George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road topped a poll of Australian critics picks for the best movies of the 2000s.
Mad Max: Fury Road stands as one of the greatest movies of this decade though it's still young enough that not all of it's intimate secrets have been dissected by fans yet.
Director George Miller is suing Warner Bros. over a money dispute, putting the Mad Max: Fury Road sequel in jeopardy.
Gal Gadot reveals that before becoming Wonder Woman she almost starred as Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road instead of Charlize Theron.
Oscar-winner Charlize Theron will do a Mad Max: Fury Road prequel whenever George Miller is ready.
Zoe Kravitz confirms that Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron didn't get along while filming George Miller's epic Mad Max: Fury Road.
Director/creator George Miller teases that scripts for two Mad Max sequels are ready to go, and they will happen if the planets align.
Tom Hardy has signed on for three Mad Max movies, but he isn't sure when Mad Max Fury Road 2 will happen.
Mad Max: Fury Road Black and Chrome Edition is finally available for everyone to watch who doesn't want to buy the Blu-ray set.
Warner Bros. has confirmed that the 'Black & Chrome' version of Max Max: Fury Road will be included in two Blu-ray collections this December.
A new video features footage compiled from various sources that features raw footage from Mad Max Fury Road without any CGI enhancements.
George Miller's long-awaited black and white cut of Mad Max: Fury Road will be included in a special German collector's edition this fall.
Charlize Theron says it was an honorto play Furiosa, and would love to portray her again in Mad Max: Fury Road 2.
Mad Max: Fury Road takes home the most Oscars, although it failed to win in the big catagories.
Director George Miller reveals what happened to his original Mad Max 4, and why it never happen.
George Miller clarifies that a black-and-white version of Mad Max: Fury Road won't hit theaters, but you'll be able to see it elsewhere.
Mad Max: Fury Road took home nine awards and Fargo won four during the 2016 Critics Choice Awards which took place last night.
Director George Miller reveals that his comments about not making any more Mad Max movies were taken entirely out of context.
Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller says that he's done making Mad Max movies, hinting he wants to pass the franchise to another director.
George Miller reveals that his Mad Max: Fury Road follow-up may not be entitled Mad Max: Wasteland, while hinting at Furiosa's return.