Obviously missing from this Blu-ray disc are any special features. But the wealth of extras found on the Mad Max: Fury Road 4K Blu-ray have been ported over for this 1080p release, including deleted scenes, commentary tracks, featurettes, and trailers for the previous three Mad Max films. This release also includes the U.S. theatrical trailer.
Also on this disc are the following items:Region: A/P Lens: Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1)Sound: 2.0 DD 5.1 SurroundTransfer: AVCFeature: 1080pExtras: BD-Live Exceptional HD Dynamic Range, Deleted Scenes, King of the Road, Featurettes -- Part I (It's Hot Out There), Part II (Ruined, Still Smoking), Part III (The Harper's Bazaar of the Apocalypse), UltraViolet-On-Demand Code, Third Screen ContentRuntime: Extraordinary (100 minutes), Original (106 minutes)Packaging: Standard Blu-ray caseRelease Date: Nov 20, 2015ASIN: B00MCF2B5A
Excluding the score, which was composed by Junkie XL and the late Bruce Broughton, the film features no original music. Mad Max: Fury Road has no dialogue, apart from some brief on-screen patter every so often. Any sound heard throughout the film is either ambient or generated from recorded music.
IFC released the documentary about the film's production, Mad Max: Fury Road - Forget Everything. Act II, as part of the Mad Max: Fury Road Blu-ray boxset. Keough also had a lead role in the 1998 cult film On Deadly Ground, in which she played a DEA agent. She was seventeen at the time the film was made. In 2008, Keough was cast in the film version of Peter Pan, based on the events of the Mike Myers/Chris Farley comedy film Wayne's World. Keough portrayed Tinkerbell, Mike Myers' girlfriend in the film. The actress also voiced the character of Princess Anana in Titan A.E. (2005). 7211a4ac4a