Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

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Mad Max: Fury Road Release Date
May 15, 2015
Mad Max: Fury Road Synopsis
Mad Max: Fury Road will continue the story started in the 1979 post-apocalyptic film Mad Max and its subsquent sequels. Tom Hardy will take on the role of Max, the character originally played by Mel Gibson.
Mad Max: Fury Road Credits
Starring: Tom Hardy, Nicholas Hoult, and Charlize Theron
Directed by: George Miller
Produced by: George Miller, Doug Mitchell, and P.J. Voeten
Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures
Release Date:  May 15, 2015
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Meet The Man Who Opened A Mad Max 2 Museum In Australia Meet The Man Who Opened A Mad Max 2 Museum In Australia
There are no shortage of reasons to take a trip to Australia Ė from swimming in the crystal clear waters near the Great Barrier Reef to cuddling up kangaroos and koalas, the country is a touristís dream destination. If that all sounds a little too pedestrian for you, then perhaps a vacation built around exploring the Mad Max 2 Museum is more your speed.
by Mike Bracken September 2, 2014 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road's Sequel Is Ready To Go Mad Max: Fury Road's Sequel Is Ready To Go
The original idea was to shoot Fury Road and Furiosa back to back, to the point where the years-long production time was assumed to encompass both movies. Now we know that isn't the case, which suggests Miller and company put everything they had into Fury Road.
by Gabe Toro July 28, 2014 discussion comments
Watch Mad Max: Fury Road's Comic-Con Trailer, It'll Blow You Out Of Your Chair Watch Mad Max: Fury Road's Comic-Con Trailer, It'll Blow You Out Of Your Chair
Fans of the Mad Max saga have been waiting decades for George Miller to return to this universe and continue to tell more stories with their beloved anti-hero. While Mel Gibson no longer has the youthful energy to dangle from dangerous cars Ė he plays with people his own age in the Expendables movies now Ė Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron are ready to carry the torch.
by Sean O'Connell July 27, 2014 discussion comments
DELETE ME DELETE ME
Max (Tom Hardy) isnít even on a road in the image, parking Maxís beast of an automobile on the outskirts of a desert wasteland as he overlooks his next, seemingly physical challenges.
by July 23, 2014 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Shares First Poster, Hi-Res Images Mad Max: Fury Road Shares First Poster, Hi-Res Images
Max (Tom Hardy) isnít even on a road in the image, parking Maxís beast of an automobile on the outskirts of a desert wasteland as he overlooks his next, seemingly physical challenges.
by Sean O'Connell July 23, 2014 discussion comments
San Diego Comic-Con Fills Its Weekend Schedule With Marvel Studios, The Hobbit, And More San Diego Comic-Con Fills Its Weekend Schedule With Marvel Studios, The Hobbit, And More
The Cinema Blend offices have been buzzing these past few days as we all get ready for one of the biggest events of the year in our industry: San Diego Comic-Con. The massive geek-fest will be kicking off on July 23rd, and just like every year we will once again have a team on the ground (including myself) covering the expo.
by Eric Eisenberg July 13, 2014 discussion comments
Tom Hardy And Charlize Theron Look Badass In Mad Max: Fury Road First Look Tom Hardy And Charlize Theron Look Badass In Mad Max: Fury Road First Look
After years and years and years and years of development, George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road is actually finally just a few months away from arriving in theaters around the globe. Warner Bros. has the sequel set to be released in May 2015, and while that may still seem like a far away date, it's not that bad when you consider that we're getting our first look at the movie now.
by Eric Eisenberg June 25, 2014 discussion comments
Mad Max 4: Fury Road Test-Screened: What Did Attendees Think? Mad Max 4: Fury Road Test-Screened: What Did Attendees Think?
It's been a long hard--er--road, but Mad Max: Fury Road is finally making its way to theaters in 2015. In the meantime, Warner Bros. getting a feel for what works with its would-be audience through test screenings. One of these went down last night in Los Angeles, and was promptly leaked on Twitter.
by Kristy Puchko May 1, 2014 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road, Starring Tom Hardy, Finally Gets A Release Date Mad Max: Fury Road, Starring Tom Hardy, Finally Gets A Release Date
Directed by George Miller, who also helmed all three of the previous Mad Max movies, the new sequel will be the first in the franchise to be released in 3D. Tom Hardy will star in the title role, which was classically played by Mel Gibson, and Charlize Theron and X-Men: First Class' Nicholas Hoult will play supporting roles.
