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Saturday 18 April 2015

Mila lights up Musketeers carpet

Milla Jovovich and her husband Paul WS Anderson at the world premiere of The Three Musketeers
Milla Jovovich and her husband Paul WS Anderson at the world premiere of The Three Musketeers

Milla Jovovich lit up the red carpet at the world premiere of The Three Musketeers - and issued a sharp warning to her director husband if the film was not to her liking.

The actress stars in the latest adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas story, and is married to its director Paul WS Anderson.

At the star-studded premiere at west London's Westfield shopping centre, the actress and model said: "I haven't seen the finished product so if it isn't good my husband's going to get a hook in the ribs with a short stick."

The Hollywood star, who also plays the lead in Anderson's Resident Evil films, wore a slinky gold and black gown by Salvatore Ferragamo, but said her costumes in the film were far less comfortable.

She said: "Fighting in the corset and the 30lb skirt is one of the hardest things I've ever done in an action film so I hope everyone enjoys it."

Anderson, who said his wife "looks just ravishing" in the period dresses she had to wear, was not bracing himself for being attacked by Milla.

"She's my harshest critic and I'm her biggest fan, so when she's happy it makes me very happy, and so far she's been happy," he said.

Also on the red carpet were cast members Matthew Macfadyen, Luke Evans and Ray Stevenson, who play the Musketeers.

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