While attending the San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, the 69 year-old director told Hero Complex, "I definitely did not intend to make another 'Mad Max.' Having done three, I didn't want to do any more."

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The apocalyptic setting in 'Mad Max: Fury Road'

However, Miller noted "14 years ago, this idea came to me as I was walking across a pedestrian crossing, and I thought, 'That was a 'Mad Max' idea!' I put it aside, but once the seed was there, I found it would pop up from time to time like an imaginary friend."

And very surprisingly, even though 'Fury Road' is expected to be a huge action spectacle, a lot of the scenes were actually filmed on location and not green screened.

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Nicolas Hoult looks unrecognizable in the action-packed flick

"We crashed a lot of cars; every stunt was done, if not by the cast then by some very fine stunt men; and it was shot on a real location," he added. "I've had enough experience with CG to know that you can't really get some of that immersive material authentic in a way."

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Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa

Miller echoed this point to Entertainment Weekly, explaining, "I know when I see too much CG, that sort of takes me out of the experience. You want to have that sort of almost, I'm not going to say documentary experience, but you want to feel it like you're really immersed, like it's really happening. So we decided to literally do every car that's smashed is smashed, every stunt is a real human being, even the actors do a lot of their own stunts, and so on."

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Fans can expect the similar plot line of an apocalyptic earth without any functioning societies left, in the forsaken land the few survivors chose to fight as a necessity to survive, but one man still believes he can restore humanity and have order once again.

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