Sigourney Weaver on Taking a Break From ‘Avatar,’ Reuniting With Kevin Kline for ‘The Good House’

Sigourney Weaver on Taking a Break From ‘Avatar,’ Reuniting With Kevin Kline for ‘The Good House’
Sigourney Weaver is in a good place. The three-time Oscar nominee, creator of such iconic cinema heroines as Ripley in the Aliens sci-fi franchise, Dian Fossey in the biopic Gorillas in the Mist and Dr. Grace Augustine in James Cameron’s Avatar movies, finds herself, at 71, in high demand.

In addition to the Avatar franchise — she’s wrapped shooting on Avatar 2 and the third installment, with Avatar 4 and 5 in the wings — Weaver has been taking on roles in independent film and on TV, playing a hard-edged publishing boss in 2019 Berlin Film Festival opener My Salinger Year, an all-powerful baddie in ...
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