It's time to get Mad...again.
It sounds like cameras are finally going to start rolling on Mad Max: Fury Road, the much-anticipated reboot of Mel Gibson's classic postapocalyptic franchise.
They have a tentative start time. "It's supposed to go in the new year, in February," she told me the other day while promoting her new indie flick, Beware the Gonzo. "They've made the costumes, the vehicles...You know, they're halfway there. They just can't seem to make it to, 'Action!'"
Director George Miller has had to delay the Australia-based shoot for more than a year now after bad weather forced him to change locations.
One project Kravitz is definitely not doing—voicing a character in an upcoming animated Spider-Man television series. "I don't know why it says that on my IMDb," she said. "I don't even know what it is."
But she certainly knows another comic-book-based flick: X-Men: First Class, the latest installment of the superhero franchise in which she played Angel Salvadore. Kravitz is ready to make another. "Let's hope so," she said when I asked about plans for a sequel. "It was really fun. Everyone was there to make a really great film, to do the work and to bring some depth to the story. We became all so incredibly close."
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