First things first... According to madmaxmovies, MSNBC posted a snippet regarding Mel Gibson’s comments during an interview with Fox News, Sean Hannity...
"March 29 issue - Last week Mel Gibson told Fox News talk-show host Sean Hannity he was interested in filming the story of the Maccabees—the Jewish liberators whose triumph is celebrated at Chanukah. Could Gibson, whose "Passion of the Christ" has been called anti-Semitic, have been serious? Absolutely, says his publicist, Alan Neirob. "I've heard him talk about this project for years." But Gibson won't be doing it this year—for one thing, he's making a fourth "Mad Max" movie (the first since 1985), called "Mad Max: Fury Road." "Isn't it funny," one industry source muses. "A month ago, everybody was saying 'The Passion' would hurt Mel's career, and now all anyone wants to know is what he's doing next."
Not exactly anything "New" rather simply, new... Does that make sense? Any ways, if Mel is tied up this year, then perhaps we'll all be *insert expletive here* to a new Mad Max film within the next 1-2 years (Concrete confirmation from the man himself)? Aside from that, want to see more of the old, check this out, which was also posted at roadwarusa... On April the 15th and 16th, Wez, actor Vernon Wells, will be making an appearance in San Antonio, complete with an Apocalyptic car show & the likes... Just check out roadwarsusa for more info.