We recently reported that director George Miller's new film will have Weta on board for the digital effects and now it seems the film will be seen in a popular new format. Inside Film is reporting that Mad Max: Fury Road will be shot in 3D. Here's an excerpt from the site's article.

"We are doing 3D on Fury Road - we are shooting with real 3D cameras," Dr Miller told INSIDEFILM. RELATED: Mad Max Director George Miller Pays Loving Tribute to Fury Road Villain Hugh Keays-Byrne

The $100 million-plus film will receive the Australian government's 40 per cent Producer Offset rebate and is currently in pre-production.

"Seven years ago we were going to shoot in 3D but the technology in cinemas wasn't geared for it then but I always loved 3D or stereo," he said.

The site is also reporting a rumor that Miller is building his own 3D rigs and cameras for the film. A rep would only say that Miller, "is working on new 3D advancements" for the film.

We'll be sure to keep you posted with any further developments on Mad Max: Fury Road as soon as we have more information.