Summary of Premiere n°529: The Three Musketeers, Eva Green, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Doctor Strange 2, Robert Eggers…

Summary of Premiere n°529: The Three Musketeers, Eva Green, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Doctor Strange 2, Robert Eggers...
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Premiere n°529 with 2 covers The Three Musketeers
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Premiere n°529 with 2 covers The Three Musketeers
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Premiere No. 529: On the cover: The Three Musketeers
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Premiere No. 529: Portrait of Kelly MacDonald
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Premiere n°529: Interview with Robert Eggers
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Premiere n°529: Focus on Cannes 2022
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Premiere n°529: Meeting with Charlotte Gainsbourg
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Premiere n°529: Interview with Louis Leterrier
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Premiere #529: Retro Mario Bava
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Premiere No. 529: The critical summary
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Summary of Premiere n°529: The Three Musketeers, Eva Green, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Doctor Strange 2, Robert Eggers...
Premiere n°529 with 2 covers The Three Musketeers
Premiere n°529 with 2 covers The Three Musketeers
Premiere No. 529: On the cover: The Three Musketeers
Premiere No. 529: Portrait of Kelly MacDonald
Premiere n°529: Interview with Robert Eggers
Premiere n°529: Focus on Cannes 2022
Premiere n°529: Meeting with Charlotte Gainsbourg
Premiere n°529: Interview with Louis Leterrier
Premiere #529: Retro Mario Bava
Premiere No. 529: The critical summary

Premiere n°529 with 2 covers The Three Musketeers

Premiere n°529 with 2 covers The Three Musketeers

Premiere No. 529: On the cover: The Three Musketeers

Premiere No. 529: Portrait of Kelly MacDonald

Premiere n°529: Interview with Robert Eggers

Premiere n°529: Focus on Cannes 2022

Premiere n°529: Meeting with Charlotte Gainsbourg

Premiere n°529: Interview with Louis Leterrier

Premiere #529: Retro Mario Bava

Premiere No. 529: The critical summary

The May 2022 issue hits newsstands, with two collector covers.

First exclusively invites you to discover the first images of the Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan and The Three Musketeers: Miladya pharaonic project made in France, split into two parts which will be released in cinemas on April 5 and December 13, 2023. Its creators present it at the heart of a special file: producer Dimitri Rassam, director Martin Bourboulon, screenwriters Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de la Patellière, as well as the main actors François Civil (D’Artagnan), Vincent Cassel (Athos), Romain Duris (Aramis), Pio Marmaï (Porthos) and Eva Green (Milady).

[Exclu] The Three Musketeers on the cover of Premiere: “These two films are modern westerns”

Other interviews are also on the program of this n°529. Robert Eggersthe director of The Witch and of The Lighthousefor example, agreed to answer our questions about The Northmanhis Viking film with a five-star cast (Alexander Skarsgard, Anya Taylor-Joy, Björk, Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe…). Charlotte Gainsbourg evokes for its part the 80s, when it shines in Passengers of the nightby Mikhaël Hers, while Louis Leterrier looks back on his career at Marvel, while talking about his recent films and series at Netflix (Far from the ring road, Lupine…). First also offers you a portrait of the British actress Kelly MacDonald : the revelation of Trainspotting returns with to the cinema in Cunning, by John Madden. A focus on the 74th edition of the Cannes Film Festival is also planned, as is a retrospective of the career of Mario Bavawhose horror classics (The Mask of the Demon, Rabid Dogs, etc.) are released on blu-ray.

On the critical side, in addition to the works mentioned above, the films that will make the event in May 2022 are called Babysitter, My Afghan Family, The Hills Where the Lionesses Roar, Warsaw 83, a State Affair, The Deer KingWhere Limboon the cinema side, as well asApollo 10 1/2: the rockets of my childhood, Mikado and Prayers for the Stolenin streaming. First also reviews the series Gaslight, Oussekine, The Baby, Visitors and The Shining Girlsand offers you an interview with Jamie Hector, the actor of TheWire who finds David Simon for We Own the City.
As for the “film which…” game, it is Mary Drucker (Another world) which lends itself to it.

Good reading !

Here is the editorial of this 529th issue:

Panache

On our double cover, it seems obvious. François Civil as d’Artagnan, Romain Duris as Aramis, Vincent Cassel as Athos, Pio Marmaï as Porthos, while Eva Green pulls out the guns to play Milady. It’s bright; it was enough to think about it. As it was enough to take Dumas’ masterpiece literally to reinvent the cloak and dagger film and resuscitate popular cinema with great spectacle. Yes, all this seems obvious, logical, indisputable. But… not so fast. If we look more closely, we realize that it still took a lot of audacity to tackle such a monument. Producer Dimitri Rassam didn’t choose the easy way and imposed a number of obstacles on himself that didn’t make his job any easier. His Three Musketeers basically resemble a prototype: with his scriptwriters and his director, he chose to cut the film into two parts; he wanted to remain faithful to the language of the time and recontextualize the action during the wars of religion; he made the choice of the natural decor… In the end, it is undoubtedly these choices that will make the difference. Which will allow you to rediscover the sublime Dumasian perfume made up of fantasy, romance, history and action. In any case, one thing is certain: these Three Musketeers whose story we tell you exclusively in these pages, and which will be released in 2023, have bet on invention and, in a world dedicated to nostalgia and remake, it can’t hurt.

Gaël Golhen, editor-in-chief

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