Milla Jovovich says the new 'Three Musketeers' movie is "breaking new ground".

The 34-year-old actress - who plays M'lady De Winter in the upcoming reboot of the original 1993 movie - believes the new version "looks amazing" and has a different look and feel to the 90s film most people know.

She said: "We've been doing a lot of training for it. A lot of hair and costume tests and they've already started filming. It's just going to look amazing, doing stunt training in those corsets and skirts - which adds a whole new dimension to stunt work which I've done before! I though, 'Wow, doing wire work and stunt work was hard,' but I'd never tried doing it 17th century style. We're breaking new ground."

Discussing the feel of the new film, which stars Orlando Bloom, Logan Lerman and Luke Evans, Milla confesses it could "be interesting".

She told "I don't think we've ever seen a woman in a corset doing this kind of high wire work before. It could be interesting. It's not your parents 'Three Musketeers'."

'The Three Musketeers' is due for release in 2011.