Anya Taylor-Joy has updated fans on the situation of Angry, the prequel to Mad Max: Fury Road.
The star of Lady’s gambit (Here’s the ending to the Netflix series) is poised to play the youngest incarnation of the Charlize Theron character from the hit 2015 movie.
However, the actress has confirmed that filming has not started yet, confessing in an interview with Josh O’Connor, from The Crown, who plans to take time off for the next several months before going back to work.
“I have a grace period until August, and then I will be working consecutively until mid-2023,” he said in the chat of Variety.
Taylor-Joy continued to express her excitement about working on Angry and collaborate with director George Miller.
“What excites me the most about Furiosa is George Miller to begin with,” she said. “That brain is amazing. I am also very excited to do something physical. To become physically something else is something that will strangely give me a lot of peace.”
The actress will be accompanied by the actor from Watchmen (What do you need to know to understand the HBO series?) Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Marvel star Chris Hemsworth in the prequel, the latter recently admitted that making the film was a dream come true for him.
“It is a great honor,” he said. “A lot of pressure, but an exciting pressure that is certainly motivating.
“It really is, of everything I have done, the greatest moment of emotion, because I have grown up watching it and it is something iconic.”
Miller also said, “I didn’t set out to make a big, epic movie. It’s a story I wanted to tell, but it just happens to have a ton of different scenes.”
“The only thing I can say about it is that Mad Max: Fury Road… is that everything that happens inside the movie happened during three days and two nights. This is a saga, it happens over many years. So there are a lot of different elements. “
Angry It will premiere on June 23, 2023.
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