Tom Hardy Reveals He's Signed for Three More 'Mad Max' Movies

April 2, 2015
Source: Esquire

Mad Max: Fury Road

If the recent trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road got you excited for the insane summer blockbuster, then you'll be happy to know that Warner Bros. is hoping that it will launch a new franchise. In fact. the studio is so hopeful that in an interview with Esquire, Tom Hardy reveals that he's attached to three more Mad Max films. Keep in mind that doesn't mean these films are already in development, but when a studio puts together a blockbuster like this with sequel potential, they usually lock down their stars in advance now, not unlike Marvel Studios. And Hardy confirms as much when he speaks about the future potential of sequels.

On the potential of seeing him as Mad Max again, Hardy says, "Everything’s based on figures and how things are perceived. Inevitably it’s a business." Based on what we've seen in trailers so far, we're definitely on board for whatever is in store, but will general audiences turn out for a film that looks so out of this world? Here's how Hardy described the experience of making the film:

"We were in the middle of nowhere, so far away from the studio system that [Warner Bros] can’t really see what’s going on, and just getting things to and from the set was a nightmare. We’d lose half a vehicle in sand and have to dig it out. It was just this unit in the middle of x-million square-kilometres of desert, and then this group of lunatics in leathers, like a really weird S&M party, or a Hell’s Angels convention. It was like Cirque du Soleil meets fucking Slipknot."

That doesn't sound like it's for everybody, but if the action is any indicator, then maybe it'll hit a surprising sweet spot. Warner Bros. is anxious to get butts in the seats, especially in the United Kingdom, since ODEON Cinemas and Warner Bros Entertainment UK have decided to screen six minutes of Mad Max: Fury Road before showings of Furious 7. That's definitely a nice broad crowd to get on board a film like this, and considering all the vehicular mayhem we've seen in the trailers, it might be right up their alley. We're certainly hoping the film is not only good, but finds an audience as well. Thoughts?

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  • ragethorn
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  • Bo
    Sounds like a huge corporation, Warner Bros., planning on raking in large amounts of money. Yawn! However, I am planning on seeing this latest Mad Max endeavor because I've liked these films and I like George Miller at the helm of them. I also really like Tom Hardy. It's going to be very difficult to keep going to the same well over and over, but we'll see. If they put Hardy in any kind of cape, or colorful costume, or a metal suit and have him start flying all around and shit like that then I'm out!! Just jokin'. Would they do something like that?....nah!
  • I'll watch anything with Tom in it. It's shitty how greedy and corporate Hollywood is, but it is what it is.
  • cuckoozey
    "It was like Cirque du Soleil meets fucking Slipknot." Beautiful. As if I needed any more selling on seeing this movie...
    YISSSSSSSS...Now lock down the creative team.
  • Mike Zarquon
    Great idea for another three more movies. There are many great mythological stories to be told in a post apocalyptic world where Max could meet all types of weird machines created by humans and mutants. I hope they don't ruin those movies with too much CGI and over the top silly creatures just to get bums on seats.
  • avconsumer2
    Good. Smart. Excited for this franchise. Last thing they'd need is recasting after a successful showing.
  • Charles Knowlton
    Yes, yes, YES!!! This new Mad Max franchise is the BEST franchise EVER. I have never, ever seen a franchise as good as this new Mad max is gonna be. Bring on ten more please! I don't even need to see it to know it's the best movie ever!!!
  • AwesomeWave
    If this new one is really good, then great. Otherwise it's just Hollywood being lazy, saves them thinking of new ideas when the suits can just franchise-milk.




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