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Movie: Mad Max
The Pursuit Special, also referred to as the V8 Interceptor, is the iconic black police interceptor used by the fictional Main Force Patrol in the Mad Max film series. The vehicle appears in the first two films, was absent from the third movie (it was portrayed as destroyed in Mad Max 2), and was re-introduced for the fourth installment in the series.
The first car shown in the film with t...
Movie: Mad Max 2
Mad Max 2
Mad Max 2 (also known as The Road Warrior and Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior) is a 1981 Australian post-apocalyptic action film directed by George Miller. The film is the second installment in the Mad Max film series, with Mel Gibson starring as Max Rockatansky. The film's tale of a community of settlers moved to defend themselves against a roving band of marauders follows an archetypical "W...
Movie: Lead Character - All
Max Rockatansky (known aliases include Mad Max, The Road Warrior, Raggedy Man and The Man with No Name) is the title character and protagonist of the post-apocalyptic action films from the Mad Max franchise, which spans 1979 to 2015. He appears in the films Mad Max, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, and Mad Max: Fury Road. Created by director George Miller and producer Byron ...
Movie: Mad Max: Fury Road
Edward Thomas 'Tom' Hardy (born 15 September 1977) is an English actor. Hardy made his feature film debut in the war film Black Hawk Down in 2001. His other notable films include the science fiction film Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), the crime film RocknRolla (2008), the biographical psychological drama Bronson (2008), the science fiction thriller Inception (2010), the sports drama Warrior (2...
Movie: Beyond Thunderdome
Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, also known simply as Mad Max 3, is a 1985 Australian post-apocalyptic action adventure film co-directed by George Miller and George Ogilvie, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, and written by Miller and Terry Hayes. In this sequel to Mad Max 2, Max (Mel Gibson) is exiled into the desert by the corrupt ruler of Bartertown, Aunty Entity (Tina Turner), and there encounte...
Movie: Mad Max
Mad Max 1
Mad Max is the first movie in the Mad Max series and is sometimes referred to as 'Mad Max 1' or 'The Road Warrior'. It was released in 1979 and directed by George Miller from a story by Miller and producer Byron Kennedy. It also introduced Mel Gibson as a leading man. For initial release in the USA Mel Gibson's Australian accent was dubbed with an American voice. It's not c...
Movie: Writer/Director - All
George Miller AO (3 March 1945) is an Australian film director, screenwriter, producer, and former medical doctor. He is best known for his Mad Max franchise, but has been involved in a wide range of projects. These include the Academy Award-winning Babe and Happy Feet film series.
Miller is co-founder of the production houses Kennedy Miller Mitchell, formerly known as Kennedy Miller, and Dr. D St...
Movie: Mad Max
Mel Colm-Cille Gerard Gibson AO (born January 3, 1956) is an Australian/American actor and filmmaker. He is most well known as an action hero, for roles such as Martin Riggs in the Lethal Weapon buddy cop film series and Max Rockatansky in the first three films in the Mad Max post-apocalyptic action series.
He was born in Peekskill, New York, and moved with his parents to Sydney when he was 12 yea...
Mad Max: Fury Road sequel in jeopardy as George Miller sues Warner Bros
The follow-up to 2015's Mad Max: Fury Road may be headed straight to Valhalla.
Its director George Miller is currently locked in battle with Warner Bros., taking them to court in Australia over allegations the company failed to pay him an agreed multi-million dollar bonus for the film.
According to The Sydney Morning Herald, he claims the studio was contracted to pay him a $7 million bonus if ...
'Fury Road' Black and White Edition
Critics and audiences alike lapped up the dystopian brilliance of last year's Oscar-winning Mad Max: Fury Road, but it turns out we weren't even watching the version that director George Miller wanted to release.
Miller's favorite Fury Road is filmed in stark, striking black and white, and now the "Black and Chrome" edition is finally headed to home video as part of a just-a...
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