George Miller News
George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road was one of the most successful films of the summer, earning universal critical acclaim as a modern action classic (read our review) and earning $374.7 million worldwide at the box office. After that reception, it isn’t surprising that there’s been a great deal of interest in followups, and Miller recently revealed that he had plans for a Fury Road trilogy – should Warner Bros.
- Badass Digest: George Miller Says Not To Expect Much Furiosa In The MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Sequel
- The Playlist: George Miller Says 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Sequel Story Doesn't Involve Furiosa
- Cinema Blend: Furiosa In The Mad Max: Fury Road Sequels? Here's What We Know
- Screen Crush: Furiosa May Not Appear in Future 'Mad Max' Sequels, Says George Miller
- Digital Spy: Mad Max Fury Road sequel won't star Charlize Theron's Imperator Furiosa
- Entertainment Weekly: George Miller says Furiosa won't be a major aspect of 'Mad Max' sequel
- We Got This Covered: Charlize Theron’s Furiosa Not A Part Of Mad Max Sequel
George Miller has two more 'Mad Max' scripts ready, but wants to make a small indie movie first.
- Badass Digest: George Miller Says MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Is Getting Two Sequels
- We Got This Covered: George Miller Reveals Two Mad Max Sequels Are In Active Development
- Comic Book Movie: George Miller Dishes On His Plans For Two Potential MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Sequels
- Latino Review: 'Mad Max' News: George Miller on 'Fury Road's Production and Sequels
- Entertainment Weekly: George Miller has more 'Mad Max' films planned
- Cinema Blend: More Mad Max Movies Are Coming, Here's What We Know
- Horror-Movies.ca: George Miller Wants to Make Two More Mad Max Films
- Digital Spy: Director George Miller has two scripts ready for the sequel to Mad Max: Fury Road, Mad Max: The Wasteland
- Dark Horizons: Miller Briefly Talks Two More "Mad Max" Films
- Total Film: Movies to watch this fortnight on Blu-Ray and DVD: Mad Max: Fury Road, more...
- ScreenRant: Deadpool Gets Mad Max: Fury Road Composer Tom Holkenborg
- SlashFilm: ‘Transformers’ Sequels Planned for the Next 10 Years
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Deadpool' enlists 'Mad Max: Fury Road' composer Junkie XL
- JoBlo: Mad Max: Fury Road composer Junkie XL to score Deadpool
- Screen Crush: George Miller Wants to Make Two More 'Mad Max' Movies
- ScreenRant: Mad Max: George Miller Talks Fury Road Trilogy Plans
- The Playlist: George Miller Says He's Got Two 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Sequel Scripts
- Total Film: George Miller has two scripts for Mad Max sequel
- HitFix: George Miller promises two more 'Mad Max' films are still on the way
While Warner Bros. has "Black Mass," "Our Brand Is Crisis," and "Creed" on their awards season slate, it must be noted that if they haven't been figuring out a game plan for "Mad Max: Fury Road," maybe now is the time. Critics and audiences have been vocal supporters of the picture, but now it has added a film festival laurel to it shelf. George Miller's movie has picked up the FIPRESCI Grand Prix award at The San Sebastian Film Festival.
- Hollywood Reporter: International Film Critics Vote 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Year's Best Film
- JoBlo: This Week in Blu-ray / DVD Releases: Mad Max Fury Road, Backcountry
- Entertainment Weekly: Uber offering free 'Mad Max: Fury Road'-themed rides in Seattle
- Digital Spy: Mad Max review round-up: Does Max's console adventure match up to the movie?
- Coming Soon: What a Lovely Day to Watch the Mad Max Launch Trailer
- IGN Movies: Out This Week: Metal Gear Solid V, Mad Max
- MovieWeb: Nerd Alert: Spider-Man Vs Deadpool, Uber Goes Mad Max & More
- Bleeding Cool: Home Video: Up Close With The Mad Max Doof Wagon
- IGN Movies: All Four Mad Max Films Now Available on Steam
Robert Rodriguezâs latest guest on El Rey Network Presents: The Directorâs Chair is Australian auteur George Miller who, we are promised, will be discussing pretty much his entire career as director, writer, and producer when the show airs Aug. 30. That may well be, but weâre going to bet...
- Screen Crush: 'Mad Max: Fury Road': Director George Miller's Outline From 1997 Reveals a Brutal Fairytale
- We Got This Covered: Exclusive Video Interview: Zac Efron, Emily Ratajkowski And Max Joseph Talk We Are Your Friends
- IGN Movies: Daily Deals: Mad Max, Madden, 4K TV, Big Console Bundles
- Bleeding Cool: Mad Max: Fury Road Gets An Honest Trailer
- Entertainment Weekly: A closer look at Furiosa from the 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Blu-ray
While Warner Bros. has yet to formally announce a follow-up to "Mad Max: Fury Road," we already know George Miller is good to go. The director revealed this spring that the sequel to 'Fury Road' was titled "Mad Max: The Wasteland," but outside of that, he shared few details.
- We Got This Covered: Trio Of Deleted Scenes For Mad Max: Fury Road Reveal Yet More Chaos; Furiosa Spinoff Being Considered
- Comic Book Movie: Three Deleted Scenes From George Miller's MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
- SlashFilm: It’s Madventure Time: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Meets ‘Adventure Time’ in Trailer Mash-Up
- Digital Spy: Ranking 2015's summer blockbusters from worst to best: Is Mad Max better than Jurassic World?
