This is the FURY ROAD legend that George Miller wrote on flight from LA to Australia in 1997

This is the FURY ROAD legend that George Miller wrote on flight from LA to Australia in 1997


The above was concoted by Miller on his LA flight to Australia, something must have sparked in his head because this draft of the story is vastly detail-filled and encompasses most of the plot that we saw in 2015's "Mad Max: Fury Road."

Miller's first draft of MAD MAX: FURY ROAD was this electro-board printout, dated 15/3/99. Again, the visionary that Miller is, detail-filled and with an abundance of imagination. 





















It all turned out great, didn't it?





Here's an excerpt of my review for Awards Daily in the summer of 2015:

"You can't deny the sheer impact of Mad Max: Fury Road. Director George Miller's Fourth installment of the film franchise is proof that not all blockbusters should be greeted with an indifferent shrug. If anything, this brutal action film is even more intense and exciting than its predecessors. With its nihilistic outlook on human nature and a nasty, in-your-face style, this is Miller's triumph through and through. The amount of detail that he brings to every frame is as obsessively meticulous as any Wes Anderson picture I've seenas is the editing by Margaret Sixel, which – as we stand – is most deserving of next year's Film Editing Oscar. Edited at breakneck pace and staged with manic fury, Sixel is the unheralded hero here. The celebrated one is of course Miller who's passion and vision comes through in every frame. The total control he must have had with this project to pull off what he did on screen is unheard of, which is good for him and great for us."
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