Thursday, May 14, 2015

Charlize Theron: Cli-fi movie ''Mad Max'' landscape awaits unless we tackle climate change

via the GUARDIAN

The star of the new Mad Max movie, Fury Road, has spoken of the film as a cautionary tale which offers a premonition of a world ravaged by drought and hardship unless global warming is addressed

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Charlize Theron at the Mad Max: Fury Road press conference.
Charlize Theron at the Mad Max: Fury Road press conference. Photograph: IAN LANGSDON/EPA

The actor Charlize Theron, who takes a leading role in the new Mad Max movie as a one-armed warrior driving five sex slaves to safety, has expressed her fears that a bleak future awaits the planet unless global warming is addressed.
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Hardy is reportedly signed up for three more instalments and a separate live action show is also apparently in the works. But Miller, now 70, suggested a pause might be necessary before work on follow-ups began.
“I feel like a woman who’s just given birth to a really big baby. And then someone says: ‘When are you gonna have your next one?’”