Hollywood actor Mel Gibson is eyeing another action film after his Mad Max
sequel stalled - he wants to star in a movie about a real-life violent
Gibson is in talks with film studio WARNER BROS PICTURES to star in UNDER
AND ALONE, based on the true story of undercover agent BILLY QUEEN, who
infiltrated the notorious MONGOLS MOTORCYCLE CLUB.
The New York-born actor had planned to begin work on MAD MAX: FURY ROAD in
Namibia in July (03), but following the outbreak of the American-led war in
Iraq, the project was put on hold.
Queen was a veteran with the BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND
EXPLOSIVES (ATF), who joined the Mongol's branch in California's San Fernando
Valley, rising through the ranks in just over two years to become club
treasurer - despite a
background check by a Mongols-employed private investigator.
The ATF busted the gang in 2000, resulting in the arrest of almost 40
people and the seizure of dozens of illegal guns, drugs and stolen motorcycles.
They've also been suspected of a range of other crimes, including murder,
extortion and arson.