Luc Besson’s upcoming Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets looks like it’s going to be one of the trippiest sci-fi movies to come around since, well, The Fifth Element. A new trailer for the film shows off new aliens and more over-the-top spectacle than is probably healthy for early morning viewing.
One of Europe’s most-beloved scifi comic books will soon hit theaters as the heavily anticipated Luc Besson space opera, Valérian and the City of a Thousand Planets. To get audiences ready, Cinebook has announced they’re releasing a complete translated collection of the decades-long Valérian comic that inspired it.
The first trailer for Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is finally here and it’s got everything you could want in a big science-fiction movie.
At New York Comic Con, superstar movie director Luc Besson admitted that the first woman he fell in love with was a comic book character. So when heroine Laureline comes to life next summer in Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets, it’ll be the culmination of a lifelong dream for the French filmmaker.
A French court has ruled that Luc Besson’s 2012 film Lockout, starring Guy Pierce, was plagiarized from John Carpenter’s 1981 film, Escape From New York. As a result, Besson will have to pay Carpenter almost a half-million dollars.
The prospect of a new, big scale scifi movie from The Fifth Element director Luc Besson is exciting enough. After seeing footage and images from Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con this Thursday, it seems that excitement is fully warranted.
The MTV Movie Awards red carpet was the unusual home to new footage from Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Even without any of the effects added in, things look pretty awesome.
Previewing his new movie Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Luc Besson gave an interview where he talked about the source of his inspiration. It’s one of best things anyone has ever said.
Valerian sounds like it’s going to be just a crazy delight of a film. It’s about two agents from the 28th century who travel through time and space protecting the human race. That just sounds cool, and with Besson at the helm, it should also look great.
For the first time ever, movie director and screenwriter Luc Besson (Lucy) will tell a tale for the American small screen. He’s creating a new show for TNT titled Artificial Intelligence, about a robot gone rogue and the people who must stop it.
This is intriguing news: Ethan Hawke has joined Luc Besson’s next film, an adaptation of the 1967 graphic novel Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
Luc Besson’s Europacorp has to pay out €80,000 after a French court ruled that Lockout was pretty much of a copy of Escape From New York.
This weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, Luc Besson talked up his new $180 million movie, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Based on a ground-breaking comic that helped inspire Besson’s The Fifth Element, Valerian didn’t make much of a dent in the Comic-Con noise.
From a pure profit perspective, a sequel to Lucy makes some sense. But from a story perspective? Nope.
Set five minutes into the future, Lucy is about the birth of a new kind of superhero. With Scarlett Johansson playing our eponymous ninja with mental superpowers, there's a lot of fantastic action here. But sadly, the movie makes some major mistakes, too.
Once Scarlett Johansson gets her drug-induced superpowers in Luc Besson's upcoming action film Lucy, she wastes no time putting bullets through anyone who stands between her and her freedom. See just how violent things get in this clip.
Earlier this week, we learned that Apple's Touch ID could be used in third party apps with iOS 8, paving the way to make your fingerprint a universal password. On a seemingly unrelated note, we also discovered a concept cigarette designed to help you quit smoking. And suddenly, it seemed apparent. We're living in The…
We've been waiting to see Scarlett Johansson gain superpowers and go on an ass-kicking spree in Luc Besson's Lucy. Now the first trailer is here and it looks like the visual spectacle we've been hoping for.
Forget a Black Widow movie — Luc Besson just has made a totally insane ass kicking spectacle called Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson as an all powerful superhero. We've seen a few minutes of footage, and so far, so good.
A number of brilliant artists contributed their unique vision to The Fifth Element, including Gaultier and Moebius. But one of the main influences on the film was Jean-Claude Mezieres, the comics artist whose time-travel comic director Luc Besson is adapting. Check out some of Mezieres' original Fifth Element …