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if ONLY Kit Fisto had been peacemakerish Milla Jovovich began modeling when Gene Lemuel convinced Herb Ritts to shoot her for the cover of Lei magazine.Milla Jovovich was at the forefront of the modern era of women commanding the screen as action stars.With the recent "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter," the film series crossed

if ONLY Kit Fisto had been peacemakerish Milla Jovovich began modeling when Gene Lemuel convinced Herb Ritts to shoot her for the cover of Lei magazine.Milla Jovovich was at the forefront of the modern era of women commanding the screen as action stars.With the recent "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter," the film series crossed $1.2 billion worldwide.We talked to Jovovich about her iconic roles, and — with "Wonder Woman" dominating the summer and films like “Atomic Blonde” on the horizon — how, or if, the action landscape is shifting. In "Fifth Element," at the time, everyone expected Bruce Willis to be the star of the movie. Nobody thought that there would be this little orange-haired girl doing all of the crazy stuff.Q: The conversation right now is about women leading franchises. A: In “The Fifth Element,” everyone expected Bruce Willis to be the star of the movie. We’ve made great strides with women being taken seriously (in) this genre and these kinds of films, but …

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if ONLY Kit Fisto had been peacemakerish Milla Jovovich began modeling when Gene Lemuel convinced Herb Ritts to shoot her for the cover of Lei magazine.

Milla Jovovich was at the forefront of the modern era of women commanding the screen as action stars.

With the recent "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter," the film series crossed $1.2 billion worldwide.

We talked to Jovovich about her iconic roles, and — with "Wonder Woman" dominating the summer and films like “Atomic Blonde” on the horizon — how, or if, the action landscape is shifting. In "Fifth Element," at the time, everyone expected Bruce Willis to be the star of the movie. Nobody thought that there would be this little orange-haired girl doing all of the crazy stuff.

Q: The conversation right now is about women leading franchises. A: In “The Fifth Element,” everyone expected Bruce Willis to be the star of the movie. We’ve made great strides with women being taken seriously (in) this genre and these kinds of films, but …

Nobody thought that there would be this little orange-haired girl doing all of the crazy stuff. there’s definitely a long way to go to have women accepted 100 percent as action heroes. A: A lot of actors in general don’t really like action movies.

And of course, there is a spunky Milla Jovovich with orange hair, those seductive air stewardesses donning skimpy purple space gear, and Chris Tucker with a truly deranged blonde hairdo.

New York cab driver Korben Dallas didn't mean to be a hero, but he just picked up the kind of fare that only comes along every five thousand years: A perfect beauty, a perfect being, a perfect weapon. Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, and Gary Oldman star in acclaimed director Luc Besson's outrageous sci-fi adventure.

.2 billion worldwide.We talked to Jovovich about her iconic roles, and — with "Wonder Woman" dominating the summer and films like “Atomic Blonde” on the horizon — how, or if, the action landscape is shifting. In "Fifth Element," at the time, everyone expected Bruce Willis to be the star of the movie. Nobody thought that there would be this little orange-haired girl doing all of the crazy stuff.Q: The conversation right now is about women leading franchises. A: In “The Fifth Element,” everyone expected Bruce Willis to be the star of the movie. We’ve made great strides with women being taken seriously (in) this genre and these kinds of films, but …

Despite living a lavish lifestyle thanks to their superstar careers and putting on the facade of a happy family hidden away in Idaho, behind the scenes, the couple had been slowly buckling from the strain of filming Hollywood blockbusters and, if rumors are to be believed, infidelities on both sides of the fence.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of "The Fifth Element," which saw Jovovich leap off the screen as a formidable heroine — a supreme being even — who captivated audiences under the impression they were just coming to see another Bruce Willis vehicle.

Her character, Leeloo, is still cosplayed around the world. In the 15-year franchise "Resident Evil," Jovovich played another kick-butt woman who was part of an experiment to create a clone resistant to a zombie virus.

' and walked out." When you're Hollywood's biggest couple, it's inevitable the media will stalk your every move, which oftentimes leads to rumors, scandalous reports and everything in between. "We don't know what to do," a studio exec said at the time. We would have to drag them kicking and screaming to see this movie." At the same time, while Moore was "banished" to Idaho with her daughters in the year leading up to their divorce, Willis' career was on the path to recovery with blockbuster roles in , Willis would describe what it was like watching his father leave his mother when the actor was a teenager, and that it taught Willis not to stay in a marriage if he was unhappy, which was a pretty ominous thing to say at the time.

Willis would then discuss his views on monogamy that make his divorce from Moore seem even less surprising.