Crazy Chase Scene From Mad Max: Fury Road Has Been Remade With Go-Karts

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You have to watch this. Now.

A smash hit at the box office, it won’t be long before Mad Max: Fury Road will be available as a video game. To promote that fact, WB Games sponsored this epic short film shot in Utah by filmmaker Devin Graham, which recreates the awesome chase scene from the movie using go-karts, paintball guns and actors that look like they were borrowed directly from the film.

Remember that go-karts are really, really slow, and paintball guns are about as powerful as flicking a rubber band, and you’ll be able to better appreciate the brilliant production values.

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