Luc Besson is ready to play the summer's biggest wild card.
The French filmmaker behind box-office hits The Fifth Element and Lucy is set to unveil his most ambitious science-fiction spectacle yet, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (in theaters Friday). Based on a French comic-book series, the 3-D adventure stars Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne as special operatives tasked with saving an intergalactic metropolis from an unknown force.
But with no big-name actors, a hefty $180 million budget and out-there source material that's little known to U.S. audiences, Valerian risks becoming the latest sci-fi flop in a recent string of many. Despite decent reviews from critics (72% positive on aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes), the movie is expected to open with just $18.5 million, easily bested by World War II drama Dunkirk's predicted $55.5 million, according to BoxOffice.com.Read More...
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