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New Image Of Tom Hardy In 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' Will Plot Fill The Gap Between 'Mad Max' & 'Road Warrior'? – With production starting in 2012, reshoots taking place last fall, and a lengthy post-production process that won't see the movie released until next fall, as of right now there aren't many details about George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road." It's a return to the Aussie franchise with Tom Hardy now taking the name Max Rockatansky, but a new peek has arrived.

4 weeks 4 days ago via donnieyen

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Testing Well; Mel Gibson Not in Movie

8:03 PM 12/2/2013 by Binh Ngo
Mad Max: Fury Road
You know those three addition weeks of filming for Mad Max: Fury Road? It's all part of the plan and not because the movie tested badly with audiences, according to director George Miller.

George Miller Denies Mel Gibson Cameo Rumors For 'Fury Road,' Says It's Testing "Extremely Well" – We suppose there are two ways to look at Warner Brothers plans to release "Mad Max: Fury Road" during the summer of 2015 (which will essentially be three years after filming began): either the glass is half full or the glass is half empty. And for director George Miller, who is now in the midst of additional shooting on the picture, he's brimming with optimism about his movie, about WB's plans for it and even some of the early feedback he's been receiving.

20 weeks 1 day ago via brucelee

You Only Have to Wait Two More Years For Mad Max: Fury Road – Everyone’s favorite Australian post-apocalyptic franchise (that’s a thing, right?) is making a comeback, along with George Miller. Deadline reports that the rebooted Mad Max: Fury Road will be released May 15, 2015 with its original director at the helm. By then, it will have been 30 years since Mad Max ... 21 weeks 5 days ago via donnieyen

Rumor: FURY ROAD Is Great, Reshoots Are Good News – Time to get excited: we hear the new Mad Max movie is awesome. 29 weeks 10 hours ago via brucelee

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Adding Three Weeks of Reshoots

3:37 PM 9/3/2013 by Jeff Giles
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After spending a relative eternity getting the fourth Mad Max movie together, director George Miller doesn't seem to be taking any chances making sure the final product meets with his approval. In fact, Mad Max: Fury Road appears to be headed for some last-minute reshoots.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Still Has Shooting to Complete – A quick glance at the /Film archives reveals the fourth Mad Max movie, Mad Max: Fury Road, has been in the public eye since early 2009. Four years is a normal amount of time for fans to be aware of a movie’s existence (we sometimes hear about movies before scripts exist, for example) but what makes Fury Road so unique is it was supposed to shoot in 2010, then was delayed to a 2012 shoot, and now it’s 2013. 33 weeks 16 hours ago via donnieyen

Mad Max: Fury Road sparks real-life fury with claims of damage to desert – Filmmakers accused of riding roughshod over ancient ecosystem in Namibia, endangering lizards and rare cactiThe filming of the latest Mad Max action feature in the world's oldest desert has caused a major outcry, with environmentalists accusing filmmakers of damaging Namibia's sensitive ecosystem.The Namibian government was delighted when the director George Miller chose to shoot his post-apocalyptic sequel, Mad Max: 1 year 6 weeks ago via jetli

New Image from RIDDICK Starring Vin Diesel and Behind-the-Scenes Video from MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Mad Max: Fury Road – We've got some media from two long-in-development pictures today, as follows: Riddick - The third film in the Riddick franchise starring Vin Diesel from writer/director David Twohy. This new image shows off the brooding anti-hero who someone left out in the rain. The long-awaited film, also starring Karl Urban (Dredd 3D) and Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica), will finally land in theaters September 6th.

1 year 13 weeks ago via jackiechan

Mad Max: Fury Road Script Turns Up In The Wild, Ends Up On Instagram – Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool Every once in a while, a member of the public will come across a script or prop for an upcoming movie and they won’t quite understand what they have. In days gone by, these tales were of urban legend, but nowadays we can see it all play out in real time through social networking.

1 year 14 weeks ago via jetli
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