In a nutshell: explosions, cars, and guns.
Reboots and remakes are very much the Hollywood agenda these days. Sometimes they turn out to be awesome and other times, well, the studio simply shouldn’t have even bothered. But we have high hopes for the long-awaited Mad Max follow-up, appropriately titled Mad Max: Fury Road. Slated to arrive in theatres on May 15, the new film reportedly spent "25 years in development hell," according to its director George Miller.
Instead of Mel Gibson playing Max, British actor Tom Hardy steps into the roll, along with co-star Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa. Explosions, guns, and car chases in the desert. You’re about to see plenty of all three.