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Entries in George Miller (3)

Thursday
Sep052013

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Still Without a Release Date, Now With Reshoots

It still seems like fanboy imagination, the idea of a new Mad Max movie.  But we're getting one..supposedly.  Mad Max: Fury Road filmed in 2012 but we have yet to see any awesome evidence of its existence. There was some scuttlebut (mostly internet fueled) that we might see the movie sometime later this year.  Well Mad Max fans, that wait may take even longer as Fury Road is set to go back in front of the cameras later this year for reshoots.  Since when did George Miller turn into Terrence Malick?

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Wednesday
Nov302011

‘Mad Max’ Reboot to Become a Trilogy? 

Nothing has come easy for George’s Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road, but perhaps there is a silver lining in all those dark clouds above the land-down-under.  Wars, the stock market, man and Mother Nature have all conspired against Miller from making any new Max movies up until now, filming is “now” slated to begin on Fury Road this upcoming April in the country of Namibia.  Tom Hardy (Inception) and Charlize Theron (Monster) are still set to headline the return of Max Rockatansky and his dystopian Australian landscape.

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Friday
Aug052011

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Forced to Change Filming Locations

There's bound to be problems galore when you're filming a post-apocalyptic movie and the location doesn't look the part of a barren wasteland.  That's the latest trouble director George Miller is currently experiencing on the Australian set of Mad Max: Fury Road, THR reports.

Miller, who directed the three previous Mad Max films that helped launch Mel Gibson's acting career, admitted in an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald that the desert setting was "too green" for the film.

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