The drivers will likely be smellier than usual.
What a trailer! What a lovely trailer! Strap in for the summer’s only high-octane hit directed by a senior citizen – Mad Max: Fury Road! Witness this!
This…makes a lot of sense, actually.
This. I want to do this for my birthday.
We live in a world of lies.
I’d watch that.
Traffic seems light.
Can’t go wrong with synths.
It’s Hump Day. Watch some cars get blow’d up.
This might mean we can look forward to Madder Max in 2017 and Maddest Max in 2020 or so.
If you’re the type of person that pays for tickets to movies to see a trailer, this is huge news for you.
This film will be rated R “for intense scenes of things that have to happen in ‘Mad Max’ movies.”
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It makes Twisted Metal look like Pac-Man.
Director George Miller describes the fourth ‘Mad Max’ installment as a “105-minute chase scene through the wasteland.” So yeah, this should be awesome.
Are you ready for more ‘Mad Max’? Well, ask your local weatherman to make it happen.
Yay, more Mad Max: Fury Road delay news. Just the other day we reported that Charlize Theron might shed her arm for the film, and now it seems production isn't anticipated to begin until February 2012. But how will I quench my insatiable Charlize amputee fetish?!
George Miller is having worse luck with Mad Max than Terry Gilliam is with bringing a Don Quixote story to the screen. Some powerful force does not want these projects seen by the world. I'm aware of the curse on adapting Quixote, but the troubles with Mad Max's production are perplexing. All I can guess is that somewhere Mel Gibson is surrounded by candles and lamb's blood uttering satanic prayers over a picture of Tom Hardy. (/Film)
This picture was created with the finest equipment 1987 had to offer…
Normally when you think of a post-apocalyptic landscape, you don't think of women as hot as Charlize Theron running around. It seems that director George Miller took this into account after he cast Theron for the Mad Max reboot. Charlize won't quite be a 10 in this movie. Really more of a 9.8.
ABC Australia has confirmed that Theron's character in Mad Max: Fury Road will be missing part of her arm (presumably the bottom), with one-armed swimmer Annabelle Williams working as her stunt double. Hmmm, strange that a one-armed swimmer would need to pick up outside work. (via Coming Soon)
Elvis's hot granddaughter Riley Keough is in talks to join Mad Max: Fury Road. Should she end up in the role, she'll play one of the "Five Wives," a convoy of women that Tom Hardy must protect. Polygamy is sooo hot right now. Joining Keough in the spouse pile are Zoe Kravitz, Teresa Palmer, and Adelaide Clemens. No word yet on who will say I do to playing the fifth wifey.
Hey, it's a good thing Mel Gibson isn't part of this sequel, right? Because he and wives? You know? That whole thing that's happening. You know what I'm talking about. (THR)