“Hey, remember the ’80s?” It was a great time for geek fandom, especially at the movies. Considering all of the incredible films that were made in that decade, it would be hard to name them all—so Scott Park drew them all instead.
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?
You’d be forgiven for having forgotten Future World, Lionsgate’s upcoming post-apocalyptic thriller written, starring, and co-directed by James Franco that was first announced almost two years ago to little fanfare.
The Transformers spinoff finds its star, a banner contains the first look of the Wasp in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Westworld adds a character who is visiting the park at the worst possible time. Spoilers ahead!
Climate change might be bringing us closer to the guns-blazing desert apocalypse of Mad Max, but we’re not quite there yet. Unfortunately, it looks like one guy in California didn’t get the memo.
Witness them. Oh god, witness them.
Did a French publication actually reveal the main villain of Wonder Woman? Diego Luna is unable to answer a question about his Rogue One character. And Black Lightening won’t be joining the Arrowverse. Spoilers ahead!
Last month, a crazy trailer called Mad Shelia took the Internet by storm. It’s a Chinese film that’s so blatantly a ripoff of Mad Max: Fury Road, it was kind of charming. Unfortunately, the trailer was only a minute—but now three more minutes have come online.
We still don’t know when, or if, we’re going to get another chance to see Imperator Furiosa on the big screen. But, in the meantime, at least there’s Mad Shelia.
Don’t get your hopes up about those Mad Max prequel rumors just yet. An unsurprising character will return to Marvel’s Netflix universe. The Lost in Space reboot casts its Judy Robinson. Plus, Jed Whedon teases a Doctor Strange connection to the next season of Agents of SHIELD, and a new Scream Queens clip. Spoilers…
December 6. Mark it down. That’s when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is releasing the long-rumored, and previously only internationally available, “Black and Chrome” version of Mad Max: Fury Road. And that’s not all: the company is releasing the whole franchise in one box set.
I hadn’t heard of musician Lindsey Stirling before her new video for “The Arena,” but she appears to have cornered the market on violin-infused electronic music. She also dances better while wielding a violin than most people can with nothing in their hands. And she seems to be a Mad Max series fan.
Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller probably didn’t realize the avalanche of discussion he set off when he first mentioned a black-and-white version of his award-winning film. We’ve chronicled the mystery behind this version of the film in the past, but now it seems like it’s actually happening.
The iconic vehicles of film and TV—your Ecto-1s, your Deloreans, your Batmobiles and what have you—are already pretty cool. Kit them out for the Mad Max post-apocalypse though? Infinitely cooler.
Nothing makes actors miserable like running around in the desert.
God, what a special movie. One that not only could I watch over and over again but also just listen to. Here is Zackery Ramos-Taylor splicing scenes that highlight the sound of Mad Max: Fury Road. They all combine to do such a good job in making you feel as if you’re inside the desolate wasteland.
This new music video from the electro-rocker band Saverne is a great blend of Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic stuff with psychedelic strangeness. It reminds me a bit of The Gone Away World by Nick Harkaway.
The saga of the black-and-white version of Mad Max: Fury Road continues. First, there was talk of the cut getting a theatrical release. Now, in an interview with the L.A. Times, George Miller says “[It’ll end up] on another version with commentary and other features.” Either way, it seems like it’s happening.
Remember the ancient days of two days ago, when Mad Max director George Miller said that he doesn’t want to make more Mad Max? Well, this morning, Mad Max: Fury Road secured Oscar nominations for Best Picture and Best Director. So try not to be surprised when Miller says he’s totally in for more!
After everything we’ve heard about how the original plan was to film Fury Road and its sequel at the same time and about how the George Miller already wrote the sequel, you’d expect him to go ahead and make it. What’s this now? Suddenly Miller’s out?