Saving belong to the mad in this new mashup trailer - where Mad Max: Fury Road meets the real-world madness of Black Friday.
Mel Gibson got his start in the original Mad Max. Here are his thoughts on George Miller's franchise revival in Fury Road.
Rumor has it a Mad Max: Fury Road prequel - exploring Furiosa's (Charlie Theron) backstory - has already begun pre-production.
The long awaited, color-free director's edition of Mad Max: Fury Road is coming to U.S. audiences just in time for the holiday season.
One of the special features from the Mad Max: Fury Road special edition DVD reveals just how real the film's explosive moments were.
A international Mad Max Blu-ray collection contains the long-rumored black-and-white version of Fury Road among its bonus features.
This list of winners has been revealed for the 2016 MTV Movie Awards, which was pre-taped to air tonight on MTV.
The Force Awakens gets public approval at this British people's choice awards for Oscar snubs
The 2016 MTV Movie Award nominations have been announced, with Deadpool and Star Wars: The Force Awakens having both amassed multiple nominations.
Check out the list of winners at the 88th Annual Academy Awards and find out what films won big during the 2016 Oscars ceremony.
Empire Magazine's 2016 award nominees include such acclaimed tentpoles as Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Mad Max: Fury Road.
True-life drama Spotlight takes the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, alongside TV shows such as House of Cards and Game of Thrones.
George Miller's Mad Max: Fury road wins Best Picture and Best Director at the Australian Academy International Awards.
Director George Miller reveals that we can, in fact, expect to see a black and white silent version of Mad Max: Fury Road in the near future.
Which movies, actors, and filmmakers were nominated for Academy Awards in 2016 - and which ones were largely (or entirely) passed over for Oscars?
Mad Max director George Miller assures fans that he plans to make more movies in the franchise, despite reports to the contrary.
Director George Miller is quoted as having said that he's done making Mad Max films, following the release of Mad Max: Fury Road.
George Miller has plans for Mad Max, but there's a chance he might not see them all happen. Would he be willing to pass the series to a new director?