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George Miller says Fury Road will resume later this year

George Miller has provided an update on his delayed Mad Max project Fury Road, telling The Daily Telegraph that, weather permitting, the project will resume pre-production later this year and begin shooting early next year:

“We will restart pre-production later this year and begin early next year — weather permitting,” he said.

“It also gives me a chance to get Happy Feet really going well — so there were a lot of factors in the decision. But the big one was that we really had nowhere to shoot.”

Miller said a similarly unexpected deluge interrupted production on the second Mad Max film — the first to be shot in Broken Hill.

“The week we were to start, it rained the heaviest it had in 10 years. I’ll never forget the first day — we were holed up in a big sort of shed watching the rain. We couldn’t shoot. If you want the rain to come, just send a film crew there.”