Kate Winslet's role in Avatar 2 remains something of a mystery, but now we've got a glimpse of her sub-aquatic stunt work with a new on-set picture.
Original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson has confirmed that the new movie, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, will directly link up with the first two movies.
Sigourney Weaver is back for 'Avatar 2', but she's playing a totally different character this time around.
Charlize Theron wants Mad Max: Fury Road's Furiosa to match the impact of Alien’s Ripley, who was iconically portrayed by Sigourney Weaver.
The script treatment for 'Alien 5' features a twist on the famous tagline and a literary quote about 'a dream within a dream'.
The Ghostbusters have become the latest cast to get together online for Josh Gad's Reunited Apart video series.
Dan Aykroyd has confirmed that Bill Murray will be reprising his role as Dr. Peter Venkman in the new Ghostbusters movie.
Sigourney Weaver has confirmed that she will return for Ghostbusters 3 alongside Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson.
Filmmaker explains his approach to his classic sequel, how he tapped into his "Ridley-ness" and why he thinks subsequent installments missed the mark.
Series figurehead thinks the 'District 9' director's fan-pleasing 'Aliens' follow-up plans "will never see the light."
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ sequel feels like it’s been a lifetime in the making, with the follow-up to the 2009 sci-fi adventure still on its way. What’s more, Cameron has confirmed a third, fourth, and fifth instalment will be made, each released in 2020, 2022, 2023. In the Toronto Star, director James Cameron revealed that ‘Avatar 2’ is now delayed yet again, but despite its unconfirmed arrival he did say the remaining four sequels are all one giant entity in terms of getting them made.
A rare sequel that equaled — or exceeded — its predecessor, Aliens marked its 30th anniversary last July with a cast reunion at San Diego Comic-Con. Yahoo Movies spent time with the full crew before they took the stage; during our discussion we had to ask how director James Cameron came up with those indelible lines uttered by Bill Paxton’s unhinged space marine Hudson. ...
Ellen Ripley, the intergalactic explorer played by Sigourney Weaver in four Alien movies, has long been considered one of the greatest — if not the greatest — action heroines of all time. Both DC (Wonder Woman) and Marvel (Captain Marvel) have hotly anticipated standalone female superhero movies on the horizon, and with this week’s release of Rogue One, the past two Star Wars movies have featured a woman in the lead (after last year’s Force Awakens). “The tide is turning, but hasn’t it been a long time coming?” Weaver asked Yahoo Movies at the New York press day for her latest film, the tearjerking YA adaptation A Monster Calls.
One of the most controversial movies to come out of the Toronto International Film Festival is transgender horror ‘(re)Assignment’ which has been mauled critically. The film is about a male assassin (played by Rodriguez) named Frank Kitchen who, after killing the brother of a talented surgeon known as The Doctor (Weaver), is surgically transformed into a woman after being double-crossed by gangsters. It all sounds a bit absurd and potentially offensive, with the trans community voicing their disappointment in using the life-changing operation as a gimmick for a film.
Sci-fi fans everywhere have long been clamouring for director Neill Blomkamp to make his long-promised ‘Alien’ movie – but as that’s on hold at present, it seems he’s sidestepping to something different for the time being.
News of South African director Neill Blomkamp’s possible ‘Alien’ movie has been smouldering among fans for a while now. Apparently, his movie would disregard the plots of the largely unloved 'Alien 3’ and 'Alien: Resurrection’, and plough its own furrow. If the movie happens, it would be made after Ridley Scott completes his prequel 'Alien: Covenant’, the sequel to 'Prometheus’ which will supposedly dovetail into 'Alien’.
Despite her connection to the Alien franchise, Ripley herself Sigourney Weaver has confirmed that she hasn’t actually seen the ’Alien Vs. Predator’ films. Entertainment Weekly has reported that Weaver made these comments while speaking at a screening of 1986’s ‘Aliens’, which was being held to celebrate Alien Day. Sigourney Weaver also took some time to discuss the impending ‘Alien’ film, which is being directed by ‘District 9’s’ Neill Blomkamp, and is reportedly a direct sequels to ‘Aliens’.