KENZO Fall/Winter 2018

Milla Jovovich in KENZO Fall/Winter 2018 campaign. KENZO brought their latest short film to New York Fashion Week, where they debuted “The Everything”. KENZO premiered the film at the Performance Space New York, where they later held a Q&A with the cast and director where Milla Jovovich was to.

On September 7, Milla Jovovich and other cast at the “The Everything” Premiere in New York.

And here is the short film:

Milla Jovovich Starring In Live-Action Monster Hunter Movie

Since at least 2016, Paul W. S. Anderson has been working on a Monster Hunter movie. The picture now has a star, Milla Jovovich.

According to Variety, Anderson recently delivered the film’s latest draft, and the Monster Hunter movie will start shooting in South Africa this September. Special effects will be handled by Mr. X, a studio that worked on the Resident Evil franchise.

Like the Resident Evil movies, which Anderson directed and Jovovich starred in, the hope is to turn the Monster Hunter flick into a movie franchise.

75th anniversary of Le Petit Prince in New York on April 4

Yesterday on April 4, Milla Jovovich and Paul was attended at the 75th anniversary of Le Petit Prince Party in New York. I have added some pictures to the our gallery:

Milla Jovovich & More Join Emma Roberts In ‘Paradise Hills’

Resident Evil franchise star Milla Jovovich, Jeremy Irvine (Mamma Mia 2, War Horse), and Awkwafina (Ocean’s Eight, Crazy Rich Asians) are heading to Paradise Hills, the sci-fi thriller from first-time director Alice Waddington. The group joins Emma Roberts, Eiza Gonzalez, and Danielle Macdonald in the film, which is currently shooting in Spain.

The pic is set in the not-too-distant future and follows Uma (Roberts), who wakes up one morning in Paradise Hills, a high-class treatment facility on an isolated island where well-off families send their daughters to be reformed.

New role in action-thriller ‘Hummingbird’

In a pre-Berlin Film Festival signing, Milla Jovovich has come on board to star in action-thriller “Hummingbird,” based on John McClain’s Black List script.

Jovovich is the third actress cast in the lead role. Zoe Saldana was cast a year ago and replaced in the fall by Olivia Munn in the role of a black-ops assassin who begins to question her skills and training when she’s placed on a questionable assignment. Jovovich will be replacing Munn. Producers said Tuesday that “Hummingbird” will be in the vein of “Lucy” and the Jason Bourne film franchise.

Production will start in the summer. China’s Fundamental Films will produce the movie alongside Broken Road Productions.

Jovovich recently wrapped production on “Hellboy” and will next be seen opposite Woody Harrelson and Tommy Lee Jones in Rob Reiner’s political drama “Shock and Awe.”

The Tortoise Issue

The sixth issue of The Tortoise is here! The 10 feature articles span the globe, from Milla Jovovich’s backyard to Doug Aitken’s latest art installation under the Pacific Ocean to multimillionaire turtle collectors in China. This issue of The Tortoise magazine will be sure to captivate conservationists, art enthusiasts, and world travelers alike.

New project!

On Instagram, Milla Jovovich talks about new Chinise movie called “the Rookies” in Budapest, Hungary.

So tired and totally jetlagged from our long flight, but really excited about shooting a cameo in my first Chinese movie called “the Rookies” in Budapest, Hungary! I’ve never been here before and I have to say, if you ever get the opportunity to come, take it! It’s one of the most spectacular cities I’ve ever seen and a must-see for lovers of European history and architecture! Enjoy the pics! ❤️m