Milla Jovovich is back and determined to conquer the world! Following the success of yet another Resident Evil movie, Milla was seen in The Three Musketeers movie, also packed with action, guns and explosions a la Anderson.
Of course she couldn’t be otherwise but a fully gadgeted, extremely resourceful – after all, the movie was directed by her husband. Now for a different Milla, pick up a copy of this year’s (well, technically next year’s) Campari Calendar. She’s looking all couture-ish and gorgeous, completely mastering the modeling task like any other action packed movie she’s starring in! (hit the jump to discover the images; click here for the gallery!)
Also featured in the Campari calendar, the years before, were Eva Mendes, Jessica Alba and Salma Hayek among others. Beautiful Milla was photographed by Dimitri Daniloff according to the calendar’s theme “It’s the End of the World, Baby!”. Oooooh! (forehead slap) Now I see what’s Milla doing there – she’s the one to either save or sink them all! I’m sure Anderson must be there somewhere!
I ADORE Milla! She is one of my favourites. I just love how she does things all out!
I’ve been told Milla is quite a volatile person to work with and often a nightmare to interview like walking on eggs but I’ve always liked her piercing beauty & how photogenic she is. Love the orange flaming picture most. Ironically Milla said she gave up alcohol a few years ago when she learnt she was pregnant so this alcohol-endorsing Campari ad must have been an iron clad contract she couldn’t get out of or maybe the money was too good to turn down. Times are hard…*shrugs shoulders*
I have been told or read, sometimes I don’t know the difference, the same thing about Milla. On the other hand I have read (I know that for sure) a very fun and pleasant interview with her.
Further I don’t get it really why an advertisement for alcohol is hailed because the model and the photos are great? It is true the photos are fabulous and very eye-catching. Alcohol can be a very damaging hard-drug. Not glamorous at all.That’s my opinion.
Yesterday I thought of writing this but wouldn’t spoil the fun. Today, after a night of sleep and thoughts, I find that hypocrite. So here it is then; delicious photos for a ‘wrong’ product. Because it’s glamorized in this case.
To be honest I did not know what Campari was/is and I hardly noticed if at all the alcohol in the photos, but I do agree with you about it being glamourized Riana, and that is just a shame.
(this comes after my comment about Anne and Adam – I couldn’t have picked a better moment / mood!)
I happen to think these kind of pictures are part of the “cliche” basket. For men. If you open a magazine written and conceived for men, you’ll notice a lot of pictures like that. Spectacular, theatrical, impressive from so many angles! Like they were supposed to appreciate this kind of photography more than a simple picture of a natural landscape. With no after effects other than the firm grip of the heart once you lay your eyes on a dreamy picture.
With men (when it comes to media) it somehow has to be over the top, to draw attention. Campari? could’ve been for Ferrari that’s how much the theme matches the product! (didn’t Daphne Guinness posed for some luxury cars brand in a highly fashionable, also greatly exaggerated setting? I have it here somewhere….wait… yep, there you go here)
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