Reported and written by Caroline Frost
Junkets aren't meant to be fun – they're where the stars jet in, wide-eyed with jetlag, answer the same questions over and over again, and then fly off in relief back to their homeland, where they can start living again. Things seem different here in London, where Paul W.S. Anderson, a native to these shores, is happily plugging his 3D romp-buster 'The Three Musketeers.' When he's not going through his list of formal interviews, he's chatting with journalists in the corridor. Or greeting family members who've apparently travelled from the north of England to catch up with him. Or getting his wife a drink while she continues her round of interviews.