There's some good news for all the Mad Max: Fury Road fans. The filmmaker of the Oscar-winning movie has confirmed that two sequels are in the works. Turns out, the two stories will both involve Mad Max and Furiosa. Fans would dare not forget the mad film created by George Miller, for which the film even received like 10 Oscar nods and a gross income of $370 million worldwide. Having brought us in terms with a post-apocalyptic world that includes insane action sequences and high-speed chase clips that would put anyone at the edge of their seats, we couldn't wait for more of this madness from the studio! From Mad Max: Fury Road to Captain Marvel, Strong Female Character-Led Films That Invited The Wrath of Netizens for Being 'Feminist'
Luckily, our prayers have been heard as George Miller is currently working on two scripts for the franchise! In an interview with IndieWire, filmmaker George Miller, revealed, "There are two stories, both involving Mad Max, and also a Furiosa story. We’re still solving, we’ve got to play out the Warners thing, it seems to be pretty clear that it’s going to happen." Of course, the sequel was such a hit that it definitely required a reboot, for fans' sake, if nothing else. Tom Hardy Confirms Plans for Two More 'Mad Max' Movies
George Miller says 'Fury Road' sequels are 'going to happen' — 'There are two stories, both involving Mad Max, and also a Furiosa story'
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Further delving into the challenges of creating Mad Max: Fury Road, Miller revealed, "It takes a long time. But the toughest film I ever made was the first “Mad Max.” I didn’t know much about filmmaking, and it was rather bewildering. I was aware of the process. It took me a good 10 years before I could watch that first movie again because all I would see were the mistakes — the things I felt were left to do creatively. The same thing also happened to me with “Fury Road.” Not many details have been shared yet but we can't wait for the filmmaker to dish out more information!