George Miller Discusses the Future of "Mad Max"

by | November 3, 2006 | Comments

Mel Gibson recently stated that he wouldn’t be returning for any more "Lethal Weapon" or "Mad Max" sequels, but director George Miller seems somewhat confident that Max’s fourth adventure could still become a reality.

From Dark Horizons: "Talking with In Focus Mag, director George Miller confirmed that once he’s finished with a small film he’s got to do – "Max" will get underway.

""Mad Max 4" is so prepared, there seems to be a lot of momentum for it to get done… In what form and so on, I don’t know. But it hasn’t gotten stale in the meantime, and I’m very very keen to do it. It seems like there’s the appetite out there… That’s about all I can say at the moment"."

Click here for more, including a brief explanation as to how "MM4" almost got started — and then died.

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