September 12, 2010 |
Fighting legions of monsters? No problem. Behaving like an "animal," even with the help of Robert De Niro and Edward Norton? Problem. " 'Resident Evil' movies are easy because they're so fun, with the excitement and the action; with a movie like 'Stone,' it was such a hard character to play," says Milla Jovovich, whose Lucetta may be a sexual weapon in the duel between De Niro's and Norton's characters, or possibly much more. "It was one of those people I would never want to know in my real life.
August 6, 2009 |
The grass is always greener, especially when not tainted by the blood of zombies. Whereas most actresses in Hollywood would probably give their eyeteeth, or someone else's, to have an action franchise, Milla Jovovich suffers her share of combat fatigue. She's sincerely delighted with -- and dedicated to -- the undead-stomping "Resident Evil" series (she's suiting up for No.
September 24, 2007 |
Milla Jovovich was having her cheeks contoured by a makeup artist for her second photo shoot of the day. She explained to an entourage of hair, wardrobe and makeup people how she had gained 30 pounds in her first trimester of pregnancy. "I'd get up in the morning and eat two bagels," she said, "with butter and peanut butter." She was cramming a lot into this August morning too. Her staff was stepping over each other in a tiny Chateau Marmont suite, getting the actress photo-ready.
May 9, 2004
Thriller (September 10) Screen Gems With: Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Sandrine Holt, Oded Fehr, Mike Epps, Zack Ward, Thomas Kretschmann, Jared Harris, Sophie Vavasseur The idea: As survivors attempt to evade infection following a biochemical disaster, a military-trained scientist emerges with genetically altered superhuman strength. Writer: Paul W.S. Anderson, based on Capcom's videogame Director: Alexander Witt Milla Jovovich & Co.
October 3, 1999
The good news is that your fact- checkers correctly spelled "Stratocaster" in your article about Milla Jovovich playing at Luna Park ("Milla goes Luna," by Mark Ehrman, So SoCal, Sept. 5). The bad news is that Jovovich is clearly playing a Telecaster in the accompanying photo. For you newspaper folk, that would like calling an inch a pica. Jonathan Bourne Santa Monica
May 22, 1994 |
*** Milla, "The Divine Comedy," SBK/ERG. Forget that Russian-born Milla Jovovich is a supermodel-actress. Forget that she's just 18 years old. Forget the pretentious album title. This debut would be a solid effort even for a seasoned veteran. Milla's strong writing and mature vocals (both somewhat in the Kate Bush mode) make one hope that this is not just a dilettantish side trip but the start of a full music career.