George Miller thinks it would be ''difficult'' to cast Mel Gibson in 'Mad Max' sequels because he'd look ''out of place''.

The 70-year-old director watched the premiere of his new movie alongside the 59-year-old actor - who was the original 'Mad Max' in 1979 - in Los Angeles, but he doesn't think Mel will reappear in the movie franchise.

Asked if he was to feature in the sequels, George said: ''We watched 'Mad Max: Fury Road' premiere together in LA. Mel said that it is an amazing film.

''However, [having] Mel star in the sequels is like Sean Connery star in Daniel Craig's James Bond film. It might be out of place. It would be difficult.''

On whether cinemagoers can expect sequels to 'Mad Max: Fury Road', George said: ''We have two other stories but it's too early to ask. I feel like a woman who is giving birth to a big baby and it's like asking if you want to have another baby straight away, not yet.''

Speaking on the red carpet on Japanese TV, George also revealed the film was mostly influenced by ''Japanese anime''.

He said: ''When the first Mad Max came out people said he was like a samurai with a car ... When you see 'Mad Max: Fury Road', it's very influenced particularly by Japanese anime.''