There have been about a half dozen of them. In terms of Dumas's work in film, I thought "The Man in the Iron Mask" was ok.
The Three Musketeers is a great story, but has a few built in problems when it comes to making a film. For one thing you need 4 lead actors with both balanced charisma, and group chemistry. So you need 4 actors of similar fame level also. Otherwise you are telegraphing to the audience that one is the "central" character, which is not how the novel works. This gives you the choice between 4 big actors (expensive), 4 mid actors (seen by audiences as a budget version), or 4 unknown actors (requires a lot of work hours finding 4 good unknowns with the right balance and chemistry.)
As though that isn't a big enough problem, period dramas, swashbuckling adventures and the like, require 100% bespoke sets. You can modernize it, with some skilled writing, maybe. I'm having trouble picturing Athos and Porthos driving an escalade past a Carl's Jr. with all the swords in the trunk. If you wanted to completely transform it, you could do it Scott Pilgrim style with guitar battles replacing the swordfights. That might work out.