Ray Stevenson

Ray Stevenson

Ray Stevenson has called The Three Musketeers a 'joyous' film and set to work on.

The actor takes on the role of Porthos in Paul W.S. Anderson's new adaptation of the popular story - a movie that sees him team up with Luke Evans, Matthew macfayden and Logan Lerman; who play Aramis, Athos and D'Artagnan.

Speaking to FemaleFirst the actor said: "This film was one of those joyous films to be one and it comes from the top, it comes from Jeremy and from Paul, and that enthusiasm is just infectious and it just lit up everyone - not just the cast but the crew as well.

"Everyone felt some kind of ownership and pride in this movie and just enjoyed it - there was a lot of work, any movie will beat up, but this movie paid dividence every single day."

The Three Musketeers is the second big budget movie of the year for Stevenson after starring in Thor ealier this summer.

He has completed work on Jayne Mansfield's Car, which has been directed by Billy Bob Thornton, and is currently working on G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation.

The Three Musketeers is released 12th October.

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