New ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Movie Not Going To Happen Soon; Director George Miller Has Other Plans
Jan 12, 2016 07:33 AM EST
One of the most critically acclaimed movies, "Mad Max: Fury Road" undeniable needs a sequel and Warner Brothers will not let the fans down on that. While Warner Brothers has confirmed a sequel, George Miller, the director, is not sure if he wants to direct the next one.
Movie Pilot said that director Miller has created many plots for possible sequels, prequels and spin-offs of "Mad Max" movies. The new movie will be titled "Mad Max: The Wasteland" for the mean time as it is not confirmed yet. Considering how long it took for the first movie to be made, it seems that the sequel might take as long as the first one. Nothing is confirmed yet except Tom Hardy being in the movie again.
Fans have to wait for Miller's decision as it was stated in Cinema Blend that the director wants to rest first. He also wants to try other genres as he doesn't usually stick to one kind of movie. The 70-year-old Australian director has many other great movies made and they are sure that he won't pass this possibility as he made storylines for most of the characters of "Mad Max: Fury Road". He will ready himself first as making this type of film in a deserted place and super-hot environment is not easy for him.
We Got This Covered reported that Miller said it is possible for another director to do the film. He said that there are many younger directors who are also great at making films.
Making a movie that good with many amazing and mind blowing scenes will take a very long time so the fans will probably have to wait for a very long time. They just have to 'hold our horses' as to whoever Warner Bros. will put in place of a great director. Or maybe, Miller will continue in directing "Mad Max" movies.