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CANNES: "Mad Max: Fury Road" roared into the Cannes Film Festival Thursday, injecting a thunderous dose of commercial horsepower and introducing Tom Hardy in the role that made Mel Gibson famous.The movie got a Hollywood premiere last week that saw 59-year-old Gibson publicly pass the torch to 37-year-old Hardy."Fury Road" is part sequel, part reimagining of the Mad Max films. George Miller, the 70-year-old Australian director who conceived and has directed "Mad Max" throughout – while also making pleasing family movies "Babe" and "Happy Feet" – happily admitted it is "a big sort of bombastic movie".Abbey Lee (The Dag), left, Courtney Eaton (Cheedo the Fragile), Zoe Kravitz (Toast the Knowing), Charlize Theron (Imperator Furiosa) and Riley Keough (Capable) in action adventure film "Mad Max: Fury Road".Miller said that, though it had a multinational cast and half its budget put up by U.S. studio Warner Brothers, "Fury Road" was "definitely an Australian film".
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