Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer Brings Rat Rod and Desert Female Warrior Anarchy

Did you remember to have your healthy two liters of water today? Well, you can scrap all this, as there will be no water in the future - at least this what happens in the version depicted in Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth installment of franchise, which is due to hit us in 2015.
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In between displaying superb cosplay and offering us the freshest news in the industry, this year’s Comic-Con has brought us the trailer for the future Mad Max movie and boy oh boy do things look majestic.

Director George Miller has revived his own franchise, using his characteristic style, but with tons and tons of added intensity, from the special effects, to the ferocity of the action.

Mel Gibson is no longer here, having been replaced by Tom Hardy, who seems to have picked up quite a lot of the elements that made Max a hero among car enthusiasts. We seem to be taken in the midst of the action from “The Road Warrior”, but this time we have a hot (literally) new component - a group of desert amazons, if you like, led by Furiosa (Charlize Teron).

We have only only gripe here - why can’t Miller just let Max’ Interceptor do its supercharged job? Yes, we know this is a spoiler, but we really hate to see the Aussie muscle car bet scrapped once again.

Aside from Hardy and Theron, the cast includes stars such as Nathan Jones, Zoe Kravitz, Riley Keough, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and others. Until “Mad Max: Fury Road” hits theaters in both 2D and 3D forms, you can feast your petrol-thirsty minds on the trailer below.

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