Mad Max To Return -- Sans Gibson
George Miller, the Australian director behind the cult classic Mad Max and the man who won an Oscar las month for his animated Happy Feet, has disclosed plans to produced a Mad Max sequel. In an interview in Sydney with Agence France Presse, the French news agency, Miller said, "I have a few projects in the pipeline including an animation ... but I do want to make another Mad Max movie and get stuck back into that." Miller noted, however, that Mel Gibson, who starred in the original, would not be involved in he sequel. "He was 21 when he made the first one, now he's a lot older and his passion is for film making and directing, Miller said. "I don't think he is into acting and I don't think he would be interested in being involved at all."