From the Louvre to Buckingham Palace, from the slums of Paris to the siege of La Rochelle... in a Kingdom divided by the wars of religion and threatened with invasion by England, a handful of men and women will cross their swords and link their destiny to that of France.
An ambitious diptych
The first images give a good idea of the tone, filthy and gloomy a little like the Pact of the Wolves, and of the staging of the film, a priori rather removed. The first line refers directly to Les Affranchis de Scorsese, which is to say the ambition of this project which promises plenty of sword duels, great music and stunning scenery.
What a cast
The film The Three Musketeers is a new adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' novel directed by Martin Bourboulon (Dad or Mom, Eiffel), a diptych with a more than ambitious budget (75 million euros) and a casting to make any casting director green with envy, namely: François Civil (D'Artagnan), Vincent Cassel (Athos), Romain Duris (Aramis), Pio Marmaï (Porthos), Eva Green (Milady) , Louis Garrel (Louis XIII), Vicky Krieps (Queen Anne of Austria), Lyna Khoudri (Constance Bonacieux) and Éric Ruf (Cardinal Richelieu).
The first part The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan will be released on April 5, 2023 and the second part, entitled The Three Musketeers: Milady, will be screened in theaters on December 13, 2023. Note that Pathé has already announced the release of films in 4K UHD on August 9, 2023.