'Mad Max: Fury Road' TV Spots, Posters & Banners Roundup

To call the marketing around Mad Max: Fury Road explosive would undersell just how loud and bombastic the film's trailers and posters have been. From what we've seen, Fury Road looks to be one nonstop car chase, chock-full of frenetic action, set against the grit and grime of a desolated post-apocalyptic desert which, somehow, manages to appears really stylish.

Now, we have two new TV spots (watch the first one above) and a whole batch of banners and posters that display that same stylish bombast.

Check them out:

Mad Max Fury Road Banner Charlize Theron Tom Hardy
Mad Max Fury Road Banner
Mad Max Fury Road Banner Nicholas Hoult
Mad Max Fury Road Poster Tom Hardy
Mad Max Fury Road Poster Charlize Theron
Mad Max Fury Road Poster Charlize Theron Tom Hardy

Fury Road brings director George Miller back to the Mad Max franchise after 30 years, and it seems the director has taken the insanity of his first trilogy and dialed it up to 11. With heroes that already look as if they've been through hell, covered in dirt and oil, to trucks and tankers on fire and an absolutely nightmare-inducing villain - you can see why Fury Road easily found a spot as one of our most anticipated films of 2015.

The "righteous cause" Max is looking for will be aiding Furiosa and the women she's rescued by crossing the vast desert and reaching her homeland. There, they'll be safe from the vile Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) and his gang of madmen, but it's the desert that may in fact be their toughest obstacle.

What have you thought of the marketing for Mad Max: Fury Road? Has its insane, bombastic trailers and posters made you excited to revisit the desert with Mad Max? Let us hear what you think in the comments below!

Mad Max: Fury Road opens in theaters on May 15th, 2015.

Source: Warner Bros.

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