Comedian Paul Savage envisions what might happen if Disney/Pixar got their hands on the Mad Max franchise, by simply applying the eyes from the vehicles in Cars to the deathmobiles from George Miller’s action flick. He needs to do this with The Fast & The Furious next.
This skit should really be titled Reasonable War Boy, but that doesn’t make this Late Night with Seth Meyers’ parody of Mad Max: Fury Road any less amusing. Seriously, you’d think they’d all be driving Priuses if they were so worried about guzzolene consumption.
Ezequiel López combined footage from the 1963 madcap comedy It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with audio from Mad Max: Fury Road, resulting in an action-packed car chase flick that we’d pay good money to see on the big screen.
(PG-13 language) Coma, the flamethrower guitar wielding freak from Mad Max: Fury Road, provides guitarists with tips and tricks to help them Doof out with their Doofs out. Man, we didn’t even think about all the bugs.
Riding on the coattails of Fury Road, Warner Bros. Interactive and Avalanche Studios have taken wraps of the “story” trailer for its upcoming combat/racing hybrid. Seems like way more action than plot, and we’re good with that.
The Wasteland meets the Mushroom Kingdom in Kris Sundberg’s hilarious remix of the Mad Max: Fury Road trailer peppered a few subtle elements from the world of Mario Kart. Thank you Mario, but our princess is in another fuel truck.
Finally, a trailer with hints of the plot. Someone stole something – someone? – from the bad guy, and uh, he wants it back. Also Max is thinking what you’re thinking: “It was hard to know who was more crazy – me, or everyone else.”
The Japanese trailer for George Miller’s upcoming Mad Max reboot reminds us of just the kind of thrills that can be had from an automotive action film that doesn’t have Furious in its title. Seriously, we cannot wait for this flick.
It’s shaping up to be the movie event of 2015, loaded with everything we love about Mad Max: insane cars, explosive chases, crazy costumes, dust clouds, and a cast of utter whack-jobs. Sorry, Mel, but we’re pretty sure we won’t miss you.
We didn’t know what to think of a Mad Max movie without Mel Gibson, but the trailer for the 2015 reboot looks totally awesome. It doesn’t hurt that director George Miller is back at the helm. Stars Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron.
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