Juno Temple has been getting around lately. Not like that. Weirdos.

What I mean is that she’s been getting a lot of work lately. She recently appeared in Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg and has two projects on her upcoming slate, Goodnight Moon with AnnaSophia Robb and Bradley Rust Gray’s Jack & Diane. Needless to say, she’s got some indie cred. She has also appeared in a myriad of roles in mainstream projects that have found various levels of success — anything from the ultra-stupid caveman comedy Year One to the excellent period drama Atonement.

I tell you all of that to tell you this: she is in negotiations to star as the Queen in Paul W.S. Anderson’s 3D rendition of the classic tale of The Three Musketeers. If she signs — and it looks like she will — she will command a group of swordsman comprised of Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans, Matthew Macfayden and Logan Lerman, and star alongside the likes of Christoph Waltz, Mads Mikkelson and Milla Jovovich. She’s certainly British enough to make it work. And I’m sure she’ll look just fine in 3D. I am for this casting decision.

The Three Musketeers is scheduled to begin shooting in September.


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