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MAD MAX: FURY ROAD: Abbey Lee Kershaw cast in MAD MAX 4

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Abbey Lee Kershaw cast in Mad Max Fury Road. Abbey Lee Kershaw’s casting in Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller‘s Mad Max 4, answers the question of who will fill the role that Teresa Palmer left vacant when she departed from the film because of its constant delays.

We previously reported on Mad Max: Fury Road casting here: Adelaide Clemens, Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, and Zoe Kravitz join Mad Max 4: Fury Road.

When and what what kind of delays led to Teresa Palmer’s departure:

Back in November of 2011, Miller explained the reasons for the delay, which involved unprecedented rains in the Australian outback turning their desert setting into fertile ground. Not exactly the same iconic imagery we know from the first three films.

About Abbey Lee Kershaw role in Mad Max: Fury Road from a “well placed film source”:

Obviously it’s set in a post-apocalyptic world, and women, especially beautiful women, are scarce, so men have been locking them up in cages. Abbey is one of them. She’s perfect.

About Abbey Lee Kershaw:

Abbey Lee Kershaw (born 12 June 1987 in Melbourne, Australia) also known as Abbey Lee, is an Australian fashion model. Following several years of success leading up to the 2011 fashion seasons, V magazine dubbed Kershaw a supermodel.

Abbey Lee Kershaw photos:

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Abbey Lee Kershaw Tom Ford


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Abbey Lee Kershaw Street Style


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Abbey Lee Kershaw Vogue Korea

Mad Max: Fury Road also stars Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Isabella Kravitz, Adelaide Clemens, and Richard Norton.

Mad Max: Fury Road supposedly has an estimated budget of $100 million and is scheduled to start filming in Namibia, Africa in April 2012.

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Source: Imdb, Wikipedia, Geektyrant, Dailytelegraph


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