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Mad Max 4

PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2003 2:04 am
by Thunderdome


It works sometimes, but it can easily ruin a film as well. I just thought it would be cool if they did Fury Road old school-style, but that's just not going to happen.


Thunderdome



Mad Max 4

PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2003 6:44 pm
by FordMercury


Found this, its a bit old but i've never seen it before:


"Mad Max 4: Fury Road[/font]






Release Date Set - Max Max 4: Fury Road will be released on July 23, 2004.



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Shooting Delayed



March 14, 2003 - Several Media Sources (Including Empire magazine and The Times) have reported that location shooting on "Mad Max 4: Fury Road" has been delayed indefintely to the Iraq crisis.



April 16, 2003 - Mad Max movie affects CT

Gerjo Hoffman



Cape Town - Cape Town businesses could suffer financial losses if the Namibian shoot for the latest Mad Max movie Fury Road starring Mel Gibson - is cancelled because of the Iraqi war. Caterers, car hire firms and production companies would be hardest hit. The Namibian leg of the R730 million movie is in jeopardy because filmmakers fear it could be dangerous to travel in a time of war.



Mr Philip Key, owner of Moonlighting Filmmakers, says filming should have started outside Swakopmund next month but was postponed because of the war. "We've been given no indication if the movie will still be filmed. We hope to know after June or July if production will continue," Key added.

The Cape Town based production company has already made five international movies in Namibia. The most recent is Beyond Border, filmed at the end of last year. By February this year Moonlighting's art department had begun building sets in Walvis Bay.



Ms Theresa Jones, owner of Theresa Catering, has submitted a quote to the film's producers. She was informed the film has been postponed, not cancelled, but has no idea why.

It is not known how much companies stand to lose if the Namibian shoot is cancelled. Car hire company Imperial would not reveal what it would lose, but sources say hundreds of its vehicles were booked for filming.



Source: Countingdown.com"

Mad Max 4

PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2003 1:53 am
by Falcon


Now why is this movie not being made in australia again?

Mad Max 4

PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2003 3:52 am
by FordMercury
Because George Lucas was apparentely using all the Fox Studios in Australia for the next freakin Star Wars, but i suspect that was also part of the decision why the movie was delayed...........