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Mad Max 4 Fury Road

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dfelt    1,869

So I missed this in October but so did many others I suspect. A 4th installment in the beloved Mad Max series, MAD MAX 4 FURY ROAD!

Features a Bad Ass Holden Ute!

http://www.madmaxmovies.com/mad-max-4-fury-road/fury-road-cars/fx-holden-ute/index.html

The Interceptor

http://www.madmaxmovies.com/mad-max-4-fury-road/fury-road-cars/fury-road-interceptor/index.html

Charese Theron is in the movie, new images of her online being bald for the movie and it is being filmed in Australia!

Looking forward to this bad ass movie. I hope they do the franchise proud!

Interesting Cast: The lovely blonde from Transformers is in the movie too I see.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1392190/

Enjoy! :P

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ocnblu    776

Whoa boy, is that Tom Hardy? Nice.

And Charlize Theron was good in Snow White.

Also you have Elvis Presley's granddaughter in there, Riley Keough. His looks were passed down through her mother to her.

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dfelt    1,869

Whoa boy, is that Tom Hardy? Nice.

And Charlize Theron was good in Snow White.

Also you have Elvis Presley's granddaughter in there, Riley Keough. His looks were passed down through her mother to her.

Yea, I am very excited for this movie, the more I review what pictures and writting has been done, the more I think this will be a very good movie!

I am interested in how they will tie it all together since no way in hell they wanted Mel Gibson back.

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