Max movie franchise is almost writing its own script
based on Australia's real life bushfires and water
scandals teases Media Man agency
Wasteland' is becoming a reality
the movie be so strong that there may be attempts
to ban it in Australia, the U.S and beyond?
Journalism tale released while Australian bushfires
continue to rage
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Writers: Nick Lathouris (screenplay), George Miller
Journalism by Greg Tingle
Bondi Beach seagull, or was it a kookaburra also,
told us that a number of real life themes based on
Australia's real and current national bushfire emergency
will significantly influence the next installment
of the Max Mad franchise.
not necessarily expect a carbon copy, but some of
the script is basically writing itself - so to speak.
Media Man agency does not represent Max Mad, but they
do have some contacts within. That's all your getting
from us at the moment.
or fiction? Science fiction is becoming science fact.
Australian students have been studying the science
of climate change and the like in classrooms around
the sunburnt country of Australia.
be the judge.
buy water, we're running out!
can the Australian Government please stop selling
our water to overseas business interests? What's at
stake? Oh, about the sustainability of life in Australia
as we know it!
will be set about a year before the opening scene
of Fury Road. Since Fury Road was delayed so long
it gave George Miller and his crew time to write two
back stories for Max and Furiosa. The Wasteland is
centred on Max and will be incredibly bleak according
to Mark Sexton. Max will have his V8 Interceptor.
Furiosa will not make an appearance in this film but
Max will make an appearance in the planned Furiosa
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Road's Gibson scores pre-Oscar win - 2nd February
production designer Colin Gibson has continued on
what appears to be a golden road to an Oscar.
for his work on Mad Max: Fury Road, claimed the Art
Directors Guild award in the fantasy feature category
at a ceremony in Beverly Hills on Sunday.
battle for the Oscar on February 28 appears to be
between Gibson and two other ADG winners, The Martian's
Arthur Max who took the contemporary feature award
and The Revenant's Jack Fisk for period feature.