'Mad Max: Fury Road' Trailer Includes Fury, Roads

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His name is Max. His world is fire and blood. After a 30-year layoff, he's just about ready to make his way back to theaters with Mad Max: Fury Road, the long-brewing fourth installment in George Miller's classic post-apocalyptic franchise -- and if you weren't lucky enough to be in attendance at Comic-Con last weekend to catch the first trailer's debut, now you can watch it from the comfort of your own browser.

No surprises here -- the Mad Max franchise has always gotten by on sun-parched landscapes, monosyllabic dialogue, and fiery violence, and there's plenty of it here; the chief difference now seems to be that Miller has a bigger budget (and some fairly tasteful CGI) to work with, turning what was once lo-fi B-movie fare and blowing it up on a bigger, crisper tableau.

Does it all add up to a classic movie? Well, that remains to be seen. But it sure does look remarkable. Have a gander here, and keep an eye out for Mad Max: Fury Road on May 15, 2015:

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