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Everyone needs to sit down, shut up, and watch the majestic final trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road right now.
Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth in the Mad Max series, and it intends to stay that way by maintaining the series' continuity. The proof is in the new legacy trailer, which you can now watch for a healthy dose of nostalgia and ultra violence.
It’s safe to say that with each new piece of footage we see, George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road seems more and more exciting. All of the trailers and previews we’ve seen so far suggest that the movie will be an insane action epic of massive proportions, and many of the set pieces look literally jaw-dropping.
Mad Max: Fury Road has been a long time coming, but if you're as excited as we are, you're in luck as Tom Hardy says there are way more movies on the way.
It may still be a year before we see Zack Snyder's highly-anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hit theaters in its entirety, but the long-awaited trailer may finally be upon us. While a number of unofficial rumors have spread in past months attaching the trailer to a handful of films, this latest confirmation appears to be official and promises it will indeed be attached to Mad Max: Fury Road.
The long-in-the-making Mad Max: Fury Road has released a brand new full trailer that further teases the frequent mix of desolation and destruction. The pulse-pounding, post-apocalyptic world of Mad Max has never been this insanely intense as the evolution of the franchise is on full explosive, eye-rattling display.
The latest clip for Mad Max: Fury Road suggests that everything is simply going to explode in George Miller's dystopian adventure.
With Fury Road coming out later this year, Tom Hardy of Bane fame is replacing Mel Gibson in the role and the original actor won’t be popping up in any sort of capacity. But he could have, and he almost did.
Mad Max: Fury Road is coming, but a lot has changed in the 30 years since Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome came out in 1985. Will audiences still care for this "raggedy man" hero with a taste for motor mayhem?
Everything we’ve seen so far from the new Mad Max: Fury Road makes this film look like one crazy ride. The new trailer, though brief, is no different. Check it out in all its glory.
These are the 10 movies on Hollywood’s release schedule that could use a Super Bowl boost. Maybe they aren’t on your radar yet? Maybe a studio showed some footage, and it didn’t go over as well as planned? Super Bowl Sunday could be Salvation Sunday if these films play their cards right.
As you nurse your New Years Eve hangover, scan through this list of the 15 most anticipated movies on the 2015 schedule. Mark the dates on your calendars, and tell us in the comments section which movies you can’t wait to see this year.
Everything we’ve seen so far on Mad Max: Fury Road has us even more excited for the return of this infamous cinematic hero, and we’re pumped that Tom Hardy is the one leading us on this next adventure. After that mind-blowing trailer, we’re now treated with a couple new images from the film, thanks to the latest Empire magazine covers.
“Everybody’s gone out of their mind.” Yes, it certainly looks that way as we get out first return trip to George Miller’s post-apocalyptic, road-rage-driven universe last seen in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
There are no shortage of reasons to take a trip to Australia – from swimming in the crystal clear waters near the Great Barrier Reef to cuddling up kangaroos and koalas, the country is a tourist’s 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.
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.
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 – he plays with people his own age in the Expendables movies now – Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron are ready to carry the torch.
Max (Tom Hardy) isn’t even on a road in the image, parking Max’s beast of an automobile on the outskirts of a desert wasteland as he overlooks his next, seemingly physical challenges.
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.
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.