Luc Besson ventures into ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets ” to the film adaptation of a French sf comic book series. The result is from 26 may to view the Movies & Series Pass of Proximus TV. Enter for fans of science fiction!
The year is 2740. Valerian and Laureline are intergalactic agents who are responsible for the order in the universe. The Ministry of Defence gives them the command to the Alpha travel: a stunning and constantly expanding metropolis where millions of creatures from the entire universe together, each with their own knowledge and culture. Somewhere in this city is a mystery, a dark force that the peaceful life in the City of a Thousand Planets threatens. The clock is ticking…Valerian and Laureline as soon as possible, the danger to identify and disable. The fate of Alpha – and the future of the universe – is in their hands.
In the cast, a number of known headings. Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevigne steps in the intergalactic shoes of agents Valerian and Laureline. Furthermore, you can also see Clive Owen, Ethan Hawke, and (very briefly) Rutger Hauer. Rihanna (yes!) makes her debut as the strange alien Bubble, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock makes a cameo as the minister of Defence.
As a young boy, was director Luc Besson in the ban of the French graphic novel Valerian. With this film, he brings the story to the big screen, in one of the most expensive productions ever in the French film history. A staggering budget of 197 million euro, provides a visual picture, a feast for the eyes. And separate, crazy science fiction.
‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ is from 26 may to view the Movies & Series Pass of Proximus TV.
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