Watch the first trailer for George Clooney and Brad Pitt's reunion movie Wolfs

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First trailer for George Clooney & Brad Pitt movieApple TV+ - Sony Pictures

George Clooney and Brad Pitt are back together in the first trailer for new thriller Wolfs.

Following a teaser clip yesterday (May 28), we now have the full first look at their reunion movie. The thriller is the latest Apple Original movie and will come to cinemas before streaming globally on Apple TV+ like Argylle.

Wolfs casts the legendary Hollywood stars as a pair of criminal fixers who discover they've both been hired to complete the same deadly job. The two lone wolves are suddenly forced to work together if either of them wants to collect their bounty.

The Ocean's Eleven duo certainly don't seem to be having a swinging time in this new film from the Spider-Man franchise director Jon Watts.

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Watts has penned the screenplay, in addition to directing and producing the project. Clooney and Pitt are onboard as producers too.

Only Murders in the Building's Amy Ryan will have a supporting role in Wolfs, alongside Euphoria and The Walking Dead's Austin Abrams as well as Never Have I Ever's Poorna Jagannathan. Not much is known yet about any of the characters these cast members will be playing.

Wolfs might not be the only time Clooney and Pitt reunite on-screen, with there recently being hints at another Ocean's film in the works.

"We have a really good script for another Ocean's now, so we may end up doing another one. It's actually a great script," Clooney told Uproxx.

brad pitt and george clooney on location for wolves on february 13, 2023 in new york city
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The actor also teased that any sequel probably won't be called Ocean's 14, likening the project to the classic crime movie Going in Style about aging crooks looking for one last heist.

Wolfs will open in cinemas on September 20 before streaming globally on Apple TV+ at a later date.

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