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Get ready for not one, but two 'Three Musketeers' films to hit theaters soon, with at least one of them in 3-D.

Paul W.S. Anderson's 3-D version will now start filming in August to be ready by summer 2011, instead of the previously announced 2012 date, according to The Hollywood Reporter. His version, from Summit Entertainment, will co-star his wife, Milla Jovovich, as the scheming Milady de Winter.

Anderson (the director of 'Death Race' and 'Resident Evil: Afterlife') is racing not just to hit that summer 2011 window, but to beat a rival production, to be directed by Doug Liman, to theaters. The cast for Liman's film has not yet been announced. Get ready for not one, but two 'Three Musketeers' films to hit theaters soon, with at least one of them in 3-D.

Paul W.S. Anderson's 3-D version will now start filming in August to be ready by summer 2011, instead of the previously announced 2012 date, according to the Hollywood Reporter. His version, from Summit Entertainment, will co-star his wife, Milla Jovovich, as the scheming Milady de Winter.

Anderson (the director of 'Death Race' and 'Resident Evil: Afterlife') is racing not just to hit that summer 2011 window, but to beat a rival production, to be directed by Doug Liman, to theaters. The cast for Liman's film has not yet been announced.

The 3-D version will tap Matthew Macfadyen ('Pride and Prejudice') Ray Stevenson ('The Book of Eli'), Luke Evans ('Clash of the Titans') as the three Musketeers, with Oscar winner Christoph Waltz as Cardinal Richelieu and Mads Mikkelsen as Lady de Winter's evil henchman, Rochefort.

Logan Lerman
('Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief') is in negotiations to play D'Artagnan and an offer is reportedly out to Orlando Bloom to play the Duke of Buckingham.