Furiosa star Chris Hemsworth shared his refreshing experience working with legendary franchise director George Miller. Per ComicBook.com, Hemsworth appeared at the CCXP presentation for the upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road prequel where he discussed what made working with Miller different from his iconic roles in Marvel’s Thor and the Extraction movies for Netflix.
“When you do an action film, a lot of the time you’re trying different things, you’re experimenting, and you’re trying to make the sequence as impressive and as big as possible,” Hemsworth said. “And you have backups and other options, and that can be exhausting. What was refreshing working with George is that every frame was thought out. Every single frame was necessary; it was servicing the whole. It was part of a grander plan and a message, and so there was no waste.”
Hemsworth added, “Everything you see is essential, and means something, and supports the characters’ journey, the narrative, the overall arc of the film, and it was exhausting in the best way. All of us showed up and were willing to commit and throw ourselves on the line to service this journey and this film and this franchise that has existed for forty-something years now.”
What is Furiosa about?
Set 15 years before the events of 2015’s Mad Max: Fury Road, Furiosa stars Hemsworth as the Biker Horde leader Warlord Dementus who the actor teases as “violent“ and “insane.” He stars opposite Anya Taylor-Joy in the title role originated by Charlize Theron in a tale that sees the future war captain caught in the middle of a battle between two warring tyrants in the Wasteland. Miller directed and co-wrote the screenplay with Nico Lathouris.
Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga opens in theaters on May 24, 2024.
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