George Miller News
guardian.co.uk – Filmmakers accused of riding roughshod over ancient ecosystem in Namibia, endangering lizards and rare cactiThe filming of the latest Mad Max action feature in the world's oldest desert has caused a major outcry, with environmentalists accusing filmmakers of damaging Namibia's sensitive ecosystem.The Namibian government was delighted when the director George Miller chose to shoot his post-apocalyptic sequel, Mad Max: 10 weeks 6 days ago via jetli
collider.com – We've got some media from two long-in-development pictures today, as follows: Riddick - The third film in the Riddick franchise starring Vin Diesel from writer/director David Twohy. This new image shows off the brooding anti-hero who someone left out in the rain. The long-awaited film, also starring Karl Urban (Dredd 3D) and Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica), will finally land in theaters September 6th. 17 weeks 7 hours ago via jackiechan
bleedingcool.com – Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool Every once in a while, a member of the public will come across a script or prop for an upcoming movie and they won’t quite understand what they have. In days gone by, these tales were of urban legend, but nowadays we can see it all play out in real time through social networking. 18 weeks 7 hours ago via jetli
ign.com – After an arduous path before cameras, Mad Max 4: Fury Road has finished filming. Principal photography on the six-month shoot has now been completed, according to IF.com.au. The George Miller-directed sequel, almost a quarter of a century in development, was shot on location in the Namibian desert and Cape Town Film Studios in South Africa. 22 weeks 1 day ago via theothersenhman
9:01 PM 10/18/2012 by Binh Ngo
After numerous delays, Mad Max: Fury Road aka Mad Max 4 is finally lensing somewhere in Namibia, but, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the shoot is behind schedule by at least five days and is also running over budget. As a result, Warner Bros. is sending producer Denise di Novi to Namibia to keep things under control.
collider.com – Once cast as the Amazon warrior princess Wonder Woman in what was to be George Miller’s failed Justice League film, Megan Gale will finally get to team up with the director in Mad Max: Fury Road. Her role is unspecified at the moment, but we do have character names for a host of other roles, including that of Hugh Keays-Byrne, who was tapped to star as the Martian Manhunter alongside Gale. 40 weeks 5 hours ago via jackiechan