by Eric Eisenberg November 20, 2013 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Headed In For Reshoots Mad Max: Fury Road Headed In For Reshoots
Sometimes movies go into production and loom so large in the media and in fan's imaginations that it seems impossible you'll ever stop hearing about them before they open in theatersÖ and then, somehow, they disappear entirely. It's especially rare in this day of age of websites like, uh, this one, which doggedly track even tiny developments on high-profile films. Which is why the silence surrounding Mad Max: Fury Road has been so mystifying
by Katey Rich September 3, 2013 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Vehicles Caught On Camera Mad Max: Fury Road Vehicles Caught On Camera
This on-set video shows trucks on the Namibia set of Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth chapter of the post-apocalyptic film series that will be directed by George Miller but boasts a change in cast. More on that after the video, which gives us a great look at some of the new vehicles being used in the sequel.
by Sean O'Connell January 22, 2013 discussion comments
Is This Our First Look At Tom Hardy As Mad Max? Is This Our First Look At Tom Hardy As Mad Max?
I find it a little strange to think that Hardy would be handing out signed photographs of himself in character when the studio has yet to share anything from Millerís movie. Would he be able, in the world of instant-share social media, to just leak the first coveted look at his version of the iconic character? I think itís unlikely, yet like Knowles, I donít recognize this photo of Hardy playing a character from any of his past roles.
by Sean O'Connell December 20, 2012 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Behind Schedule And Over Budget? Mad Max: Fury Road Behind Schedule And Over Budget?
Stepping back and looking at the big picture, itís a little easy to understand why Rabinov would be concerned. The franchise also hasnít been relevant since 1985 (when Beyond Thunderdome) opened. And the series is trading Mel Gibson for Tom Hardy, who still hasnít proven himself as a bankable movie star who is able to open movies on his own.
by Sean O'Connell October 19, 2012 discussion comments
A Would-Be Wonder Woman Joins Mad Max: Fury Road A Would-Be Wonder Woman Joins Mad Max: Fury Road
After many years of promises and delays, and what seemed like a widespread assumption that it would never happen, George Miller is finally returning to the post-apocalyptic world of Mad Max with Fury Road, which is set to star Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron among a bunch of other up-and-comers
by Katey Rich August 14, 2012 discussion comments
Check Out Some More Cars From Mad Max: Fury Road Check Out Some More Cars From Mad Max: Fury Road
After what seems like an endless number of stops and stars, George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road is finally almost ready to get going. Earlier this week, in a story about Tom Hardy taking the role of Al Capone in an upcoming biopic, we learned that the next sequel in the Mad Max franchise is scheduled to begin shooting in Nambia this April.
by Eric Eisenberg January 11, 2012 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Finally Starting Production Next Spring In Namibia Mad Max: Fury Road Finally Starting Production Next Spring In Namibia
Wait, Namibia? The original Mad Max films are like anti-advertisements for the rough Australian outback, and it seems inconceivable that proud Aussie George Miller would be willing to ship the production overseas. But apparently funky weather conditions have given the desert-like outback way too much greenery to fit the bill, so off to Namibia they go
by Katey Rich October 13, 2011 discussion comments
Mad Max Fury Road Is Turning Into The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Mad Max Fury Road Is Turning Into The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
Mad Max mastermind George Miller has been promising to make a new installment in his hard-driving franchise since somewhere around 2006. He even has all the cars ready for it. So far nothing has actually come of it. Every time it looks like the project, dubbed Fury Road, is about to move forward something stalls it. This time Millerís blaming the weather.
