Mad Max: Fury Road takes over Sydney
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A post-apocalyptic procession of tricked-out desert vehicles has caused a three-hour shut-down of Sydney's busy Cahill Expressway.
The colourful demonstration was publicising the latest instalment in the Mad Maxmovie franchise, Mad Max: Fury Road, which premieres in Sydney tonight.
The road between the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music was closed between 10am and 1pm as vehicles from Australian director George Miller's action blockbuster roared into the Sydney Opera House forecourt.
Heavy traffic conditions are expected in the Sydney CBD around Macquarie Street, with buses delayed on Castlereagh, George and Elizabeth streets.