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Here''s a new Mad Max: Fury Road featurette with director George Miller explaining his monochrome love.
After the white-knuckle thrill ride that was Fury Road, fans have been clamoring for more Mad Max. If a new report is to be believed, it could be coming even sooner than we thought.
Yes, George Miller made a black-and-white cut of his masterpiece, and you may be able to get your hands on it soon.
Before Robert Zemeckis signed on for the twisty sci-fi flick Contact back in the mid 1990s, George Miller was attached to do his own version of the story. So, what could’ve been?
Pulling an old franchise off the shelf, giving George Miller a ton of cash, and sending him off to the desert doesn’t seem like the smartest idea on the surface. But, in the case of Mad Max: Fury Road, it totally worked.
Mad Max: Fury Road just added another honor to the list.
One of the most iconic things about Mad Max is the dystopian, post-apocalyptic setting. But the film was originally supposed to be set in the modern day. So why did George Miller make the change?
Here's an official look at what Megan Gale would have looked like as Wonder Woman in the aborted Justice League: Mortal.
Warner Bros. Pictures has confirmed what many of us already know -- that Mad Max: Fury Road is one of the best movies of the year.
Charlize Theron's Imperator Furiosa was such a hit with moviegers and fans alike, and most of us would love to see her have a starring role in the upcoming Mad Max sequels.
It took a couple decades to finally arrive, but George Miller’s apocalyptic opus Mad Max: Fury Road was well worth the wait. Turns out, that might just be the beginning.
Is George Miller trying again with the DC Movie Universe? Don't hold your breath.
Mad Max: Fury Road is the best film of the year, according to nearly 500 film critics.
Although George Miller was developing Mad Max: Fury Road for some 20 years, the basic idea and plot for the movie stayed more or less the same all that time.
Although Warner Bros. Pictures is rolling out an ambitious slate of DC Comics-based movies over the next five years, the fate of one film remains uncertain.