by Josh Tyler March 4, 2011 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Delayed, Hopefully Not For Good Mad Max: Fury Road Delayed, Hopefully Not For Good
Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth entry into the Mad Max series, is having more than a bit of trouble getting off the ground. This is the second delay already for the film, which has yet to leave pre-production, the first
by Ryan Matsunaga October 10, 2010 discussion comments
UPDATE: Noel Clarke Joins The Cast Of Mad Max: Fury Road UPDATE: Noel Clarke Joins The Cast Of Mad Max: Fury Road
With George Miller's fourth installment in the Mad Max series set to get underway early next year, you can expect more details to be coming out of the production. Earlier today we learned that Charlize Theron's
by Eric Eisenberg October 5, 2010 discussion comments
Charlize Theron Will Play A One-Armed Fighter In Mad Max: Fury Road Charlize Theron Will Play A One-Armed Fighter In Mad Max: Fury Road
Charlize Theron may be one of the most beautiful women in the world, but Monster proved sheís at her best when playing something other than a traditionally stunning beauty
by Josh Tyler October 5, 2010 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Will Use 130 Cars And 298 Real Death-Defying Stunts Mad Max: Fury Road Will Use 130 Cars And 298 Real Death-Defying Stunts
I wonder if George Miller made his pro-environmental, animated movie Happy Feet to offset the carbon footprint heís about to create with Mad Max: Fury Road
by Josh Tyler August 29, 2010 discussion comments
Elvis's Granddaughter Riley Keough Joins Mad Max: Fury Road Elvis's Granddaughter Riley Keough Joins Mad Max: Fury Road
Riley Keough looks pretty much like any other up-and-coming starlet-- blonde, blue-eyed, thousand-yard stare-- but she's got a serious pedigree on her side: she's the daughter of Lisa-Marie Presley
by Katey Rich August 10, 2010 discussion comments
Tom Hardy Talks A Few Details About Mad Max: Fury Road Tom Hardy Talks A Few Details About Mad Max: Fury Road
ardy is training in Australia as we speak in order to lose 30 pounds and look like "a hungry wolf, or like when you put a cat in the bath." You know, like someone scratching out an existence in a post-apocalyptic wasteland
by Katey Rich June 28, 2010 discussion comments
Teresa Palmer Denies Role In Mad Max: Fury Road Teresa Palmer Denies Role In Mad Max: Fury Road
Ever since Jay Baruchel leaked her name to Australia's Herald Sun, Teresa Palmer's name has been attached to George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road. And why would we dispute it? Baruchel has been working with Palmer
by Eric Eisenberg June 25, 2010 discussion comments
Patrick Stewart May Drive With Mad Max Patrick Stewart May Drive With Mad Max
Whatíll Patrick Stewart be doing after the breakdown of society? He could be driving down the Fury Road. A reader emailed AICN claiming to have spoken with Stewart in Sydney, where he hinted around the he could be involved in George Millerís upcoming Mad Max sequel
by Josh Tyler January 31, 2010 discussion comments
Mad Max: Fury Road Hires Nicholas Hoult As Nux Mad Max: Fury Road Hires Nicholas Hoult As Nux
If you aren't aware of actor Nicholas Hoult, it may be time to get acquainted. The twenty-year-old actor has already become a star in Britain, playing the character Tony Stonem in the first two series of the hit show
by Eric Eisenberg January 28, 2010 discussion comments
Miller Not Interested In Mad Max Cameo For Mel Gibson Miller Not Interested In Mad Max Cameo For Mel Gibson
While itís certain that someone else will play Mad Max in George Millerís upcoming Fury Road sequel, there had been some small hope that Mel Gibson might show up for a cameo
by Josh Tyler January 19, 2010 discussion comments
Teresa Palmer To Ride Mad Max's Fury Road? Teresa Palmer To Ride Mad Max's Fury Road?
We know whoís playing Mad Max (Tom Hardy) and now know whoís playing Tina TurnerÖ or whatever you want to call the female lead in Fury Road
by Josh Tyler January 17, 2010 discussion comments
Mel Gibson Denies Role in Mad Max: Fury Road Mel Gibson Denies Role in Mad Max: Fury Road
f he actually is involved, it's going to come as a surprise delivered either during filming or on opening night, not 10 months prior to production. Frankly, Gibson's reaction to the question is a bit strange, as it almost seems as though he thought they were asking about the original role
by Eric Eisenberg November 22, 2009 discussion comments
Charlize And Tom Hardy Confirmed For Mad Max 4 Charlize And Tom Hardy Confirmed For Mad Max 4
Filming for Mad Max: Fury Road is apparently going to start in Australia next August, with George Miller writing the script and directing, of course. Mel Gibson, obviously, is not part of this casting announcement, confirming what Miller has been saying for years about his plans for the sequel
by Katey Rich October 29, 2009 discussion comments
Mad Max 4 Taking Sam Worthington On The Fury Road? Mad Max 4 Taking Sam Worthington On The Fury Road?
The fourth Mad Max film, Fury Road, will go into production in Australia with a $100 million budget. Wait, wasnít Green Lantern just relocated from Australia to New Orleans due to the rising Australian dollar? The rise in the dollar
by Perri Nemiroff October 24, 2009 discussion comments
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