Movies WB Releases MAD MAX Legacy Trailer Celebrating All Four Films written by Robert Reineke April 15, 2015 I don’t think there’s anything new in the latest trailer released online by Warner Bros. for MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, but it’s nice to see that they’re not running away from the franchises history but rather embracing it. Here’s the new trailer. It really makes the case that MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is of a piece with the originals, albeit bigger and crazier, and certainly it catches some of the highlights of George Miller’s career. And I’m always up for seeing THE ROAD WARRIOR spotlighted again. Frankly, I consider all of the MAD MAX films, beyond the original, as legends told by various people rather than strict canon. And I think that’s the best way to enjoy them. Take the concept and tell a grand adventure with continuity well down on the list of concerns, like The Man With No Name trilogy. WB Releases MAD MAX Legacy Trailer Celebrating All Four Films was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Robert Reineke Related Mad MaxMad Max Beyond ThunderdomeMad Max: Fury RoadThe Road Warrior 3 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Robert Reineke previous post WONDER WOMAN Finds A New Director In Patty Jenkins! next post See The BATMAN V SUPERMAN Trailer In IMAX! You may also like HERCULES Trailer Unleashed! March 25, 2014 Retro Review: MAD MAX March 1, 2015 First Trailer For The ROBOCOP Remake September 5, 2013 Second GODZILLA Trailer Asserts Nature’s Dominance February 26, 2014 Open Forum: SPY June 4, 2015 MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Releases One Last... March 31, 2015 Rumor: Chris Pratt Eyed For INDIANA JONES January 27, 2015 The Fear of Artificial Intelligence in Hollywood:... April 7, 2015 Another New Trailer Showcases The Force Of... September 4, 2013 James Bond: First Image And Video From... February 12, 2015 Michael Lalaian This is probably my favorite trailer thus far! Now I have no excuse, I really need to get those three films and watch them post haste. Robert Reineke If you have to prioritize, make THE ROAD WARRIOR the priority. It helpfully recaps MAD MAX in the beginning and is the best of the original three. stock One of the few movies I’m actually looking forward to. Gonna see it even if it sucks. Tom Hardy has become my favorite actor. See Locke and The Drop for recent examples of how good he is. He seems a little passive as Max, but they may be holding out on us.