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Adrian Hodges

Adrian Hodges (born 4 February 1957) is an English television and film writer. He has won a BAFTA Award

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The BBC came to me and they wanted to adapt the book [Three Musketeers] again, in the straightforwar ...

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Richelieu was a great statesman, and like all great statesman, he was a very ruthless man. He's not ...

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The thing about villains is that villains always have their own logic, and they don't necessarily se ...

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You can use the fun of the genre, but I also really wanted to come at it from the point of view of s ...

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In the book, D'Artagnan doesn't actually become an official Musketeer until quite near the end, and ...

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It's not fundamentally different to any other genre, that action is a particular thing. Being able t ...

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On a simple level, you need directors who are good at action and can choreograph an action scene, bu ...

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One of the problems of this genre is that there are cliches everywhere, and you've got to be careful ...

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I think there's an element in Milady where she sees her own innocence in D'Artagnan. In the very beg ...

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You do see a few people and you are thinking of how that chemistry is going to work, but it's not re ...

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The situation that women were in, at the time, was something that Dumas doesn't really go into, but ...

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They're classic themes, which is why I think it's such a great story to look at again. The concept o ...

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You're always looking to make it a bit fresh. I want to make sure people are constantly surprised an ...

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