George Miller on his bleak new Fury Road: Black and Chrome Blu-ray release

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Oct 19, 2016

Mad Max: Fury Road's Black and Chrome Special Edition comes roaring onto home video this December, and in anticipation of its monochromatic remastering, Warner Bros. and Yahoo Movies have released a new featurette starring director George Miller discussing this upcoming alternate version and the inspirations behind why he wanted a black-and-white deliverance of his latest Mad Max masterwork. Apparently this stark vision of the movie came back during musical scoring sessions for The Road Warrior, when a cheap, crude black-and-white "dupe" print was played for composer Brian May.   Miller considers this new variant of the movie to be the best version of his film, and fans can decide for themselves when this colorless Black and Chrome Edition of Mad Max: Fury Road blasts into their lives on Dec. 6 in a limited-edition, two-film set that includes both the full color and monochrome cuts, and packed with a new intro by George Miller himself. 

Hit the gas and check out this fresh peek at the bleak beauty of Fury Road in striking black and white!

(Via Collider)

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