Prime Video has revealed the trailer for the new Sigourney Weaver series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart.
It seems that Sigourney Weaver will not be returning for more ghost busting in this year’s Afterlife sequel.
Sigourney Weaver "really wanted" to return as Ellen Ripley in a new Alien movie, but she now believes her time in space is officially over.
James Cameron Explains Why He Made Sigourney Weaver Direct One of Her Avatar: The Way of Water Scenes
James Cameron's feat as director of Avatar: The Way of Water is undeniable, but he was happy to pass duties to Sigourney Weaver for one scene.
Though fans weren't expecting Weaver to return for the sequel, the actress says her surprising role has been in the works for awhile.
James Cameron has discussed how he walked away from Aliens when it seemed like Sigourney Weaver would not be reprising her role as Ripley.
The Avatar franchise heavily relies on CGI to create Pandora's lush jungles and beautiful oceans, though filming the movie is quite different.
Sigourney Weaver will play a new role in the upcoming sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water, and her character went through some changes.
Exclusive: Sigourney Weaver, Elizabeth Banks, Wumni Mosaku, and Phyllis Nagy at the Call Jane Premiere
The stars and filmmakers of Call Jane turned out for a special event that honored the timely drama about abortion. Here are our interviews.
Sigourney Weaver starred in the original 1988 comedy alongside Melanie Griffith and Harrison Ford.
Sci-fi movies aren't known for attracting big Oscar nods, but Sigourney Weaver recently recalled when her performance as Ellen Ripley broke the norm.
Sigourney Weaver discusses the balance of drama and comedy in The Good House, available only in theaters on September 30, 2022.
Sigourney Weaver has been talking Avatar: The Way of Water, with a new image possibly offering confirmation of a popular theory?
The 72-year-old actress isn't slowing down anytime soon.
Empire Magazine reveals Weaver's role in upcoming Avatar sequel.
The sci-fi horror classics are beloved by feminist critical theorists like Laura Mulvey, and here's part of the reason why.