2 Sep – After previously revealing that he wrote the origin of Furiosa while creating "Mad Max: Fury Road", director George Miller recently admitted that he has somehow also created another prequel to "Fury Road" for the lead character Max.
Speaking to The AV Club recently, Miller, who is now working on the prequel starring Anya Taylor-Joy, stated that he and co-writer Nico Lathouris wrote almost in novel form what happened to Max in the years prior to the events of "Fury Road".
"That's something that we'll look at further down the track later," Miller revealed. "But in telling each other the story of Furiosa, everything in Fury Road had to be explained."
"In my mind, I have a back story of the Doof Warrior, who plays the guitar. How could a blind man who all he can do is play a guitar; how does he get to survive in a wasteland where everybody is in extremis? How did he come to be there? So, we wrote little stories for every character when we made Fury Road."
While there is no concrete plan on what he would do to the story of Max, Miller's upcoming "Furiosa" movie is currently in production, and will tell the story of how the young Furiosa, originally played by Charlize Theron, is snatched from the Green Place of Many Mothers and falls into the hands of a great Biker Horde led by the Warlord Dementus.
The movie is scheduled for May 2024 release.