for their new thriller, Wolfs.

Sony Pictures is set to release Jon Watts‘ movie in theaters Sept. 20. Amy Ryan, Austin Abrams and Poorna Jagannathan round out the cast in the feature that hails from Apple Studios and centers on two lone-wolf professional fixers hired to do the same job.

Watts (Spider-Man: No Way Home) wrote and directed Wolfs. Clooney and Grant Heslov produce for Smokehouse Pictures, while Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner produce for Plan B Entertainment. Watts and Dianne McGunigle are also producers.

In the trailer, released Wednesday, Clooney, a professional fixer, is hired to cover up a crime.

“There’s nobody who can do who I do,” he says as he gets to work.

However, he is surprised when a second fixer (Pitt) unexpectedly shows up to Clooney’s dismay. When they both realize the assumed deceased is actually alive, the two “lone wolves” have to work together in what turns into a “long night.” Despite the similarities with each other from the way they talk to the way they dress, both Clooney and Pitt’s characters ensure they’re not partners.

The film’s previously released teaser trailer showed Clooney and Pitt sitting silently in a car as the windshield wipers move back and forth.

Clooney voiced a character in IF, which hit theaters this month, and directed the Amazon MGM Studios feature The Boys in the Boat that debuted late last year. He is attached to star alongside Adam Sandler in a new Netflix film from Noah Baumbach.

Pitt’s recent onscreen credits include the features Babylon, Bullet Train and The Lost City. He also had a voice cameo in IF and is set to star in Joseph Kosinski’s forthcoming Formula One drama movie for Apple.

Clooney and Pitt previously shared the big screen in Joel and Ethan Coen’s 2008 feature Burn After Reading. They also co-starred in Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven franchise, with their most recent sequel, Ocean’s Thirteen, hitting theaters in 2007.

Watts is known for directing Marvel’s Spider-Man trilogy starring Tom Holland and Zendaya that was a co-production between Disney and Sony, the most recent of which was 2021’s Spider-Man: No Way Home. He previously helmed the indie features Clown (2014) and Cop Car (2015).

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