The two Musketeers stars chatted with the mag about the movie, filming overseas and catering towards their audience instead of critics. Check it:
On trying to grow out his hair: “That was definitely a b****. I tried growing my hair long, but I get a big â€™fro. It turned into a mushroom.”
On being a shadow on the set: “I was lucky enough to learn about these 3-D systems hands-on, and that was my main focus. Comprehending how it works wasnâ€™t actually as complicated as I expected it to be.”
On his connection to the story: “My grandfather had to leave his home in Berlin as a child during World War II. He and his family traveled through India, and he grew up in China. He only took two books with him when he left, and one of them was ‘The Three Musketeers.’ That was what made me decide to do this movie. Every week, I go to my grandfatherâ€™s house for breakfast, and heâ€™s so excited about my being a musketeer.”
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Posted to: Logan Lerman