If you’ve been dying for more of Lt. Aldo Raine’s hilariously hard to place accent, you’re (kind of) in luck. Brad Pitt is set to star in the Netflix Original War Machine, an absurdist war story in which he plays a hot-shot general with a… Southern?… German?… Guy who smokes three packs a day and has an issue with his lips? accent. Based the The Operators, a nonfiction book from Michael Hastings, the story centers on General Dan McMahon (based on General Stanley McChrystal) as he commands NATO forces in Afghanistan, only to be challenged by the swift pen of a tenacious journalist. Here’s your first look and your first listen to that glorious accent. “We’re going to be doing one thing and one thing only: Killin’ Naazis.”

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