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Published On: Thu, Apr 3rd, 2014

‘Mad Max Fury Road’ conflicting plot details emerge as Tom Hardy looks rugged in photo

Director George Miller’s Mad Max Fury Road film began production in 2012 with reshoots last year offered a look at the star, Tom Hardy, as the titular character.

Surfacing on Reddit Hardy as is rugged as the Mel Gibson version, sitting atop a rig of some sort.

Fury Road was reportedly chapter one in a new trilogy, but Warner Bros has delayed the project several times adding to the uncontrollable delays of weather and casting.

The original plot was rumored to “pick up after 1985’s Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, and centers on Max and the “Five Wives,” a group of women Max must protect from the bad guys.”

Indiewire a different synopsis found via Exploring Tom Hardy which states the film takes place between the second and third Gibson films – check out the full synopsis below.

Along with Hardy the film co-stars Charlize Theron, Zoe Kravitz, Nicholas Hoult and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and is directed by Miller.

 Tom Hardy Mad Max Fury Road photo

 Synopsis:  

In the newest edition of the Mad Max series, he will be portrayed by the actor Tom Hardy, and will take place before the second installment. The story will fill the gap of how Max transitioned from a rogue police officer to a survivalist in the Outback as he was portrayed in the second and third film installment.

Shortly after avenging his wife and son’s death Max Rockatansky has left the MFP and he left for the Outback, and he is now on his own, as the world slowly plummets in the aftermath of the oil crisis and the global war. With nothing except his powerful Pursuit Special, Max now has to learn how to survive the post-apocalyptic wastelands and battle the fierce, ruthless warriors who inhabit them.

 

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