George Miller News
This summer, the Mad Max series returns to the big screen. It's been 35 years since George Miller released the last Mad Max (Beyond Thunder). Today, Warner Bros. released a trailer that brings together the whole series, from beginning to upcoming.
- Deadline: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Legacy Trailer Looks Back To The Gritty Future
- Cinema Blend: Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer Dives Into The Legacy Of The Franchise
- Horror-Movies.ca: New Official Trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road
If you looked at the film world as the nerds on one side and cinephiles on the other (and you shouldn’t necessarily do so, but for the sake of a lede), you might find a lot of common ground on all sides with “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Pretty much from trailer number one, movie fans of all shapes and sizes have been agog at what George Miller appears to have pulled off.
- Latino Review: New 'Mad Max: Fury Road' International TV Spots With New Footage
- Comic Book Movie: Awesome New MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Banner & TV Spots - "I Am The Road Warrior"
- ScreenRant: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ TV Spots, Posters & Banners Roundup
- MovieWeb: 'Mad Max Fury Road' TV Spots: The Road Warrior Returns!
- AintItCool: Is Warners set to MAXimize Tom Hardy for 3 additional MAD adventures?
- AintItCool: Sunday Brings One Of The Last Six Episodes Of MAD MEN!!
The whole world’s about to go mad (again) as Tom Hardy takes up the title role of George Miller’s long-awaited follow-up to his famous post-apocalyptic action series, Mad Max: Fury Road. Also starring Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult and Hugh Keays-Byrne (who played Toecutter in the original Mad Max), the film is set in a dystopian future where key resources have dried up and those left alive face an everyday struggle for survival. From what we’ve heard, Mad Max: Fury Road is light on dialogue and heavy on crazy stunts, car chases and explosions.
Mad Max: Fury Road has quickly become one of the most anticipated movies of the summer. Warner Brothers has launched a short 15 second teaser that is all explosions, all the time. Watch as star Tom Hardy leaps from car to car dodging giant fireballs in a few select moments from what promises to be one long two-hour car chase!From director George Miller, originator of the post-apocalyptic genre and mastermind behind the legendary "Mad Max" franchise, comes Mad Max: Fury Road, a return to the world of the Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky.
- Coming Soon: New Explosion Teaser for Mad Max: Fury Road
- Comic Book Movie: New MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Teaser Is Aptly Named "Explosion"
- Latino Review: New TV Spot for 'Mad Max: Fury Road'
- AintItCool: Behold The Boomgasmic Wonder Of FURY ROAD’s ‘Explosion’ Spot!!
- Dark Horizons: "Fury Road" Gets Explosive TV Trailer
Kids, dreams do come true. Among the movies we listed in the 20 Films We Hope To See At The 2015 Cannes Film Festival was George Miller's hugely anticipated "Mad Max: Fury Road." Now, our team on the Croisette knows which movie they'll be lining up for on the second day of the fest. Organizers have announced that the Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult starring film will screen Out Of Competition on May 14th, one day before it opens worldwide.
Director George Miller didn't bow to Hollywood's need to make everything watered down and kid-friendly! Unlike Terminator Genisys, which has hinted at a PG-13 rating to ensure a younger audience will be able to see it, and last summer's neutered The Expendables 3, Mad Max: Fury Road is retaining it's core ingredients, which includes a fine mix of adults-only mayhem! George Miller didn't want to stray far from his franchise's roots, and because of that, the MPAA has rewarded the sequel an R rating!
- The Playlist: Watch: New International Trailer For 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' Gets R-Rating For "Intense Sequences Of Violence Throughout"
- JoBlo: Peanuts will be rated G and Max Mad: Fury Road gets a strong R rating
- Cinema Blend: Why Mel Gibson Isn't In Mad Max: Fury Road
- We Got This Covered: International Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer Showcases The Action; Film Lands R-Rating
- Latino Review: Two New International Trailers For 'Mad Max: Fury Road'
- Comic Book Movie: MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Gets An R Rating & A New International Trailer
- JoBlo: George Miller explains why Mel Gibson is not in Mad Max: Fury Road
- AintItCool: George Miller and Quint discuss the evolution of FURY ROAD, from Mel Gibson to Tom Hardy, at SXSW!
- Dark Horizons: "Fury Road" Gets An R, Miller Talks Mel
- Variety: Sally Field on Hollywood Sexism, Kissing Max Greenfield and ‘Hello, My Name Is Doris’
- Badass Digest: Enjoy The Open Yet Successful Manipulation In This MAX Trailer
- Dark Horizons: First Trailer: "Max"
- FirstShowing.net: Man's Best Friend Returns from the War in the First Trailer for 'Max'
- Empire Magazine: Max Trailer Features A Combat Canine
- SlashFilm: ‘Max’ Trailer: A Dog With the Heart of a Marine
- MovieWeb: 'Max' International Trailer: A Military Dog Becomes A Hero
- Filmonic: A Kid and His Dog in Max
Major tentpole sequels like The Avengers: Age of Ultron and Star Wars: The Force Awakens are near the top of many a moviegoer’s “most anticipated of 2015″ list, but another big genre picture has quickly joined those ranks. We speak of George Miller’s upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road, which has been building up buzz by way of a series of trailers showcasing jaw-dropping visuals and action sequences.
- Comic Book Movie: Insane New MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Images
- The Playlist: New Images From 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' Junkie XL Says Early Cut Of The Second Act Was Three Hours Long
- JoBlo: The first cut of Mad Max: Fury Road was over three hours long; plus new pics
- MovieWeb: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Photos: The 5 Wives Torture Tom Hardy
There were a couple of you who really dug the official trailer for George Miller's return to car demolition in the form of MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. While Mel Gibson was the perfect man for the job years ago, it's time for some fresh blood to enter the mix. Folks may have been somewhat critical before, but I think it's safe to say that everyone is now on-board with Tom Hardy picking up... Read More...
- We Got This Covered: Tom Hardy Means Business In New Stills For Mad Max: Fury Road
- The Playlist: Tom Hardy Is Ready To Roll In New Looks At 'Mad Max: Fury Road'
- MovieWeb: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Magazine Covers Feature Tom Hardy
- Comic Book Movie: MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Covers Empire Magazine
- Screen Crush: 15 Fast and Furious Facts About the 'Mad Max' Trilogy
- ScreenRant: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Magazine Covers; Director on the Film’s Casting
“MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is the fourth film of George Miller‘s Road Warrior/Mad Max franchise co-written and directed by Miller. The post-apocalyptic action film is set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life.
- FearNet: We Obsessively Break Down The MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Trailer
- Horror-Movies.ca: Four New Character Posters for Mad Max: Fury Road
- IGN Movies: Four New Mad Max: Fury Road Posters Unveiled
- Filmonic: The First Trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road is a Wild One
- Movies With Butter: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Sequel Already Written