Milla Jovovich has been keeping awfully busy on the set of Resident Evil: Afterlife. Besides acting as the lead on the flick, she's been posting frequent Twitter updates as to what's going on at the shoot, now lensing in Toronoto.
"One of the scenes we're shooting today is the last scene in the movie and the guys had to invent something that could take a 3d camera that high and far," she Tweeted this morning. "The technology we're using is all so new and cutting edge that you can't just buy rigs premade to get the shots we want! Its so exciting though, to think that we're inventing things on this movie that will probably be standard in 5 years time!"
Later, she continued with "I fly a small aircraft in this film and they did a shot of it landing on the boat we're on the night before last and get this, all the people who live in the skyscrapers around the harbor phoned 911 reporting a plane crash on the ship! how rad! they got HUNDREDS of call!"
Apparently things are coming along nicely according to this later Tweet, "So cool! (Director) Paul (W.S. Anderson) just told us the dailys from the last few days look INCREDIBLE!!! (dailys is the latest footage that's been shot already)"
Most recently, she wrote, "They were of the big action sequence with Alice and Claire fighting THE EXECUTIONER who in reality is an 8 ft. tall heavy weight boxer! He has a HUGE axe and we're in a prison shower, so every time he swings the axe, showers explode! So thru the whole scene its literally raining! so beautiful!"
The next chapter, being lensed in 3-D, find Paul W.S. Anderson returning to the director's chair working from his own script. Spencer Locke, Shawn Roberts, Boris Kodjoe, Kim Coates, Norman Yeung and Kasey Barnfield co-star. More when we hear it.