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The Mad Max Fury Road Film Navy is for sale in Australia

The Mad Max Fury Road Film Navy is for sale in Australia

An auction ending Sunday in Australia will feature 13 vehicles from the 2015 Dystopian blockbuster Mad Max Fury Road, which will delight collectors.

Charlize Theron Furiosa or Razor Cola, a Ford Falcon XP Coupe GT character pilot who took Max Rogadansky, a large tanker truck, the Kerkantuan Warrik: a part of George Miller’s Matte Screen Award for Best Picture as part of the savvy Armada.

They should not stay in a warehouse, they should be there and get the respect they deserveLloyds auction car expert Geoff McKeev said.

Preserving a portion of cinema history

McKeev said the sale has attracted global interest, including at casinos in Las Vegas and the Burning Man Festival in the United States. Although he does not want to leave them. “Go low cost“It simply came to our notice then.

Owners will only be selling 13 vehicles together in an effort to preserve a portion of cinema history, while sales close on Sunday.

Even if no cars were allowed on the street, it would not be possible, McKeev said, adding that police would stop. “Animal“Like”Gigahorse“, Two 1959 Cadillac coupe from Devil.”When I first saw her I wondered if I had had a heart attack“, he said.

The film’s success elevated the cult status of the Australian Dystopian action series, with its iconic protagonist first played by Mel Gibson in 1979.

Mad Max: Fury Road – Official Main Trailer [HD] – 28/12/2020
The world May 2015 is a crazy favorite. Returning to the world of Road Warrior, Max Rogadansky. Mad Max, haunted by his turbulent past, believes that wandering alone is the best way to survive. Nevertheless, he is swept away by a group of fleeing Wasteland run by a warlord named Furiosa. They escape from a tyrannical castle by Immorton Joe, and something irreparable is taken from him. Angered, the warrior marshals all his troops and mercilessly pursues the rebels in a high-octane road battle. Tom Hardy (“The Dark Knight Rises”) plays the title role in “Mad Max: Fury Road” – the fourth in franchise history. Oscar-winning Charlize Theron (“Monster,” “Prometheus”) plays the importer, Furiosa. The film stars Nicholas Holt (“X-Men: Days of the Future Fast”) Knuckles; Hugh Keys-Byron (“Mad Max,” “Sleeping Beauty”) Immorton Joe; And Nathan Jones (“Conan the Barbarian”) as Rictus Erectus. Also known as The Wives, Joe Cravits (“Divergent”) plays Toast, Riley Keef (“Magic Mike”) is talented, Rosie Huntington-Whitley (“Transformers: The Dark of the Moon”) is amazing, and supermodel Abe Lee The Dog and Courtney Eden is fragile. Also featured in the film are Josh Hellman as Slit, Jennifer Hagan as Miss Kitty, and singer / songwriter / artist as IODA Coma-Doof Warrior. Well known Australian actors include John Howard and Richard Carter, supermodel Megan Gale, Angus Sampson, Joy Smithers, Gillian Jones, Melissa Jaffer and Melita Juricik. Oscar-winning filmmaker George Miller (“Happy Feed”) directs the film from a screenplay he co-wrote with Brendan McCarthy and Nico Latouris. Miller also co-produces the film with Oscar nominee Doug Mitchell (“Babe”, “Happy Feed”) and PJ Woden, a longtime production partner. Ian Smith, Graham Burke and Bruce Berman are the executive producers. The behind-the-scenes creative team includes Oscar-winning photography director John Seal (“The English Patient”), production designer Colin Gibson (“Babe”), editor Margaret Sixel (“Happy Feed”), and Oscar-winning costume designer. Jenny Bevan (“A Room with a Vision”), Action Unit Director and Stunt Coordinator Guy Norris (“Australia”), and makeup designer Leslie Vanderwald (“Recognition”). Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, Kennedy Miller Mitchell production, a George Miller film, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” The film is scheduled for release on May 15, 2015, and will be distributed in selected areas by Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures. — Follow us: Pre-order audio now: iTunes: Amazon:

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