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‘Mad Max’ Director Suing Warner Bros. Over ‘Fury Road’ Profits
‘Mad Max’ Director Suing Warner Bros. Over ‘Fury Road’ Profits
By filmmaker George Miller’s own account, Mad Max: Fury Road took 10 years to develop and an additional three years of production — totally worth it, based on the end result, which picked up 10 Oscar nominations (including Best Picture) and won six. Though Miller has expressed interest in returning to the franchise in the (relatively) near future, those plans may suffer the consequences of a recent lawsuit filed by the Australian filmmaker to recoup an allegedly unpaid debt from Warner Bros.
Watch the Trailer for China’s Bonkers ‘Fury Road’ Rip-Off
Watch the Trailer for China’s Bonkers ‘Fury Road’ Rip-Off
What you are watching above is the trailer for Mad Sheila, a new Chinese film that is a blatant and very bonkers ripoff of Mad Max: Fury Road. Unfortunately, we have no idea when or if this delightful film is coming to America, but I’m going to go ahead and put forth the wild suggestion that you could very well find Mad Sheila lurking on a major city street sidewalk sometime in the near future, if you know what I mean.

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