The colors in George Miller’s post-apocalyptic adventure Mad Max: Fury Roard often, deliberately, sear the eyeballs like a poorly-handled guitar-flamethrower. But, now, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced it is releasing on Blu-ray and DVD a blac and white version of the Tom Hardy- and Charlize Theron-starring film, called Mad Max: Fury Road “Black and Chrome” Edition.
Mad Max: Fury Road is a pretty stellar film no matter which way you spin it — even without the special effects. A new video compilation of pre-production tests, raw footage, and behind-the-scenes takes proves how riveting this high-octane story still is without the flash of CGI.
Samantha Bee wasn’t the only late-night host to respond to Mad Max: Fury Road’s bevy of Oscar wins with a loving parody. But where Bee dressed up as Imperator Furiosa in her office tour, Seth Meyers took on the guise of one of Immortan Joe’s war boys. As “Reasonable Max,” Meyers voiced valid concerns about many of the war boys’ antics.
Three weeks into her new late-night show Full Frontal, Samantha Bee took viewers on a quick tour of her show’s offices. Right off the bat, Bee joked that their cubicle matrix was designed by the creators of Mad Max: Fury Road.
There’s no official award for Best Supercut, but the Academy Awards posted its “Year in Film” video that opened the 2016 Oscars ceremony on Sunday.
Ever since it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last May, Mad Max: Fury Road has been hailed for reinventing itself as a feminist action film, with Charlize Theron playing a hero as powerful — if not more — as Tom Hardy’s titular character. Oscar approves, and George Miller’s film has won several Academy Awards, including the prize for production designer.
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With the Oscars approaching and Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller still a distinct dark horse possibility to win over frontrunner Alejandro G. Iñárritu (The Revenant), the time is right to jump in the YouTube way-back machine.
This fascinating 1985 interview, conducted seemingly on a press junket day for Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, features a buoyantly youthful Mel Gibson answering an Eyes on Cinema journalist’s questions along with Miller, who looks elegant in a pink bow tie and Louis XIV hairdo.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s frontier revenge drama The Revenant has edged out George Miller’s post-apocalyptic thrill ride Mad Max: Fury Road to top YouTube’s Oscar Trailers Leaderboard, which measures the top-performing trailer from each of the year’s Best Picture nominees.
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