Believe the hype on this one. Ever since the first footage was unveiled at Comic-Con last year, we’ve been expecting Mad Max: Fury Road to be an insane ride. And that’s exactly what it is. George Miller has delivered an utterly mad, off-the-chain blockbuster that will flood your system with adrenaline from start to finish. Continue reading
It’s been three decades since the last instalment, but all the buzz surrounding Mad Max: Fury Road proves that it’s possible to revive a franchise this far out and still have everyone craving to see it. Continue reading
When Rick Famuyiwa’s Dope premiered at Sundance, it took less than two days for it to sell rights to territories across the globe, with Open Road and Sony partnering for North American and international territories, respectively. Continue reading
Fury Road races into cinemas thirty years after the last instalment, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. And to bring those of us who haven’t seen George Miller’s originals up to date, Warner Bros. has put together a legacy trailer that joins up the dots to the present day’s reboot. Continue reading
Warner Bros. has been doing a great job of building up the buzz surrounding George Miller’s return to post-apocalyptic territory. Mad Max: Fury Road’s artwork has been some of the best we’ve seen so far this year, and we’ve got a great new poster and two banners to add to the mix.
Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron continue to be positioned front and centre. And you really get the feeling this film is going to earn its R rating, and then some. Continue reading