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Milla Jovovich on landing ‘Stone’: ‘I cried’

HollywoodNews.com: When Milla Jovovich landed the role in the upcoming thriller “Stone” alongside Robert De Niro and Edward Norton, she cried.

The ex-model who has been the go-to girl for genre action roles, exclaimed at the “Stone” premiere, “I was so happy that I was able to share more with these two icons.

“You don’t get scripts like this every day. I get to do my little comedies, my big action films, but this movie is very special.

“There were quite a few days on set that I wouldn’t bring my baby and I’d come home in tears, it was so intense.”

Page Six spoke to Jovovich.

Jovovich’s zombie vidgame adaptation “Resident Evil: Afterlife” – the fourth in the series — is a huge hit overseas raking in $183 million to its stateside haul of $57.1 million.

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