Movies It’s a Lovely Day for a new MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Trailer written by Robert Reineke December 10, 2014 Usually when a director comes back to a franchise after decades off the results can be iffy. PROMETHEUS, INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL, and the STAR WARS prequels certainly weren’t as received as well as their predecessors. With that said, the new trailer for MAD MAX: FURY ROAD looks as bold as any of George Miller’s previous films. Here’s the new trailer. There’s some incredible and crazy action here, on a scale not seen in any previous film in the series. It looks new and yet it’s obviously directed by George Miller. And, if the rumors are true and the film is one long chase scene, we may be only scratching the surface of the action. Ponder that for a second on a trailer that already looks more action packed than anything in recent memory. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD has been gestating a long time, with comic book artist Brendan McCarthy working with George Miller on it which implies that there’s going to be a lot of strong visual storytelling and unique images. I’m all in for this. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD releases on May 15, 2015. Let us know what you think. It’s a Lovely Day for a new MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Trailer was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Robert Reineke Related Mad Max: Fury Road 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Robert Reineke previous post Marvel’s AGENT CARTER Is Dressed To Thrill In New Poster next post Learn About AGENT CARTER’s First Two Missions You may also like Interstellar Goes IMAX April 16, 2013 New TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION Poster March 12, 2014 Brand New INTERSTELLAR Trailer Explores The Cost... July 30, 2014 MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Reveals First Poster July 23, 2014 IMAX Goes “Behind The Frame” With THE... October 1, 2013 AWARDS SEASON AND THE SUPERHERO: ACADEMY AWARDS... February 29, 2016 OPEN FORUM: FURIOUS 7 April 2, 2015 STRANGE MAGIC Review January 23, 2015 Film Review: GRAVITY October 3, 2013 JURASSIC WORLD: Meet Indominus Rex January 29, 2015 stock Looks pretty crazy! But for some reason, Tom Hardy looks a little more Sad Max than Mad Max.