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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Black & Chrome Edition to Make Theatrical Debut at SpectreFest

Though the version of Mad Max: Fury Road we saw in theaters last year was bursting with color, director George Miller has been staunch in his belief that “the best version of this movie is black and white.” So a few weeks ago, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced it’d be releasing the fabled “Black and Chrome Edition” of the film […] The post ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Black & Chrome Edition to Make Theatrical Debut at SpectreFest appeared first on /Film.
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