Mad Max: Fury Road continues to make headlines months after its release thanks to three deleted scenes that have just hit the web. While the first is quite lackluster and features Max and crew gazing off into the distance ahead of their climactic final battle, the second and third seem as if they could have fit within the confines of the final cut. The second shows a mother pleading for her baby to be allowed on the lift to the luxury areas of the Citadel. When the baby's denied, the mother takes her breast out and is promptly given access to the lift in place of her newborn. Finally, the third probably just missed the final edit as Immortan Joe delivers a rallying call to his soldiers as Miss Giddy looks on. Afterwards, the scene transitions to the bodies of Angharad and Miss Giddy being attacked by crows, which would have let viewers know what happened to her after disappearing off-screen. Perhaps the mystery was better left unseen.

Enjoy all three scenes above and check out the 5 vehicles that defined the film.

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