Famous beauties in Luc Besson's blockbusters

The blockbusters of French director Luc Besson, from "The Fifth Element" (1997) to "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets"(2017), always feature famed beauties.


Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017):

Cara Delevingne plays the powerful space policewoman Laureline who  Valerian (Dane DeHaan) protecting the Earth and neighboring planets. This is the third major role of the 24-year-old British supermodel after Paper Towns (2015) and Suicide Squad (2016). Photo: NYP.

Cara Delevingne started her modeling career at the age of 10 and has proved her talent and fame through popular fashion shows like London Fashon Week, Paris Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week and Victoria's Secret.


Besides modeling and acting, Cara Delevingne also plays some instruments and designs for well-known brands such as DKNY and Mulberry. Photo: Vogue.


Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017):

Accepting the invitation of director Luc Besson, R & B singer Rihanna has the opportunity to return to the film industry when co-starring with her best friend Cara Delevingne. Valérian is a chance for Riri to make audience forget her failed role three years ago. The singer first appeared on the big screen in the action - science fiction film Battleship (2013). The film was a failure in box office, and also won the "Golden Raspberry Award” at the Worst Supporting Actress of the year. Photo: EuropaCorp.


Lucy (2014):

Director Luc Besson said that as soon as he finished Lucy’s script, he thought of Scarlett Johansson. The top seductive Hollywood beauty has made an impressive performance as playing the young woman forced to smuggle drugs and accidentally absorbs the mysterious substance into her body. Not only does she act well but Johansson also attracts audiences by her beautiful face, hot body, attractive eyes and strong action. Photo: Universal.


The Family (2013):

Blonde actress Diana Argon, whose face is familiar to television audiences as Quinn Fabray in the Glee series. She left a great impression on director Luc Besson and was chosen to play the daughter of a mafia family, a character who occasionally shows her instinct to kill people, which is inherited from her parents. Photo: Daily Mail.


The Lady (2011):

For the story of San Suu Kyi who spent her whole life fighting for democracy in Myanmar, the audience was impressed by the performance of action superstar Michelle Yeoh. She regards playing the role of San Suu Kyi as the greatest honor in her acting career. In order to play this role, Michelle Yeoh must lose weight, learn the piano, learn Burmese and spend hundreds of hours listening and reading about Suu Kyi. Photo: Mongrelmedia.


The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (2010):

The beautiful French actress Louise Bourgoin was chosen by Luc Besson for the role of Adele, who wrote adventure stories through her personal journey. The movie has quite a lot of hot scenes of 35-year-old beauty. Photo: Cineplex.


Angel - A (2005):

Danish popular actress Rie Rasmussen has an impressive rendition in Luc Besson's humorous psychological drama. The film tells of a fateful meeting between Andre and Angela on the Seine when Angela is about to commit suicide. Rasmussen has starred in several famous films such as Femme Fatale (2002), Human Zoo (2009). Photo: Alamy.

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he Story of Joan of Arc (1999) and The Fifth Element (1997): It can be said that the beautiful Milla Jovovich is one of Luc Besson's most desirable actress. In 1997, when starring Leeloo in The Fifth Element, Milla Jovovich became a new Hollywood star with a charismatic style of acting. Then, she was chosen by Besson for the role of a strong female warrior in the legendary war movie in 1999. Photo: Daily Mail.

By: Christina Baker

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