" While we reported last month that Doug Liman was set to direct the new Warner Bros. The Three Musketeers film project, it seems that the cast for Paul W.S. Anderson similar 3D project is being rounded out. Heat Vision Blog is reporting that Anderson's The Three Musketeers has added such names as Christoph Waltz, Ray Stevenson and Anderson's wife, Milla Jovovich to the cast.
It was also said that Logan Lerman was in negotiations to portray D'Artagnan, the youngster who runs away from home to fight for French royalty. Other confirmed cast members are Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans and Matthew Macfadyen as Porthos, Athos and Aramis, along with Mads Mikkelsen portraying Rochefort. Waltz will portray Cardinal Richelieu and Jovovich will portray Milady de Winter. The site also reports that an offer has gone out to Orlando Bloom for the role of the Duke of Buckingham.
Anderson will direct the film, which will be shot in 3D, from a script he co-wrote with Andrew Davies. Filming was said to begin in September.
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