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George Miller Has A ‘Thing’ About Anya Taylor-Joy’s Mouth & It Changed Her Furiosa

Clearly, Anya Taylor-Joy went through quite a lot to play “Furiosa,” but there’s one thing she didn’t have to do … and that was shave her head. Charlize Theron quite infamously shaved her head to play the adult version of the character in “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and Taylor-Joy told Ramin Setoodeh she was more than willing to do the same thing. Apparently, George Miller told her he didn’t want her to do that.

Why? When Taylor-Joy initially asked Miller about buzzing her hair off, he wasn’t totally sure of the movie’s shooting schedule, and for at least part of the movie, Furiosa has long hair (according to the interview, she doesn’t shave it off until the “final act of the film”). Miller, whom Taylor-Joy calls a “softie,” says that she begged to buzz her hair, but the director was unmoved. “He saw my hair and he said, ‘It’s beautiful. Don’t do it,'” the actress revealed. Fascinatingly, aside from the bald cap that’s fitted specifically to her head that she wears once Furiosa shears her locks, she has a second cap just for the hair-cutting scene. “That’s a second bald cap that has hair that I can actually cut,” Taylor-Joy explained.

“Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” hits theaters on May 24, and fans of the franchise — and of Taylor-Joy — will finally be able to see her representation of the character.

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