All this week we’ve been putting up interviews with the cast and filmmakers from the latest version of the classic Alexandre Dumas novel, The Three Musketeers. The movie has been remade numerous times with the Oliver Reed? version probably the most famous. This new version brings together a great group of actors which I had the privileged of chatting with last week before the World Premiere.

In today’s interview, we get to chat with The Three Musketeers themselves, Luke Evans (Aramis), Matthew Macfadyen (Athos) & Ray Stevenson (Porthos). In the interview, we talk about what it was like learning to fight with real swords, what it was like working with James Corden who plays Planchet and of course I manage to get in the question about Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds!

The Three Musketeers is out in UK cinemas now. Keep your eyes peeled tomorrow for our final interview with Director, Paul W.S. Anderson and keep track of all our other interviews and coverage here.

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