Mad Max: Fury Road Prequels Has A Release Date

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Warner Bors has announced that Mad Max: Fury Road will hit theaters in 2023

Warner Bros has announced release dates for three of its upcoming films: George Miller’s Mad Max prequel: Fury Road, titled Furiosa; a musical adaptation of El color purpura; and the family movie Coyote vs. Acme. All three films will make their theatrical debuts in 2023.

Furious, the prequel to Mad Max: Fury Road will star Anya Taylor-Joy (Lady’s Gambit) in the title role, arriving on June 23. The live-action / animation hybrid Coyote vs. Acme will do it on July 21 and The Color Purple will arrive on December 20.

Earlier this December, Warner Bros. shared its plans to premiere its entire 2021 roster, including The Matrix 4, Dune, and The Suicide Squad, simultaneously on the HBO Max streaming service and in theaters. The study drew a great deal of criticism for its unique one-year release model in response to the pandemic. Yesterday’s announcement suggests that Warner Bros. intends to continue its commitment to theatrical releases.

Then we leave you all the information that there is so far about the three projects.

Furious: The Prequel to Mad Max: Fury Road.

Chris Hemsworth and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will join Taylor-Joy in Furiosa, which takes place in the time before the events seen in Mad Max: Fury Road. George Miller, director of 1979’s Mad Max and its three sequels, returns to direct, write and produce the prequel, along with his production partner Doug Mitchell.

Coyote vs. Acme;

Dave Green will be the director of the film Coyote vs. Acme, which centers on the old rivalry between Wile E. Coyote and his contraption supplier. The director of Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn, is co-writing the screenplay, based on the fictional article by Ian Frazier of the New Yorker magazine of the same name. Chris DeFaria and James Gunn will produce the film with Two Monkeys, A Goat and Another, Dead, Monkey.

Purple color;

The purple color is being adapted from the Tony-winning musical and the 1985 film. Blitz Bazawule will direct this remake, which will be produced by Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg. The film tells the story of Celie, a black woman who lives in the South in the early 20th century and who learns her self-esteem thanks to the help of two friends.

Spielberg directed the original film adaptation of The Color Purple in the 1980s, starring Danny Glover, Whoopi Goldberg, and Winfrey. The story is an adaptation of Alice Walker’s 1982 novel and was made into a Broadway musical in 2005.

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