Furiosa: There will be a blast of action in 'Furiosa', 78 days were spent filming the 15-minute scene.

It took 78 days to film the 15-minute scene of 'Furiosa', the prequel to the hollywood film 'Mad Max'. Explosive action will be seen in this film by George Miller.

Everyone knows that filmmaking is a long process. During production, many takes are required to film a scene. Sometimes it is completed in one take and sometimes it takes a lot of time. This has been proved by 'Furiosa', the prequel to the hollywood film 'Mad Max'. It took 78 days to film one 15-minute scene of the film. The film's director George Miller revealed this during an interview.

200 stunt men used to work hard every day

The director of the film told in a recent interview that 200 stuntmen were present on the set every day to film a 15-minute action scene of the film. It took a total of 78 days to completely film this scene.

That's why it took so long

Talking about the reason why it took so much time to film the 15-minute scene of the film, the film's actress Anya-Taylor Joy said, 'I had a long discussion with director George on this. When I asked him why this scene was taking so long, he said, 'It's because you see the display of skill during the battle and that's very important to understand how resourceful Furiosa is, but I also have patience.

Will be released on this day

According to media reports, this film will be released on May 24, courtesy of Warner Bros. Apart from Anya-Taylor Joy, tom Burke, Angle Sampson, Daniel Weber, and Nathan Jones will be seen in important roles in this film.

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