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Milla Jovovich = not happy.
The siren of the silver screen unleashed a Twitter fury on Summit Entertainment (the film studio behind Jovovich's latest flick, "The Three Musketeers," which opens stateside today) this morning — apparently as she boarded a plane to Tokyo to promote the film in question at a festival.
Why, you ask?
Apparently, the actress is less than pleased with the studio for what she sees as its failure to properly promote the action adventure flick.
In her Twitter tirade, Jovovich asks her followers whether they think people "know about the movie" and, more specifically, whether they "know it's a fun family film." (She seems to think the answer is that they most certainly do not.) She goes even further, accusing summit of "resting on their laurels from 'Twilight'" and "making no effort" to promote this film. Her latest tweets end with "SHAME ON U 'SUMMIT'!" (Yes, in all caps.)
Summit has responded, according to Deadline: "Wouldn't you think she would call us first about this? It's frustrating. it’s not the right way to behave. If she has a problem then come to the studio and talk about it."