Fire and blood.

fury road

Mad Max 2 was good. Mad Max 1 was great. And while Mad Max: Fury Road looks more like the second two films in the trilogy rather than the one that started it all (come on, how can you go past the Night Rider?), we’re certainly not going to bemoan the return of Max Rockatansky. Tom Hardy is stepping into the role of Max since young, awesome Mel Gibson turned into old, drunk Mel Gibson and Hardy is possibly the only actor we could think of who might actually make a decent job of it. The film certainly looks like it relies heavily on visuals rather than plot, especially considering director George Miller has commented that his intention is for Fury Road to be able to be understood in Japan without subtitles.

“In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, loner Max meets Furiosa, a woman who wishes to cross the desert.”

Mad Max: Fury Road stars Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and is set for release in May, 2015.

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