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‘Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga’ receives six-minute standing ovation at Cannes

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga received a six-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival, reportedly leaving the cast and director George Miller emotional.The film, which is set for wide release on May 23, stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth and serves as a prequel to 2015’s Mad Max: Fury Road starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Zoë Kravitz.In the prequel, Taylor-Joy stars as a younger version of Theron’s character, who is snatched by the sadistic warlord Dementus (Hemsworth). Forced to ride through the Wastelands with a great biker horde, Furiosa must fight to find her way home while Dementus and fellow tyrant Immortal Joe battle for dominance in the desert.Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga debuted at Cannes yesterday (May 15), and was met with a lengthy standing ovation, as is tradition at the French film festival.Variety reported that Hemsworth grew emotional during the applause, while the actor was also filmed kissing director George Miller on the head.

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Watch behind-the-scenes video of Muse’s Matt Bellamy recording new ‘1984’ score at Abbey Road
Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has recorded a score for an Audible version of 1984 – check out behind-the-scenes footage of the Abbey Road sessions below.The recording was done for a new audio thriller based on George Orwell’s dystopian classic, which is shared today (April 4) on Audible – exactly 40 years after the date of the protagonist’s first diary entry.The audio drama features an all-star cast, including Oscar-nominated actor Andrew Garfield, who leads the adaptation as main character Winston alongside Grammy and Oscar-nominated actor Cynthia Erivo as Julia. Andrew Scott plays the alluring, mysterious and dangerous O’Brien, while Tom Hardy voices the infamous Big Brother.Alongside the narrations, helping transport listeners into the dystopian world is Muse songwriter, guitarist and frontman Matt Bellamy, who has joined forces with award-winning composer Ilan Eshkeri to create an original score.The soundtrack was performed by the London Metropolitan Orchestra at Abbey Road studios, and you can find a new behind-the-scenes video of Bellamy and Eshkeri recording at the iconic London space below.“The music we created is more than a soundtrack; it’s a haunting echo of a future that Orwell warned us about and a reflection of our current societal trajectories,” Bellamy and Eshkeri said in a joint statement.