The Black and White Version of Max Max: Fury Road Will Be Released Dec. 6

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December 6. Mark it down. That’s when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is releasing the long-rumored, and previously only internationally available, “Black and Chrome” version of Mad Max: Fury Road. And that’s not all: the company is releasing the whole franchise in one box set.

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The black and white version of Fury Road is something we’ve covered a lot in the past. But now it’s really real.

One way to get it is as part of the Mad Max High Octane Collection. It features Mad Max, The Road Warrior, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, and last year’s Mad Max: Fury Road in one collection, along with a slew of special features. Among those features is the Black and Chrome version of Fury Road, a version Miller himself has long wanted to make public.

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But here’s some even better news. You don’t have to buy the full box set to get the Black and Chrome version if you don’t want to. It’ll also be available on its own disc, along with a special introduction by Miller.

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So grab some spray paint and get ready. December 6 is going to be a lovely, lovely day. Find out more about the features at the below link.

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Entertainment Reporter for io9/Gizmodo

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Stupid question, but I am genuinely curious. How is the picture of the black & white version on the blu-ray any different to me just changing the colour & contrast settings on my tv so it’s in black & white? Is it a different cut of the film or is there something else different about the picture of the version on the disc that would be difficult or impossible for me to do on my own?