Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets
Movies like "Girls Trip" and "Baby Driver" are overperforming, while franchise openers like "The Mummy" and "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" are falling way behind.
On the 20th anniversary of space opera "The Fifth Element," it's become clear how much it shares with Besson's latest passion project, "Valerian."
Both "Dunkirk" and "Girls Trip" were critical and box-office successes, outperforming expectations.
From disasters like "The Family" to modern classics like "The Fifth Element," the "Valerian" auteur has forged quite the unique filmography.
Dismissing the annual convention as just "nerd prom" does a great disservice to its power.
Five years after Besson launched his film school, students played a key role in bringing his latest fantastical sci-fi world to life.
The director of "The Fifth Element" and "Lucy" knows a lot about having commercial sensibilities that don't fit Hollywood's sci-fi franchise mold.
Luc Besson returns with a space oddity so high on its own supply that it makes “Guardians of the Galaxy” look like an Ozu film.
Besson side-stepped Hollywood's studio system by financing his sci-fi epic like an independent film. Here's how he pulled it off.
VFX experts deconstruct their work at the annual European confab, including that insane "American Gods" sex scene.
The ambitious $180 million French feature wants to make action stars out of Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne. Will it work?
After making his "The Fifth Element" just before the digital landscape changed, the visionary filmmaker is back with a new forward-thinking sci-fi extravaganza.
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