Charlize Theron wants Mad Max: Fury Road's Furiosa to match the impact of Alien’s Ripley, who was iconically portrayed by Sigourney Weaver.
Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron were famously not the best of friends during the nine-month shoot of 'Mad Max: Fury Road'.
Killing Eve star Jodie Comer eyed for the role of young Furiosa in George Miller’s planned Mad Max: Fury Road prequel.
Director George Miller says they decided against using de-aging CGI technology on 44-year-old Charlize Theron.
Famously, Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy didn't get on famously while making dystopian epic Mad Max: Fury Road.
George Miller is adamant that a Mad Max: Fury Road sequel will eventually be released. In fact, he is working on it alongside his new movie.
Zoe Kravitz candidly admits the leads of George Miller's acclaimed 'Mad Max' sequel "didn't get along."
When it came to plotting the action for Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller recruited some top comic-book illustrators to storyboard the epic battle scenes. Following issues focusing on Furiosa and Nux the War Boy and his boss, Immortan Joe, DC’s Vertigo imprint is about to release Mad Max: Fury Road — Max Part 1 (in stores and digital services Wednesday), and we have the exclusive sneak peek. The book begins with several intense panels depicting Max Rockatansky’s greatest hits, a comic version of key scenes from Miller’s original 1979 Mad Max (the yellow Interceptor, the Pursuit Special… and the murder of his wife and child), 1981’s The Road Warrior (Lord Humungus, the autogyro), and 1984’s Beyond Thunderdome (shout-out to Tina Turner!).