While the return of the 'Mad Max' franchise after 30 years in 'Fury Road' didn't set the world box office on fire, it successfully rejuvenated the series with one of the best films of the year and six Oscars. Now, it's creator George Miller has reaffirmed his desire to return to in the near future.
Speaking to the Independent, the Australian director confirmed that "If the planets align, there will be two other films" and that the fan-favourite Doof Warrior would return, despite seemingly dying at the end of 'Fury Road', saying "I know who his mother was. I know how it was that a man who is mute and blind survived the apocalypse. I know his story very well! If we get to make another movie, the Doof Warrior will be there! I'm hard-wired for the imaginative life. It's part of who I am. These characters and these worlds tend to swirl around in the back of your brain like imaginary friends. It's easy to go back to them."
The 72 year old director also re-confirmed his intention to produce a smaller film before delving back into the 'Mad Max' universe.
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