Rihanna and Models Spice Up ‘Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets’ Premiere

167683, Rihanna at the world premiere of ‘Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets’ held at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Los Angeles, California – Monday July 17, 2017. Photograph: © Lumeimages, PacificCoastNews. Los Angeles Office (PCN): +1 310.822.0419 UK Office (Avalon): +44 (0) 20 7421 6000 sales@pacificcoastnews.com FEE MUST BE AGREED PRIOR TO USAGE

  • Drew Mcfriend

    So Cara is a big movie star, now?

    • Jahrgos

      I’m not sure “big” is correct when the movie also stars Rihanna and Herbie Hancock.

      • Drew Mcfriend

        She’s actually scored some lead roles. I wonder what actors who studied their “craft” feel about models just walking into the industry.

        • Jahrgos

          Probably the same as real models having instagram whores walk in theirs.

    • Gabbo

      If this does well enough, it looks likes she’s bagging a spot in the next Bond movie. FYI

  • Curvefan+

    When Kendell is “Best in Show”, the show should close or find some new talent.

  • Amari

    Cara’s beautiful but i’m not feeling the hair. Rihanna normally looks a lot better. Kendall’s face is dead and her legs are bad.

  • Gabbo

    If you call this French sci fi, then technically Fifth Element, Lucy, and 12 Monkeys is also French sci fi, they did pretty well. I don’t think this movie will do anywhere near those, but will be gorgeous.

    • Spanglylovesheels

      Seen it yet Gabbo? I am curious rather or not I should plop down my dough to see it.

      • Gabbo

        Visually a great movie, but as a whole I would say it’s an ambitious mess and the casting is all wrong. Cara did fine, but Rihanna was by far the worst actor in this, so props to Herbie Hancock.

        Plop it on Dunkirk which was a fantastic movie and also shorter.

        • Spanglylovesheels

          I probably will see both but Dunkirk is the one I am looking forward to the most. Thanks Gabbo.

  • Spanglylovesheels

    Rhianna’s bad choices are mostly a result of not having someone like a mother or some other unpaid but friendly person to tell her no. When everyone on staff is paid by the star, no one steps up and tells the star no. They want to keep their gig.