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Sci-Fi films can range from great to terrible, and throughout the 1970s, there were some from either side.
The '80s was a huge decade for sci-fi; consequently, some fantastic films ended up being overlooked, while others became a tad overhyped.
From Mad Max: Fury Road to Atomic Blonde, here are some of the very best movies Charlize Theron has starred in, according to Rotten Tomatoes.
It's been four years since Mad Max: Fury Road blasted into theaters, but progress on a sequel has been slow. George Miller remains confident, however.
The Thunderdome from Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome is one of the most famous setpieces from the franchise. Here's how the arena works.
The Mad Max franchise is packed full of dangerous characters - and these are the most terrifying of them all.
The Mad Max: Fury Road comics provide some backstory for the 2015 film, including how Max's Pursuit Special vehicle is suddenly back.
Hugh Keays-Byrne has played not one, but two iconic roles in the Mad Max franchise. Here's how he crafted Toecutter and Immortan Joe.
Rick And Morty Season 3 episode 2 "Rickmancing The Stone" is essentially one big tribute to Mad Max. Here's how the show made Mad Max funny.
According to a new rumor, a sequel to George Miller’s widely acclaimed action film Mad Max: Fury Road is beginning to finally move forward.
Despite a script existing for Mad Max: The Wasteland, the long-awaited sequel to Fury Road still hasn't happened. Let's examine the reasons why.
Peter Pound, the principle vehicle designer on Mad Max: Fury Road, brings his unique apocalyptic vision to World of Tanks Blitz in this exclusive art.
Stranger Things season 3 moves into 1985 - opening up the door for a whole new set of movies to homage. We pick out the must-reference films.
Mad Max: Fury Road spared no expense to give us one of the most realistic action movies of all time.
The AT&T-Time Warner merger gives AT&T access to a massive range of franchises, ranging from the DC superheroes to A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Mad Max: Fury Road star Charlize Theron exclusively tells Screen Rant that she's ready to do George Miller's Furiosa solo movie.
New details have emerged on the Mad Mad: Fury Road lawsuit between George Miller and Warner Bros., which is holding up two planned sequels.
"Mad Max is caught up with a group of people fleeing across the Wasteland in a War Rig driven by the Imperator Furiosa. This movie is an account of the Road War which follows. It is based on the Word Burgers of the History Men and eyewitness accounts of those who survived." --Director George Miller