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Summit Entertainment showing off the new Musketeers.

By Jarrod Sarafin     January 21, 2011
Source: Summit Entertainment

The classic heroes cornered in Paul W.S. Anderson's 3D adventure THE THREE MUSKETEERS(2011).
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A month after revealing the first look at the four leading heroes in Paul W.S. Anderson's upcoming 3D adventure The Three Musketeers, Summit Entertainment has provided us with two more snapshots at Matthew Macfadyen, Logan Lerman, Ray Stevenson and Luke Evans. Check out all three photos down below and sound off with your thoughts. This latest theatrical version of Alexandre Dumas' classic tale also stars Christoph Waltz, Milla Jovovich, Mads Mikkelsen, Orlando Bloom and James Corden.Andrew Davies and Alex Litvalk wrote the screenplay.

The Three Musketeers will arrive in 3D/2D theaters October 14, 2011.


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Whiskeymovie 1/21/2011 5:58:20 AM

Pictures are cool, but i wanna see footage....It will be interesting to see how Anderson does in this kind of flick....I always enjoy his movies....he makes fun, mindless entertainment,,,,nothing wrong with that.

samurai1138 1/21/2011 6:44:38 AM

How can Paul WS Anderson be making this? It isnt based on a videogame. I'm confused and have to lay down now.

Wiseguy 1/21/2011 8:54:37 AM

So which musketeer is Milla Jovovich playing? Talk about nepotism, Anderson and the Smith clan

Anderson is an ok director. Mostly mindless fun, his greatest effort remains Event Horizon a superb film IMO

monkeyfoot 1/21/2011 9:01:59 AM

You can remake most books over and over ad infinitum as far as I'm concerned if the public will handle it. Not sure I want to see another Musketeer film, though. Have to see a trailer.

redvector 1/21/2011 10:06:38 AM

My favorite version will always be the one with Oliver Reed, Micheal York, and Richard Chamberlain. With Christopher Lee and Charlton Heston as the villains. The perfect blend of spectacular sword work, slapstick comedy and seat of your pants adventure.

CaptAmerica04 1/21/2011 10:55:55 AM

 Logan Lerman looks SO out of his element, unless he's playing "Dartagnan, the court fop and cabana boy."  It doesn't help that he's also half the size of Ray Stevenson.  That just kills it for me.

Maybe I'm alone on this, but I still think that the Disney version from the '90s, with Charlie Sheen and Kiefer Sutherland was really really good.  Oliver Platt was the most likeable and believable version of Porthos in any version of this story.  Chris O'Donnell was weak, but even he was acceptable.  And who can possibly top Tim Curry's Cardinal Richelieu?!  Tim Curry is brilliant in anything, and his turn as the evil Cardinal was underrated (and should've been in Mania's 100 Villains list, IMHO).

I await a trailer on this, but I'm not holding my breath.

InnerSanctum 1/21/2011 1:25:12 PM

 CaptAmerica04:  No, you are not alone.  I really enjoyed the 90's version.  I even liked The Man in the Iron Mask, which featured some great actors playing the Musketeers in a rather underrated film.  

Paul W.S. Anderson doesn't give me a lot of confidence in this film.  I can honestly say I've never liked one film he has made.  And, I'm growing weary of 3D.  Am I the only one who finds MOST of the films shot in 3D needing it as a gimmick?  Not to mention unnecessarily raising the price of admission. Tron: Legacy being an exception. 

MrOptimusPrime 1/21/2011 4:26:30 PM

Redvector has it right and I said so myself before when the first photo showed up for this movie.  Those movies were instant classics and I was allowed to watch them when I was under 10!!!  Think about that if you have seen these that might be grounds for DYFUS to come into my home and take me away!!!  Hell they come and take you away for much less than that!! 



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