October 7, 2011 by staff
Milla Jovovich, The stars were in force for the world premiere of The Three Musketeers Vue 3D attended Westfield London Luke Evans, Ray Stevenson, Matthew McFadyen, Logan Lerman, Milla Jovovich, Orlando Bloom, Freddie Fox, Gabriela and Paul Wilde, Head WAS Anderson.
Our presenter Kimberley Marren lucky to be on the red carpet, where he talk with the young hero, Logan Lerman, Matthew McFadyen Musketeers themselves and Ray Stevenson as well as the villains of the piece of Milla Jovovich and Orlando Bloom.
Matthew Macfadyen, said: “The sword fighting had to be very precise, there is no deception, there was a kind of struggle against the stage, but it was fun.”
While Anderson said the director of the places “I went to Bavaria to go on a location scout, and if you had told me a year ago that he would be making a movie The Three Musketeers, in Bavaria, I’d say they were crazy” . While his Porthos said: “They opened their doors to us, we need to shoot in places never seen before!”
When asked about her character, Milla Jovovich, said “I think every modern woman sees similarities with my Mrs. de Winter, she is a modern woman stuck in the sixteenth century. I mean the hundreds XVI, women have no right to property, or have your own money or leave the house unattendended, so having a woman so focused on his career, he wants to be the best at what he does, but has many limits around, my heart was with her and I think all women who see this will be like “Go Girl, who whip children in shape!”
Speaking of Lorgan Lerman, who plays Gabriella Wilde Constanza’s love interest, said of the experience of working with him “was great, as Logan is a sweet guy and a very talented actor.” While Lerman said that “it was a dream come true to be a musketeer.”
When asked about his fan base will react to him being a villain, Orlando Bloom said: “There is little more than a villain, I think you’ll love it.”
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