George Miller Met With Anya Taylor-Joy For His 'Mad Max' Spin-Off

Carla Harmon
March 30, 2020

Haunted by his turbulent past, Mad Max believes the best way to survive is to wander alone. Selection didn't point out whether or not or not Taylor-Pleasure has been forged, however in line with the robust suggestion to social distance/quarantine to assist flatten the coronavirus curve, Miller held her audition and the others over Skype.

Now it appears he's also working on - or perhaps instead working on - a Mad Max spinoff, this one concerning Charlize Theron's beloved warrior from Mad Max: Fury Road, Imperator Furiosa. According to Variety, Anya Taylor-Joy (Split) is being considered for a role in the film. It is, however, unclear which role she has auditioned for.


Among the actors that George Miller has spoken with about the Furiousa movie is actress Anya Taylor-Joy.

Keep in mind that as with Anya Taylor-Joy, neither Jodie Comer nor Richard Madden's inclusion in the Furiosa spinoff is officially confirmed in any way. A possible sequel was tangled in legal trouble for a time, but previous year, it seemed like things were finally set for several Mad Max movies to begin production.


While our current global situation has put Hollywood on hold for the time being, as the saying goes, the show must go on, and that's exactly what's happening as studios big and small continue to chart a course for the coming year. They were written as back stories to Max's character and to Furiosa's character.

Mad Max: Fury Road was a return to the world of the Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky (played by Tom Hardy). We don't know if Taylor-Jot is being recognized for young Furiosa, but I guess it would make sense with the film still in the early stages of production, the main player is probably on the priority of the cast list.


There still seems to be an expectation that Three Thousand Years of Longing would still be the priority and filming on this Furiosa prequel starting up in 2021 might be wishful thinking given those production delays.

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