Ain't It Cool's Eric "Quint" Vespe picks the brain of Mad Max creator George Miller and finds out why it took so long to get Mad Max 4 off the ground. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. The hands down highlight of my SXSW this year was the brief 15 minutes I got to spend talking to George Miller about Road Warrior and Fury Road. Show More Summary
Though the last Mad Max movie opened back in 1985, Mel Gibson is still synonymous with the franchise. He played the leading role of Mad Max Rockatansky in the 1979 original, the sequel in 1981 and the third installment Beyond Thunderdome. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. turned a Monday night screening of "The Road Warrior" at the South by Southwest Film Festival into one of the fest's biggest geek attractions: the studio had director George Miller flown in from his native Australia to participate...Show More Summary
Mel Gibson thinks Harrison Ford is supremely airworthy, despite a crash here and there. Mel was leaving the grocery store Saturday in Malibu when we asked if he had enough confidence in Ford to soar with him. Mel didn't bat an eye, showing…
When last we saw Max Rockatansky, he had saved a plane full of children, played a smashing game of chicken with the fierce Ironbar Bassey, and was left wandering the desert for parts unknown. He also looked a lot like Mel Gibson. But a lot has changed in the 30 years (!!) since Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome came out in 1985. Show More Summary
It’s been nearly 30 years since Tina Turner (as Aunty Entity) first sent Max Rocktansky (Mel Gibson) on a high-stakes mission beyond the Thunderdome to save Bartertown. The latest international trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road wants to make sure...
Fortune Magazine has said that the recently released "Fifty Shades of Grey" film is "more popular than Jesus" after it broke the February box office record that was previously held by Mel Gibson's "Passion of the Christ."
Mel Gibson was involved in yet another car crash late last year, according to report published Friday, but this one has earned him something other than a dented fender. The victim of the crash has reportedly been hounding the Lethal Weapon star for a piece of his massive Hollywood fortune. Show More Summary
Mid-day industry estimates point to Universal Focus’ Fifty Shades of Grey tracking for a potential February opening day record of $26-$30M today, which could beat the month’s previous opening day champ, Mel Gibson’s 2004 Passion of the Christ which made $26.6M in its opening Wednesday. Show More Summary
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Mel Gibson is totally wishing he wasn't so famous right now! Right after Christmas, the 59-year-old was driving near his house in Malibu when he struck a 13-year-old parked car. Reportedly, the damage was so severe that he had to call someone over to disentangle him from the wreckage! [ Related: Has Mel Gibson Moved On From [...]
Mel Gibson plowed into a parked car in Malibu right after XMAS... and he says the victim is now hounding him for thousands of dollars she doesn't deserve simply because he's a rich celebrity. Our Malibu sources say Mel was driving somewhere near…
Hacksaw Ridge is the true story of WWII hero Desmond Doss, to be played by Andrew Garfield The post Lionsgate Buys US Rights to Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Stuart Ford’s IM Global will handle sales on Mel Gibson’s directorial effort Hacksaw Ridge. Deadline first broke news of Gibson’s return behind the camera in November. As Deadline also first reported, Andrew Garfield will take on the...Show More Summary
TV is where it is at for Jodie Foster. While she hit a bump with her 2011 feature directorial, the Mel Gibson drama, The Beaver ($971K), her TV directing credits over the last year for House of Cards and Jenji Kohan’s Orange Is The New Black earned the two-time Oscar-winning actress her first DGA noms of her career. Show More Summary
Today is Mel Gibson's 59th birthday! Happy Birthday Mel. 2014 was also the year that Scotland decided it didn't want FREEDOM after all. As such, Braveheart, directed by and starring Gibson, is quite clearly the ideal film to be watching tonight. Read more...
Reese Witherspoon is on a recent career upswing, with her production company behind two of the year’s critical and commercial successes, Gone Girl and Wild. It comes after a period of personal and professional difficulty for Witherspoon. Show More Summary
According to a number of news reports, Sony Pictures Chair Amy Pascal's job is on the line after a criminal hack and subsequent leaks to the media revealed an exchange of racist emails between herself and mega-producer Scott Rudin. Her job should be on the line and likely is. Show More Summary
Moviegoers next summer will revisit the cult classic Mad Max franchise in a new film, Mad Max: Fury Road directed by George Miller. Miller directed Mel Gibson in the original 1979 film. Miller had originally planned to cast Gibson i...
Mad Max: Beyond Mel Gibson, out next summer.