Anya Taylor-Joy: Furiosa “Was the Most Transformative Experience of My Life”
Anya Taylor-Joy is set to star in the upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road prequel Furiosa, in which she plays the titular character. According to Taylor Joy, getting to make the movie was life-changing.
Joy recently answered a question about whether or not playing Furiosa was as enjoyable as she had anticipated. The actress acknowledged her enjoyment and stated that she would probably require the entire two years until the movie’s release to digest the transformative experience.
I won’t even start to absorb what I just left 12 days ago until the entire two years before the movie is released, Joy remarked. With such great artists, [Furiosa] was the most life-altering event I’ve ever had. It’s definitely wild, but I really did feel like I’ve grown a lot. It’s totally original.
While not much is known about the recently finished movie, Furiosa is being billed as a stand-alone tale that will explore the beginnings of the character previously played by Charlize Theron in The Old Guard before running into the mothership franchise’s titular antihero. Anya Taylor-Joy (The Queen’s Gambit), Chris Hemsworth (Avengers: Endgame), and Tom Burke will serve as the movie’s stars (Mank). The latter took Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s position after he left the project owing to schedule issues.
George Miller, who is also co-producing the movie with Oscar-nominated producer Doug Mitchell, wrote the screenplay and directed The Mad Max prequel. Produce is also connected to Miller’s Australian-based Kennedy Miller Mitchell label
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Mad Max: Fury Road was a critical success, with critics praising its cinematography, production design, and the performances of Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, who both had a difficult time during filming, despite the movie having a poor box office performance with a worldwide gross of over $370 million. Out of its 10 nominations, it also took home six Oscars, including ones for Best Production Design, Best Film Editing, and Best Costume Design.
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