For the first time ever ALL FOUR of the Mad Max films from the visionary mind of George Miller will be on 4K UltraHD thanks to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s upcoming MAD MAX ANTHOLOGY.
Making their debut on 4K Ultra High Definition are Mad Max The Road Warrior and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. The sequels will be part of the anthology as well as made available individually for the first time. Mad Max debuted in 1979 with Mel Gibson playing the role of Max in the apocalyptic future until Tom Hardy played the role in 2015s Mad Max Fury Road.
Save your pennies because the set will be up for sale on November 2nd.
The official press release didn’t include which flavor of HDR we’ll get. It did, however, mention that The Road Warrior, Beyond Thunderdome and Fury Road will have a Dolby Atmos track.
Mad Max (1979) was directed by Miller from a screenplay by Miller & James McCausland and a story by Miller and Byron Kennedy. The film was produced by Kennedy and stars Mel Gibson as Max Rockatansky, Joanne Samuel as Jesse Rockatansky, and Hugh Leays-Byrne as the Toecutter.
Mad Max The Road Warrior (1981) was directed by Miller and written by Miller, Terry Hayes & Brian Hannant. It was produced by Kennedy and stars Gibson as Max, Bruce Spence as the Gyro Captain, Mike Preston as Pappagallo, Max Phipps as Toadie, Vernon Wells as Wez, Emil Minty as the Feral Kid, and Kjell Nilsson as The Hummungus.
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) was co-directed by Miller and George Ogilvie and written by Miller and Terry Hayes. It was produced by Miller and stars Gibson as Max, Tina Turner as Auntie Entity, Bruce Spence as Jedediah, and Angelo Rossitto as Master.
Mad Max Fury Road (2015) was directed by Miller and written by Miller, Brendan McCarthy & Nico Lathouris. It was produced by Miller, Doug Mitchell and PJ Voeten. The film stars Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky, Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa, Nicholas Hoult as Nux, Hugh Keays-Byrne as Immortan Joe, Rose Huntington-Whitely as The Splendid Angharad, Riley Keough as Capable, Zoe Kravitz as Toast the Knowing, and Abbey Lee as The Dag.
This all we’re getting for extras and they were previous released:
Mad Max The Road Warrior
- Introduction by Leonard Maltin
- Commentary by Director George Miller and Cinematographer Dean Semler
- Road War: The Making of Road Warrior
Until we can hold the set in our hands check out the cover art below.