We’ve teamed up with the excellent movie tribute t-shirt website Stealthy Giant to promote the launch of their new t-shirt the Hi-Octane Universal Donor, inspired by the movie Mad Max: Fury Road , (featured above).
It comes with a replica of the Immortan Joe’s Skull Logo printed on the front left breast and has the full text of the tattoo which was forcibly grafted onto Max in the movie, as an upside down back-print.
To be in with a chance of winning this t-shirt in a size of your choosing simply click onto Stealthy Giant’s Facebook page HERE and like and share their give-away post.
Alternatively you can now purchase the Hi-Octane Universal Donor t-shirt from their main website HERE.
Unless you live under a wasteland rock, feeding off of two headed desert lizards then you’ll know just how much praise is being heaped upon George Miller’s fourth Mad Max film Fury Road and for good reason.
Even if you’ve yet to watch this action movie masterpiece you can still wonder at the concept art for the project, samples of which have been released ahead of the launch of the official book of Fury Road concept art, which you can buy here.
Apparently 2000 AD comics artist Brendan McCarthy had that much of influence on the project through his art he landed co-writing credit on Fury Road.
After the release of a fantastic teaser trailer earlier this year director George Miller has now dropped a glorious and exciting looking theatrical trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road.
The fourth installment in the Max franchise will be released on May 15th and stars Charlize Theron, Nicholas Holt and Tom Hardy in the iconic role of “Mad” Max Rockatansky, made famous originally by Mel Gibson.
I don’t know about you but I am ridiculously excited about this film.
Here’s the first official trailer for George Miller’s forthcoming Mad Max reboot: Mad Max: Fury Road.
Yes the lead character has been re-cast with Tom Hardy taking over the Interceptor hot seat, but apart from that this has the Road Warriror stamped all over it. I’ve waited a long time for another Mad Max movie and judging what’s on offer through the trailer, it looks like the wait was worth it.
The plot of Fury Road rattles along like so:
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and mostly everyone is crazed, fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There’s Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos. And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland.
Mad Max: Fury Road is set for release in May 2015.
Here’s some sneaky footage from Namibia of some amazing looking vehicles in action which are set to feature in Mad Max: Road Fury. From the initial appearance of these cars it appears George Miller is steering the movie towards the original apocalyptic look and feel of Road Warrior.
What we do know is filming wrapped on December and this footage is apparently from extra scenes Miller planned on shooting. Apparently the rest of 2013 will be taken up CGI work and converting the movie into twat dazzling 3D, (which is a shame), with a planned end of year release.
The good news is Miller has shot two movies back-to-back, this one and Mad Max: Furiosa and Mel Gibson has a cameo role in the first credited only as ‘Drifter’.