Movie maniacs are always up for a good rumor to gossip. While waiting for the final outcome of any movie, peeking little informations from behind the scenes makes the waiting more exciting. However, sometimes these rumors doesn’t turns out to be true. There has been recently some rumors about the movie Mad Max: Fury Road that never featured on movie’s screenplay. However the co-writer of the film, George Miller claimed that it did.
The Mad Max: Fury Road’s official credit was regarded to the director of the movie George Miller, along with Nick Lathouris and McCarthy. In the past week McCarthy addressed this issue of the film having no script in the presently deleted tweets. George Miller also supported McCarthy’s words by saying in an interview with Indiewire.
Here’s what Miller said, “I’m not sure how the notion that Fury Road had no script came about. I suppose it’s because of the room lined with storyboards. Of course there was a script! How else could we have presented the project to a studio, cast and crew to elicit their interest?”
We are not yet sure how this no script rumor initiated, but in the deleted tweets of Brandon McCarthy, he blamed George Miller for this. But, in the end, there’s not one but three people who received the credit for the screenplay of Mad Max: Fury Road. It is absolutely necessary to have a screenplay for Writers’ Guild of America to judge everyone’s contribution to it.
But the idea of this remarkable film having no script at all is interesting in its own way. It would have made it much more remarkable if the film did not follow the traditional rules. But the rumors were fake and so the people behind the movie must get their share of credit.