Mad Max: Fury Road grossed almost $400 million worldwide, received 10 Oscar nominations (including Best Picture) and won six, the most of any film that year. So where the hell are our sequels?
It’s the moment that ties the movie together. The moment in Mad Max: Fury Road when Furiosa (Charlize Theron) realizes that the home she was taken from, the home she’s been racing toward, is gone. Upon learning this information, she stumbles across the desert and screams. Captured beautifully by director George…
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This year’s surprise hit Mad Max: Fury Road may have had Max’s name in the title, but few would say it was his movie. Instead, most people walked out raving about Imperator Furiosa. Unfortunately, that won’t be the case for the sequel.
Mad Max: Fury Road is a brilliant, miraculous action movie—and part of that is because it’s not really about Max, instead spotlighting Charlize Theron’s excellent Imperator Furiosa. So a brand new comic exploring the origins of this fascinating female character should be great, right? WRONG.
Gather all the “what a lovely day” references you can find. Mad Max: Fury Road’s real protagonist, the wonderful Imperator Furiosa, is getting her own comic book, exploring the origin of everyone’s new favorite post-apocalyptic badass.
The unbelievably good-looking Mad Max: Fury Road is set to premiere on May 15th, 2015. The last Mad Max movie before that was Beyond Thunderdome, released in 1985. That's a long time! The good news is if Fury Road does well, director George Miller says the sequel is already written.