- Deadline: Bart & Fleming: Lessons Of Summer; Should Mad Max, Terminator Genisys, Spy And Fantastic Four Live On?
- We Got This Covered: Latest Mad Max Trailer Asks How You Would Survive In The Wasteland
- Coming Soon: New Mad Max Game Trailer Shows Off the Paths of Play
Last month, Entertainment Weekly interviewed Tom Holkenborg, a.k.a. Junkie XL, the composer who scored George Millerâs totally bonkers Mad Max: Fury Road. âThe wasteland George created and the caricatureÂ of the dictator Immortan Joe, the look of the war boys, the carsâitâs so over the top...
Imperator Furiosa was the break-out character in Mad Max: Fury Road, with Max himself at times taking a back-seat to Charlize Theron’s one-armed warrior. And in a 30-year-old interview that has been published for the first time today, it seems writer-director George Miller was trying to figure out how to work such a character into the universe back in 1985. Speaking to Anne Bilson for a feature that was due to run in Time Out before being bumped in favour of an article about Orson Welles' death, Miller is asked if there could ever be a female version of Mad Max.
- Variety: Korea Box Office: ‘Mad Max,’ ‘Spy’ Remain on Top, ‘Shameless’ Opens in Fourth
- The Wrap: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Gets an ’80s Makeover in New Grindhouse-Style Trailer (Video)
- ScreenRant: SR Geek Picks: Wes Anderson’s ‘The Shining’, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ VFX & More
- JoBlo: Cool Videos: Mad Max: Fury Road gets a sweet '80s style trailer
- Screen Crush: See Before and After Shots of 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Visual Effects
- The Playlist: Watch: Video Explores Secret To Editing ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Plus Gallery Of Before/After VFX Shots
The Playback Collective has released a grindhouse-style trailer for George Miller‘s “Mad Max: Fury Road” that features hallmarks of all the great ’80s action movies. The retro trailer opens with old logos for Warner Bros. and the Cannon Group before a sick synth score plays over grainy, desaturated footage from “Fury Road,” which still looks good even with an ’80s makeover. The Playback Collective uses “Vengeance” by Power Glove to hammer home the unique feel.
- The Playlist: Watch: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Gets Gnarly '80s Trailer Treatment
- MovieWeb: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Goes Retro with 80s Style Trailer
- We Got This Covered: 6 Lessons That Mad Max: Fury Road Can Teach Future Action Movies
- Digital Spy: Re-Viewed: Mad Max 2 The Road Warrior - Bigger, Bolder, Bloodier
- Badass Digest: KUNG FURY Review: Exaggerated ’80s Nostalgia Done Right
- Vulture: Watch Kung Fury, the Best '80s Action Movie of 2015
- ScreenRant: SR Geek Picks: Retro ‘Mad Max’ Trailer, Teens vs. ’90s Sitcoms, YouTube 10th Anniversary & More
- Total Film: Watch crowdfunded ‘80s action parody Kung Fury for free
Because of its many strong female characters and the fact that Charlize Theron's Furiosa pretty much takes center stage from Tom Hardy's titular Road Warrior, George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road is being hailed as a "feminist blockbuster". This hasn't gone down too well with MRAs (lol), and has led to quite a few idiotic questions during the movie's press circuit. One such question was aimed at Tom Hardy earlier this month at Cannes. Skip to the 9:45 mark to hear it, and Hardy's response. Peter Howell: I have a question for Tom Hardy.
- USA Today: Hardy shuts down sexist 'Mad Max' question
- Bleeding Cool: Mad Max: Fury Road’s Epic B-Roll (VIDEO)
- Comic Book Movie: MAD MAX: FURY ROAD's Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Strips Off In Racy New Photoshoot
- Entertainment Weekly: Someone asked Tom Hardy if he ever thought 'Mad Max' should be 'a man's movie
Director George Miller believes his black & white transfer of 'Mad Max Fury Road' is the best version of the film.
- Screen Crush: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Blu-ray Will Include George Miller's Preferred Black and White Version
- ScreenRant: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Blu-ray to Include Black & White Cut; The ‘Best Version’
- Dark Horizons: "Fury Road" Getting A Black & White Version?
- IGN Movies: Mad Max: Fury Road with Mario Kart Sounds
- SlashFilm: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ – Eight Awesome Facts About the Making of the Film
- The Wrap: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ and ‘Mario Kart 8’ Got Mashed Up And It’s Genius (Video)
- MovieWeb: 'Mario Kart: Fury Road' Trailer Spoofs 'Mad Max'
- SlashFilm: LOL: Mario Kart and ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Mash-Up is a Match Made in Valhalla
- Cinema Blend: See Mad Max: Fury Road's Deleted Patton Oswalt Scene
- Horror Society: Horror Sales: Mad Max, Woman In Black 2 and Salem.
- ScreenRant: SR Geek Picks: ‘Mad Max’ Trivia, Fallon and The Rock’s ’89 Graduation Speech & More
- Bleeding Cool: Watch A Brilliant Mario Kart And Mad Max Mash Up