Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer Thunders In

max3.jpg
max1.jpg
max2.jpg

Having spent years festering in development hell, suffered extensive reshoots back and soared way over budget in 2012 – Max is finally back.

We feared we might never see Mad Max: Fury Road, written and directed by keeper of the franchise George Miller and starring Tom Hardy as the hardy desert wanderer seeking peace of mind after his wife and child are killed, but this debut trailer suggests it will have been worth the wait.

Once more set in a dystopian hell-hole where the last scraps of humanity battle for survival, including gangs and ravagers in hulking great vehicles, what looks to set this latest in the franchise apart is that the action, with some slow-motion, high-definition action set pieces promising spectacular things.

But don’t take our word for it – check the latest trailer below.

Mad Max: Fury Road is out in cinemas early next year

Comments

More

The first trailer for Spider-Man Homecoming looks absolutely badass

Our Spidey senses are tingling

by Chris Sayer
09 Dec 2016

The Rock and Zac Efron star in the first trailer for Baywatch

Slow-mo running included (obviously)

by Joe Ellison
08 Dec 2016

Sling your eyes onto this new 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' teaser

Looks like Marvel Studios has another winner on its hands

by Chris Sayer
08 Dec 2016

Tom Hanks and Emma Watson explore the dark side of Silicon Valley

Imagine Tom Hanks in an extended episode of Black Mirror

by Emily Badiozzaman
07 Dec 2016

The ultimate movie trailer mashup of 2016 will rock your world

Featuring the best bits from 2016's greatest cinematic moments

by Tom Fordy
06 Dec 2016

These movie opening sequences have just been voted the greatest ever

Even better than Alan Partridge doing the Spy Who Loved Me

by Tom Fordy
06 Dec 2016

Bernardo Bertolucci vehemently denies Last Tango rape accusations

06 Dec 2016

The trailer for the new Mummy is here

Can Tom Cruise outact Brendan Fraser?

by Emily Badiozzaman
05 Dec 2016

Why Rocky is the most important film about masculinity ever made

As the film turns 40, here's why the boxing saga is so much more than an underdog story

by Tom Fordy
01 Dec 2016

We asked men to tell us which movies make them cry

...and then we definitively ranked their pain

by Sam Diss
30 Nov 2016