Stills and covers confirm the “Mad Max Fury Road” news 2014 as legit, and creator George Miller offers a reboot with fast-paced action, solid leading actors to boot (
The latest cover of Entertainment Weekly offers final confirmation of the Mad Max reboot. Miller also reveals details of the plot and its pacing in the issue’s highlight interview.
Production for the film started a few years ago, with initial batch of the stock completed as early as December 2012. Details are kept under wraps, though, until Entertainment Weekly’s official reveal.
magazine cover confirms Tom Hardy as the anti-hero Maverick, Charlize Theron as Furiosa. Miller hints that the movie will be an extended, intense car chase from start to finish, with minimal dialogue, and more importantly, with digital effects waived.
It’s expected the non-stop chase stunts is comparable to Quentin Tarantino’s work in “Death Proof,” a salute to 80’s action movies with cheesy plots and gritty stunts. George Miller in EW interview: “I wanted to tell a linear story-a chase that starts as the movie begins and continues for 110 minutes. In this crucible of very intense action, the characters are revealed.”
“Mad Max Fury Road” news 2014 is long overdue, with concept development and production rumored as early as 2003. The new movie is considered a reboot, the first of a trilogy, and hopefully, a revived franchise. A May 15, 2015 release date is confirmed, three years after the film commenced shooting.
Watch unofficial production leaks in this sneak peek:
Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Kravitz, Riley Keough, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley co-star with Hardy and Theron. “Mad Max: Fury Road” is the fourth project in the Road Warrior franchise, with Miller co-writing and directing.
The post-apocalyptic film crosses the paths of Hardy and Theron’s characters, staking their claim on redemption and survival, in a bleak landscape where it’s a free-for-all for the basic necessities of life. More on “Mad Max Fury Road” news 2014 are revealed in the latest Entertainment Weekly edition (