This Mad Max Stuntwoman Snapped Pics From Inside A Flaming War Machine

This looks extremely dangerous

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Most famous actors aren't allowed to do their own stunts.

If you're Tom Cruise and the only reason you star in a new Mission: Impossible movie is so you can strap yourself to the side of an actual military jet, then yes, you can put yourself in danger. Everyone else gets a stunt person who risks their life in the name of popcorn thrills.

Mad Max: Fury Road is among the greatest summer movies of the new millennium because it went the extra mile, executing wall-to-wall explosions and car crashes with actual explosions and car crashes.

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Sure, it's touched up with computer graphics to erase the occasional safety cable, but most of the bang you see on screen went bang in real life.

Here's the proof: New Zealand stuntwoman Dayna Grant, who doubled for Charlize Theron's cunning warrior Furiosa in George Miller's Mad Max fourquel, took to Twitter to share a few behind-the-scenes snapshots.

One in particular is terrifying. If you think texting-and-driving is dangerous, imagine the risk-taking involved with photo-snapping-and-driving-a-flaming-war-rig:

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Check out the rest of Grant's set photos below:

 

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