But, even with them all, will it be any good?

Johnny, Jude, Colin Sub for Heath
Hollywood’s version of the three musketeers is riding to the rescue of fallen pal Heath Ledger’s final film.
Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Judge Law are literally embracing the all-for-one ethos, tag-teaming as Heath Ledger’s character in unfinished The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.
The BBC quoted a spokesperson for Law confirming the actors’ participation, “subject to negotiations.”
No further details were immediately available. There was no further comment Monday from the actors or filmmakers.
The fate of the Terry Gilliam-helmed fantasy film had been in peril since Ledger’s shocking death Jan. 22 due to an accidental drug overdose.
Because the film focuses on a magical acting troupe and alternate dimensions, it is believed Depp, Farrell and Law will each play a different incarnation of Ledger’s character, known only as “Tony.”
According to Variety, Ledger’s name helped the independent production secure its $30 million budget. Without its biggest star, the movie has three options, the paper said: recast, shoot around Ledger’s absence or call “cut.”
Filming on Doctor Parnassus began in December. The 28-year-old Ledger, who died in New York, had been shooting in London the week before his death.
Following Ledger’s demise, Gilliam and the producers said they “will be assessing how best to proceed.”
Heath was a great actor, a great friend and a great spirit,” the statement said. “We are still in a state of deep shock, saddened and numb with grief.”
Depp, for one, probably felt an obligation to help out Gilliam.
The actor had been one of the stars of the director’s ambitious The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which was scrapped midway through production in 2000 after the elderly actor playing the title role suffered a back injury and was unable to continue.
Ledger did complete work on The Dark Knight before he died. The Batman Begins sequel, featuring Ledger as the Joker, is due out July 18.