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This Mad Max: Fury Road International Trailer May Burn Off Your Eyebrows

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If you’re anything like us, you’re also frothing at the mouth, practically rabid to finally lay eyes on George Miller’s long awaited return to the post-apocalyptic wastes in Mad Max: Fury Road. In the works for years (principal photography wrapped so long ago that we put it on our most anticipated movies of 2013 list), it still doesn’t open until May 15, which feels like a long ways off, but to help you pass the time, there’s this explosive new Japanese trailer.

We’ll have to wait and see if the movie lives up to the hype, but it we’re judging Fury Road based solely on the trailers, this is going to be amazing. Seriously, the footage we’ve seen has badass post-apocalyptic battlewagons, crazy ass stunts, gnarly looking dudes swinging from vehicle to vehicle at great speeds, explosions, classical music, and they just look nuts. And this new look is no exception.

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Check Out The Cover Art For This Mad Max: Fury Road Book And Comic

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Mad Max Fury RoadWe’re stupidly excited for George Miller’s upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road around these parts. 2015 marks 30 years since our last trip to the post-apocalyptic Australian outback, and this has been such a long, hard road that we weren’t sure the film was ever going to make it to theaters. (Part of me still expects some sort of vengeful god to strike it down before I get to see it.) We still have to wait until May 15, but to hold us over until then, we’ve got a few looks at a few things that DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint worked with Miller to put together for fans, and they’re as awesome as you would hope.

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These Mad Max: Fury Road Photos Will Pummel Your Face

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Mad Max Fury RoadWe may be more than five months away from Mad Max: Fury Road, but we can’t get enough of George Miller’s return to the post-apocalyptic wastes he first visited with Mel Gibson back in 1979. And now, to brighten up your day, here is a collection of new photos from the film, and they look as badass and insane as we could possibly hope for.

These popped up on Reddit, though they look like they come from a magazine (perhaps that issue of Empire that we saw the Fury Road-themed cover for a while back, but we can’t be sure). It’s not as much where they come from that concerns us as what they show, and they show plenty.

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Christmas Wish 2014: I Want Mad Max: Fury Road To Be As Nuts As That Trailer

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mad max fury roadWe’ve been waiting for Mad Max: Fury Road for what feels like forever. After finally getting rolling, production was delayed multiple times, including for apparent acts of some vengeful god that damn near wiped the original shooting location off the map. Principal photography wrapped up so long ago that I put it on my “Most Anticipated” list for 2013. But then there were reshoots, and when the release date was actually announced we learned that we wouldn’t see Fury Road until May of 2015. We may still have a long time to wait, that’s also a prime spot on the calendar, which indicates that the studio thinks they have something awesome on their hands.

And from what we’ve seen, that certainly looks to be the case. A crazy-ass collection of footage came out of San Diego Comic-Con back in July, which got us drooling all over ourselves, but the latest trailer upped the crazy factor exponentially. So this year, all I want Santa to bring me is a Mad Max: Fury Road that is as bonkers and insane as the most recent trailer. I get that this is a lot to ask, as the trailer is two-and-a-half minutes of absolute, total madness. But a guy can dream, right?

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This Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer Is More Insane Than You Ever Dreamed

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Well holy shit, this is a happy surprise. Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller’s long-awaited return to the post-apocalyptic wastes he first visited in 1979, has been one of our most anticipated movies over last few years, and even though we still have to wait until May 15, 2015 to see it, our enthusiasm has not diminished one bit. In fact, when Warner Bros. does things like unleash this new trailer, it makes us want to go into some kind of hypersleep so this will be the first thing we see when we wake up in six months. But don’t my word for it, check out the madness for yourself.

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Watch George Miller And Mel Gibson Talk Thunderdome In This Vintage Video

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We still have a good long while to wait until we finally get to see Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller’s long-awaited return to the post-apocalyptic wastes he first visited in 1979. Those of us who have been waiting for this movie since 2010 (there have been numerous delays, including the original shooting location basically being wiped off of the face of the Earth by an act of god, reshoots, and more) are trying to fill the time any way we can. And one way we’ve wiled away the minutes is with this rare video that features a discussion with Miller and franchise star Mel Gibson.

Originating in 1985, while the duo were hyping up the third film in the family, Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome, this eight-minute interview includes the two taking turns discussing the process of the other. They cover a wide range of topics in what is essentially a relatively brief conversation. Gibson praises Miller’s originality and innovation as a filmmaker, while Miller breaks down some of how they went about convincing the Australian born actor to literally strap in for that memorable fight scene against Blaster in the Thunderdome. Even after the fact, Gibson doesn’t seem all that stoked that he had to be strapped into that bouncy get up.