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‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’: George Miller’s Next Film

Oscar-winning filmmaker George Miller has a new film on the horizon, and it’s not going to be like anything the Aussie has made before. Three Thousand Years of Longing will be the title, and other than knowing Miller has written the script and will be directing, that’s about all we know at this point. This is […]

‘Twilight Zone: The Movie’ Turns 35 Years Old Today

35 years ago today, Twilight Zone Movie opened in the theaters.  The 1983 feature film was directed by Steven Spielberg, George Miller, Joe Dante, and John Landis, and took it’s cues from the 1959-1964 television series created by Rod Serling, The Twilight Zone. The film, in reality, is a retelling by four directors of 4 iconic stories from the original tv […]

George Miller And Warner Brothers Going To Court Over ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

It would seem the future of a Mad Max: Fury Road sequel from George Miller may be in jeopardy after a claim was filed by the director against Warner Brothers. Miller says the studio owes his production company a hefty contractual bonus in the neighborhood of $7 million dollars for the box office success of the film. The […]

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Mad Max: Fury Road Funko Pops Are Long Overdue, But Coming!

Mad Max: Fury Road was an amazing film, and curiously, back when it was in theaters, we did not get much merchandise to collect from it. Not even the one thing that everything gets: Funko Pops. Well, that is about to change, as we finally are getting the Pops from the film that we always wanted. […]

Furiosa Prequel/Sequel May Still Happen, Says Charlize Theron

2015 was a damn good year for women in action films, and the pack was led unquestioningly by Mad Max: Fury Road and its powerful female force, Furiosa. Played by Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron, the war rig driving, headbutting surprise standout star quickly became a point of reference for how a good female action character could be […]

Luke Cage, Justice League, Wonder Woman, Indiana Jones – The Previous Development Hells

After yesterday’s interview with Adam Marcus and Curtis Fortier about this weekends Development Hell performance of Sam Hamm’s 1989 Watchmen script was posted, I noticed in the comments that someone was asking if these were recorded. They are and available on Youtube. I’ve linked the previous ones below. The one this Saturday (which I’ll be part […]

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On This Day In Pop Culture For March 3

Welcome to This Day in Pop Culture History, a daily look at important events, birthdays, and other oddities in pop culture! History is important, and we aim to educate here at Bleeding Cool, so without further ado, here are some things that have happened on March 3: 1847- The US Post Office is authorized to issue […]


Mad Max: Fury Road Lives Again In Black & Chrome Edition

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced it will re-release Mad Max: Fury Road in its mythic black & white edition as part of a new release of the Mad Max series. Coming Soon reports the new set will be called The Mad Max High Octane Collection and contain all four films plus five hours of […]



Star Wars: The Force Awakens Dominate Saturn Award Nominations

The Saturn Award nominations have been released and leading the film categories is Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The sci-fi/fantasy film series’ return lead with fifteen nominations. Mad Max: Fury Road landed nine nominations, including a best actress nod for Charlize Theron. Matt Damon was nominated in the best actor category for his starring role […]

Justice League To Begin Shooting In April

Seemingly putting to rest worries that Warner Bros. may lack confidence in its DC Films plan, Entertainment Weekly reports Justice League —  Part One will begin filming April 11th in the United Kingdom. In the last few weeks, online commentators suggested the studio may be unsure of director Zack Snyder following early screenings of Batman […]


George Miller May Yet Direct Another Mad Max

While responding to the news of his best director nomination and the film’s nod for best picture — among ten other nominations — Mad Max: Fury Road‘s George Miller clarified that he would be interested in making another film in the post-apocalyptic series. He just wants to wait a while before pursuing the Road Warrior […]

George Miller Done With Mad Max?

According to Page Six (via The Wrap), Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller says he is done with road warrior and his desert wasteland. “I’ve shot in Australia in a field of wild flowers and flat red earth when it rained heavily forever,” he reportedly said. “We had to wait 18 months and every […]

Mad Max: Fury Road Gets Another Accolade; Black And White Version May Live Again

According to The Wrap, the Online Film Critics Society named Mad Max: Fury Road the best film of 2015. The group also recognized director George Miller, editor Margaret Sixel and cinematographer John Seale. Here’s the complete list of winners: Best Picture: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Animated Feature: Inside Out Best Film Not in the […]

Mad Max: Fury Road Receives Golden Globe Best Picture Nomination

It never quite seemed possible for a film like Mad Max: Fury Road to get the attention of the critical community and yet, it has. Since the National Board of Review named it best picture of 2015, people have wondered if the film might actually be an Oscar contender. And, to be honest, it makes […]

Boston Online Film Critics Name Mad Max: Fury Road Best Picture

It’s happened again. Mad Max: Fury Road has been named best picture by the Boston Online Film Critics Association, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film also received recognition in other categories, winning best director for George Miller, best cinematography for John Seale, best editing for Margaret Sixel and best original score for Junkie XL. […]