Strap yourself in for some of the rawest footage you've seen in a while, and lots of explosions.
"Batman v Superman" star Henry Cavill also revealed he hadn't heard anything about George Miller producing "Justice League."
It was a lovely day for "Mad Max: Fury Road," which won six Oscars at the 2016 Academy Awards, including for Best Editing and Best Sound Editing.
The second half of our look at superhero movies that could have been include J.J. Abrams' "Superman," Joss Whedon's "Wonder Woman" and more.
Director George Miller reveals how his "Justice League" film fell apart despite having a script, cast and production designs.
Director George Miller insists there are still plans to release a black-and-white version of the film, complete with commentary.
Contrary to a widespread report, the Oscar-nominated director insists he has two more "Mad Max" stories to tell.
Co-writer/designer Brendan McCarthy shares with SPINOFF the secret origins of "Fury Road," his Oscar expectations, and concept art for scenes too wild for the big screen.
Someone is selling an Australian Ford Falcon -- the vehicle of choice for Mel Gibson's character, Max Rockatansky, in George Miller's "Mad Max."
New images offer a glimpse at what could have been, had Megan Gale been the one to bring the iconic hero to life.
The director revealed that Charlize Theron's fan-favorite character won't appear in the film's direct sequel.
The "Mad Max" director discussed how he would frame a Superman film, what effects he planned to use in his ill-fated "Justice League" film and more.
The "Restoration" and "Family of Rogues" episodes will bring back the recurring "Arrowverse" players ahead of their "Legends of Tomorrow" debut.
Though he has spoken with Warner Bros., the "Mad Max" director revealed that rumors about his involvement with "Man of Steel 2" are "not true."
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Tom Hiddleston discusses where Loki fits into the Marvel Universe; Simon Kinberg explains Apocalypse's "cosmic" look and more.
Director George Miller's post-apocalyptic action film will return to IMAX theaters nationwide beginning Sept. 11.
"Death of Superman Lives" director John Schnepp has heard that "Mad Max: Fury Road" director George Miller will helm the "Man of Steel" sequel.
Ahead of the Blu-ray and DVD release, three deleted scenes from George Miller's post-apocalyptic action film have made their way online.