Movie fans who live near Southern California have a chance to get an up-close look at several screen-used costumes from George Miller’s Academy Award winning film Mad Max: Fury Road. The Warner Bros. Hollywood Studio Tour will feature as part of its “Stage 48: Script to Screen” interactive exhibit key cast costumes, including Tom Hardy’s Mad Max, Charlize Theron’s Imperator Furiosa, Richard Carter’s The Bullet Farmer, Angus Sampson’s Organic Mechanic, and John Howard’s People Eater.
Costume designer Jenny Beavan, who won this year’s Oscar for her costumes created for the film, also garnered the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Costume Design, and has nominations for Best Costume at the BAFTA Awards and the Costume Designers Guild Award for Excellence in Fantasy Film.
For $62 per person visitors to Warner Bros. Studio in Hollywood can take a three-hour tour, or for $295 they can take a deluxe six-hour tour, including a guided tour of the famous Warner Bros. backlot. Check out the Warner Bros. Studio Tour website for more information.
Check out this video preview of the Mad Max: Fury Road costumes displayed at the Studio:
Warner Bros. Studio Hollywood is located at 3400 Warner Boulevard in Burbank, CA.
Three other versions of hero costumes from Mad Max: Fury Road, including Mad Max’s outfit and Imperator Furiosa’s outfit with prosthetic borg arm, will also be displayed through April 20, 2016, at the FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Museum as part of 24th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibit. The FIDM is located at 919 South Grand Avenue, Suite 250, Los Angeles. Check out their website here for more details.