Ca bouge un peu ! En gros, ça semble un peu s'activer, différentes équipes rejoignent toujours la namibie et c'est un peu flou pour le départ du tournage, début juin, juillet ? Ca semble sur les rails quand même !
The filming of the latest feature film Mad Max 4: Fury Road, which will take place at various locations in the Erongo region, has been delayed again. From a reliable source that AZ has learned that the shooting will now begin in June. Currently the company is responsible Namib Films still busy building the various sets, the source said.
Swakopmund - This statement is also the actress Charlize Theron has confirmed it says on the website totalfilm.com. Accordingly, the shooting will have on 2 Begin in June. The actor Tom Hardy, who assumes the principal role of Mel Gibson is, however, disagrees. He reportedly said, according to the Internet service "Orange", that he had been waiting two years for an appointment and still could not say when it losgehe. "The date is postponed again and again," he allegedly said. At the recent Photo Hardy, however, has a full beard -. A sign of his new role.
By the responsible company Moonlighting movie no one wanted to give information. Very strange, however, was: a person of the company "Namib Films," did in the past week to arrange a meeting with journalists. Apparently in connection with Mad Max, the person has said that it was looking for "just a female journalist" for a two-day tour. For more information, wanted to give this person is not - not even what it is or is to take place which local time. For this curious invitation that no one has agreed.
Some of the MIL.SPEC. Team will be heading to Namibia this coming first week of June to film Mad Max 4 "Fury Road" - and we are taking our very own little Mad Max with us! We have Valdor as our main point of contact back at the Armoury Warehouse in Somerset West, Cape Town (15 mins from the Cape Town Film Studios) and a good team to cover any local work. See our Contact Page for contact details.
We will miss beautiful Cape Town!
John Seale is excited about shooting the long-awaited Mad Max: Fury Road in Namibia. "This one I swear won't disappoint," says the Oscar-winning cinematographer of The English Patient, Witness, Rain Man and Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. "It's going to be a very deep and meaningful film as well as an astonishing action film. [Director] George Miller has got an amazing concept of an apocalyptic world and the people who live in it."
Shooting in an African nation with virtually no film industry is the latest challenge for the Australian director of photography. Miller was forced to head overseas for a post-apocalyptic landscape when rain made the desert bloom around Broken Hill.
Seale says most of the production support for the fourth Mad Max will come from Cape Town. All the vehicles will be shipped from Sydney. "We've already been into Namibia once on a survey and all the trucks are there with mechanics and panel-beaters shaping them to George's specifications," he says.
The shoot is scheduled to last from July until Christmas, with Tom Hardy taking over the lead role."We've got a fair big prep there because there's so many vehicles involved," Seale says. "We need to do of training with stuff – cars and cameras – and get that all in the mix to get what George wants."
Seale believes the Namibian desert will be perfect for Fury Road. "Namibia hasn't got red earth, of course, but there's just nothing there – not a blade of grass for hundreds of kilometres, thousands of kilometres."It's very sad George has had to bail out of Australia but that's the movie industry."
Theron: Mad Max won't be a sequel
Charlize Theron has revealed that Mad Max 4: Fury Road will not be a prequel or sequel to the previous films.
The Oscar-winning South African actress is set to star alongside Tom Hardy as Mad Max in the fourth instalment, which comes 27 years since the last movie, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome."Like with Snow White And The Huntsman, there is so much potential to re-imagine that world. It's such an interesting world and how much it still resonates today after 20 years or whatever it's been. We're going back to that world but this is not a prequel or sequel or anything like that," she said.
Charlize - who stars as evil queen Ravenna in Snow White And The Huntsman - is excited to see what Tom has up his sleeve for his upcoming performance, which sees him stepping into Mel Gibson's shoes.Tom Hardy will be playing Mad Max but this is not the Mad Max that we know from that [film]. Only Tom Hardy can do this Mad Max and my character is a brand new character as well," she added.
George Miller’s tardy “Mad Max Fury Road” won’t be a sequel to the Mel Gibson-starring flicks. Nor will it be a prequel. In other words, feral kid reprisals, an appearance by Tina Turner and good news for Angry Anderson fans won’t be forthcoming.
Charlize Theron, who is playing the female lead in the film, says the new film is essentially a complete reboot of the whole “Mad Max” series, comparing the new movie to the ‘Snow White’ legacy.
“Like with Snow White And The Huntsman, there is so much potential to re-imagine that world. It’s such an interesting world and how much it still resonates today after 20 years or whatever it’s been. We’re going back to that world but this is not a prequel or sequel or anything like that,” she tells UKPA
Theron says Hardy isn’t playing the Mel Gibson character, they just happen to be both christened ‘Mad Max’ (or some spin).
“Tom Hardy will be playing Mad Max but this is not the Mad Max that we know from that [film]. Only Tom Hardy can do this Mad Max and my character is a brand new character as well,” she added.
And I imagine Joel Silver will be offering up the same spin when his “Lethal Weapon” reboot hits. Disappointed that Mel Gibson isn’t reprising the Martin Riggs role, the prolific producer will offer up some spiel like “This is a fresh reinterpretation of a literary classic. Martin and Roger are no different to Tom and Huck. With Zac Efron and Edi Cathegi, we have a chance to revisit these characters.. for the first time.”
And no, Efron and Cathegi aren’t attached. But yes, sadly, “Lethal Weapon” is indeed next on the “Old Mel Gibson movies were going to remake” roster.
But back to “Fury Road”, when is it beginning filming?
According to Theron, speaking to today’s The Herald-Sun
newspaper, it’ll begin… next weekend.
Sinon d'après un tweet, Nathan Jones rejoint le cast
Sinon une nouvelle tof d'un véhicule :