Charlize Theron says ‘Mad Max’ will start filming in June


While promoting “Snow White and the Huntsman,” Charlize Theron confirmed a star date for the fourth film in the “Max” franchise, which is titled: “Mad Max: Fury Road.” While talking with MTV in an interview published on Tuesday, the “Prometheus” star says the long delayed is primed to star next month.

When asked about the filming actually starting,Theron grinned and dropped the bomb.

“You want some inside scoop…start date June 2nd.”

The film has been in some phase of pre-production since 2009, so the actress addressed if there have been changes already.

“We’ve had a lot of time to talk about it. We’ve also had (a lot) of rehearsal time…I think it’s been good. I think you have to find the positive…waiting that long to do a film.”

During the long pre-production process, several rumors have leaked and one involved the “Huntsman” actress losing her arm in “Fury Road.”

 “I will do anything, you know that. I get fat. I get ugly. You know these things…(laughs as interview was ‘Fat, ugly without an arm) maybe only four toes.”


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