EXCLUSIVE: Sunburnt eyes? Milla Jovovich says it's all part of movie-making adventure

The actress enjoys entering another world every time she does a fantasy film. Photo: Sony Pictures

Assuming the persona of strong women on the big screen has become almost second nature to actress Milla Jovovich.

Since fighting her way as Leelo in 1997’s The Fifth Element, followed by The Messenger: The Story Of Joan Of Arc in 1999 and headlining six Resident Evil films (2002-2016) as the zombie-killing machine Alice, Jovovich is undoubtedly synonymous with her action roles. She was even dubbed the “reigning queen of kick butt” in 2006.

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