Afternoon Links: Dude, a Lot of Stuff Happens in the Opening Minutes of ‘Three Musketeers’

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"The Three Musketeers" wasn't screened for critics in the U.S., so for once you can feel superior to all those pretentious twits and see a movie before they do. The opening five minutes of the period action flick have been made available online. There's head-butting, saucy dames, people gettin' killed, slow-motion, facial hair and all types of wry quips. We'll go out on a limb: This could be really well-done dumb fun. [Inside Movies/Entertainment Weekly]

The "Battlestar Galactica" movie has a writer, "Anonymous" screenwriter Josh Orloff, but he's not saying if it's going to be more like the original '70s show or the superior recent redo. We're hoping it ends up being "Battlestar Galactica Babies" where we get to see all our favorite characters as adorable toddlers. Or was that the premise of "Caprica"? [24 Frames/Los Angeles Times]

• "He had a great body. I was in love with him before I knew him. ... He was so hip, with his thick glasses and cool suits." This is from an excerpt from Diane Keaton's forthcoming memoir. She's talking about Woody Allen. See, we told you that some people other than just us think he's handsome. [Vogue via Vulture]