Who are the stars of the new BBC One period drama 'The Musketeers'?
The world's favourite swashbuckling quartet are back in a stunning new adventure series adapted by BBC One from Alexandre Dumas' 'The Three Musketeers' and starring an exceptional ensemble cast.
Athos, Aramis, D'Artagnan and Porthos
The new show is named merely 'The Musketeers' and, although is based on the main framework of the 1844 novel, is in fact a series of newly created escapades, occasionally inspired by the events of the original story. Creator Adrian Hodges wanted to go for something a little different from the last few decades of popular movie adaptions, which include Richard Lester's 1973 version starring Michael York and Charlton Heston, the 1993 Disney film with Chris O'Donnell and Tim Curry, and who could forget the animated adventure 'Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds'?
Will Young, Ashley Madekwe, Hugo Speer and Theo James - Will Young, Charlotte Salt, Theo James, Ashley Madekwe and Hugo Speer London, England - Bedlam TV show Launch at the British Acadamy Thursday 27th January 2011
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