From Digital Spy
The director of Mad Max: Fury Road has denied rumours the film didn’t have a script.
The movie was released to critical and commercial acclaim in 2015, but has since been plagued by speculation that it didn’t have a legitimate script.
Said rumours originated after a picture of 3,500 storyboards laying out the film in almost total entirety emerged online.
But, speaking following similar rumour-debunking tweets from Mad Max: Fury Road co-writer Brendan McCarthy, director George Miller has assured fans that the film “of course” had a script.
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“I’m not sure how the notion that Fury Road had no script came about,” he told IndieWire.
“Of course there was a script!
“How else could we have presented the project to a studio, cast and crew to elicit their interest?”
The comments follow an exciting week of updates for the Fury Road prequel Mad Max: Furiosa.
Related: Mad Max: Furiosa spin-off moving ahead with Chris Hemsworth and Anya Taylor-Joy
The spin-off will track the genesis of Charlize Theron’s Furiosa before she teamed up with Max Rockatansky and was recently given the official green light by Warner Bros.
Furiosa will be played by New Mutants star Anya Taylor-Joy in the prequel, with Chris Hemsworth and Watchmen actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II also confirmed for the cast.
Mad Max: Fury Road is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.
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