Mad Max: Fury Road has been lingering on our minds for a while; it sends us reminiscing as far back as the days when Mel Gibson was flitting around on a massive motorbike trying his best to look cool amidst the breakdown of society (glad he had his priorities straight).
Now - in time for the movie's 2015 release - we're hearing that George Miller's upcoming sequel has its own Mad Max museum. And what a lovely day for it, too!
From the very first Mad Max flick, Oscar-winner Miller proved a master at creating the gritty, bleak dystopian world and staging the incredible car stunts and crashes in the era when stuntmen, not computers, achieved the effects. And that's exactly what's on show here, at the celebratory display of 1981's Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.
The museum is definitely reminiscent of the kind of post-civilized militarism you see dripping from the pages of that Brendan McCarthy book. And as McCarthy is still credited as co-writer of the live-action Fury Road script, I look forward to seeing how much of his vision makes it into the finished flick...
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