Milla Jovovich said she does not believe that her 'cleavage' alone will draw people to see the movie. She said that in response to a movie critic who has told audiences that Milla Jovovich's cleavage alone was worth the price of admission to 'The Three Musketeers' on October 15 in Wellington. Milla stars in her husband Paul W.S. Anderson’s upcoming 3D action feature The Three Musketeers. In an interview earlier this month Paul discussed a saucy review of the film.
"I can't believe he told you that story!" stuff.co.nz quoted the star as telling MTV News. "That's so embarrassing. I'm like, 'Honey, you can't tell people that!' I'm trying to be taken seriously, and now my cleavage is going to sell tickets," she said. Milla admits that she made sure she was in great shape before filming. She has joked that she trained her bosom very well. "I did have to prepare a lot to make my cleavage what it was," Milla recalled. "I had to eat a lot of pasta and get cinched really tightly into the corset to get the effect and let the girls do the acting for me. Each one took classes. Stanislavski. I think the left one is more talented than the right."
On the other hand Paul W.S. Anderson was proud. Sitting in a swanky London hotel earlier this month while promoting "The Three Musketeers," the director happily recounted one critic's opinion of his 3-D action-adventure and the quality of the performance of Milla Jovovich, who is not only one of the film's stars but also his wife.
About the fencing in "The Three Musketeers" Milla said that she was so impressed with Aishwarya Rai's sword fight in 2008 blockbuster 'Jodhaa Akbar' that she tried to be like her in her new movie 'The Three Musketeers'. 'Well I watched 'Jodhaa Akbar' and I must say that I was simply taken away by the action scenes in the movie done by gorgeous lady Aishwarya Rai,' Jovovich said.
|Jovovich in The Three Musketeer|
|Jovovich in Fencing|