Mel Gibson has signed on to reprise his role as "Mad Max." The film, titled "Fury Road", is slated to begin filming next May with a budget of $104 Million.
George Miller, the man who directed and co-wrote the first three films of the franchise, is back as director and writer from a script that took him three years to put together.
Gibson is reportedly getting $25 Million for the film, which is the second largest payday in movie history right after Arnold Schwartzenegger for "Terminator 3" who is reportedly receiving $30 Million.
No plot details ave been released yet about "Fury Road" other than Max is still in the lawless, post-apocalyptic Australian outback.