‘Mad Max’ Mash-Ups With ‘Mario Kart,’ ‘Star Wars’ Create Delightful Parody Trailers [Video]

Mad Max: Fury Road opened in movie theaters last week and continues to perform well against some pretty tough competition including Pitch Perfect 2 and Tomorrowland.

Starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, the Mad Max sequel reportedly cost a cool $150 million to make. Last week, along with Pitch Perfect 2, Max helped knock a few superheroes by the name of the Avengers down to third place in the early summer box office battle.

Rated R, Mad Max: Fury Road currently holds an unbelievable 98 percent Rotten Tomatoes score, the highest-rated of all movies currently in theaters. Though it is expected to finish lower on the box office income scale this weekend due to the release of Tomorrowland and the Poltergeist reboot, it is still being talked about as one of the best movies of the summer.

Critics and moviegoers have been favorable with their reviews of Mad Max but perhaps it is the creative Mad Max fans creating custom mash-up trailers that are proving they enjoy the film the most.

Take, for instance, “Mario Kart: Fury Road,” Mad Max’s journey through the beloved Nintendo game that has dystopian cars slipping on banana peels and catapulting into the air to gain points. Mario’s voice adds some humorous sound effects to the intense Mad Max car chases.

Watch it here.

And for the female Mad Max fans, a girl power centered Mad Max/Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt mashup has Charlize Theron proving that “females are strong as hell!”

Watch it here.

For the Mad Max sci-fi fans, we have the mix of the Mad Max sound bites and music set to the Interstellar trailer visuals.

Watch it here.

But if you are a true movie fan, you are probably eagerly awaiting one of the most highly-anticipated films of the year, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this Christmas. Until then, check out “Mad Max: The Force Awakens,” the visuals of Mad Max set to the audio of the Star Wars trailer.

If these trailers don’t seem to be enough to help you get your Mad Max fix, remember you can catch the full-length, un-mashed-up version in theaters now.

[Image courtesy of Mashable.]