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    March 26, 2011


    It's been a while since we last reported something about Paul W.S. Anderson's The Three Musketeers in 3D. Last time we heard, the principal photography was actively on-going and next thing is we have ourselves a new teaser trailer. So sit tight and enjoy.

    The Three Musketeers 'in 3D' plays the 3D gimmick again, just like Paul WS Anderson's last directorial effort Resident Evil: Afterlife. The popular horror franchise did managed to hold great attention of mine in regards to its 3D usage, well considering the film-maker has repeatedly hailed it as a 'technology from James Cameron' on its trailers. It may seems ridiculous but the teaser could have some popping images coming out if you do see them in the trailer soon. However, with the recent offerings from the Hollywood, the 3D gimmick may no longer part of a great marketing valuables since most of the 3D films have landed in thud.

    All we know is that The Three Musketeer will boasts castings like:

    • Ray Stevenson will play Porthos
    • Luke Evans will play Athos
    • Matthew Macfadyen will play Aramis
    • Logan Lerman will play D'Artagnan
    • Christoph Waltz will once again play a villainous role, Cardinal Richelieu
    • Mads Mikkelsen will play Rochefort
    • Milla Jovovich will play Milady de Winter, a former flame of Athos
    • James Corden will play Planchet
    • Orlando Bloom will play Duke of Buckingham
    • Juno Temple will play Queen Anne
    For the synopsis: "The hot-headed young D'Artagnan (Logan Lerman) along with three formerly legendary but now down on their luck Musketeers must unite and prevent a beautiful double agent and her villainous employer from seizing the French throne and engulfing Europe in war".

    With a script by TV stalwart / Bridget Jones's Diary scribe Andrew Davies and Predators’ Alex Litvak with Summit Entertainment is distributing it. The film is arriving on October 14 in Malaysia and in the United States.

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