The blonde crying behind James Bond is something that I can't stand: Luc Besson

Director Luc Besson on set IN THE UAE right , Valerian and the City of A Thousand Planets is a comic book turned visually-stunning sci-fi opera from Luc Besson. In a freewheeling chat with the writer-director when he visited Dubai for the movie7;s Middle East premiere this weekend, Besson opened up about the state of equality in the film industry, why he believes in a better future and how he manages to conjure up these larger-than-life stories. What is it about comic books that appeal as source material and why is it the right time to bring this 7;60s comic to the big screen? French comics reflect our society, just like the Japanese reflect theirs and the comics of America reflect power. It7;s like literature, painting, songs or even . The relationship with Valerian was very strong when I was 10. There was no , no music, nothing at the time. There was one black and channel and then every in a magazine appears Valerian. It was a shock to see two agents, driving a ship, aliens’ butts. I couldn’t believe it at 10. It was my escape. It was also my […]

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