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Mad Max High Octane Collection and B&W Fury Road coming December 2016

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Shiny, chrome, and just in time for Xmas

We've waited a long time for a black and white version of Mad Max: Fury Road, and this December we'll finally get it. On December 6th, Mad Max: Fury Road - Black and Chrome Edition will hit Blu-ray. All will be right with the world.

This B&W version of Fury Road will be available in two forms. You can buy a new Blu-Ray of Fury Road, which comes with both the color and B&W versions of the movie as well as a new video introduction with director George Miller. The Black and Chrome Fury Road will also be part of the Mad Max High Octane Collection, which includes all of the films in the series (Mad Max, The Road Warrior, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Mad Max: Fury Road) as well as a new behind-the-scenes documentary called Road War, which features Miller, writer/producer Terry Hayes, and Mel Gibson discussing the series.

Mad Max: Fury Road Black and Chrome Edition will retail for $29.98, while the Mad Max High Octane Collection will retail for $79.99 on Blu-ray and $54.97 on DVD.

Start counting them pennies, people.

Are you looking forward to seeing Mad Max: Fury Road in B&W? Below is a reminder of what that looks like. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

[via /Film]

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