LATEST: Shock jock DON IMUS has no plans to tone down his radio show now he is back on the airwaves. The radio host returned to the mic this week (03Dec07), 18 months after he was sacked for making racially and sexually charged comments about a women's basketball team. But Imus told U.S. presenter Barbara Walters on her TV show The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2007, he won't be offering listeners a gentler, kinder version. He said, "No. Because in my view, (U.S.) vice president (DICk) Cheney is still a war criminal and Hillary Clinton is still Satan."
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It's their first foray into television.
Luc Besson has loved the Valerian story for many, many years.
The actor says that bringing the hero to the streaming service has never been "an option".
The actor was so stunned by the Broadway show that he just had to see it again.
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