Milla Jovovich found filming in 3-D "hard".

The model-and-actress admits she struggled to get to grips with the new technology while shooting scenes for her latest movie 'Resident Evil: Afterlife' because she had to curb her usual movements.

She explained: "I do tend to gesticulate a lot when I talk but you just can't do that when you're shooting in 3-D because every movement is magnified.

"It took a lot of effort for me to keep still. Also, the cameras are so heavy and take so long to set up, there was a lot of waiting around. So it was all very hard for me."

Milla recently revealed she was concerned she would catch hypothermia while making the movie as it was so cold on set.

She wrote on her blog: "Wow, just finished a scene with Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller on a skiff approaching the huge ship. To say it's cold is a joke. A bitter joke.

"Of course Ali and I aren't wearing much and to make matters worse Wenty is driving the boat himself and crashing it repeatedly!

"Ok, it just started hailing and Wentworth is reading his lines really fast so he can go home! Ali is so cold now, she's saying she's feeling warm (classic signs of the final stages of hypothermia)"