Yet another member of the original Ghostbusters cast has signed on to Paul Feig’s misandrist reboot. Deadline reports that Sigourney Weaver who played Dana Barrett, a single woman who’s possessed and transformed into The Gatekeeper, will join Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson in the reboot.
Jamie Lee Curtis interviews her friend and fellow actress Sigourney Weaver in the latest issue of Interview Magazine, and the pair—with their funny stories about the early days of their careers, adorable meet-cutes with their respective husbands and joke shit-talking about James Cameron—are an absolute joy to take in.
Last night at the Tony awards, there were some Living Legends in the house — and some over-the-top ensembles intent on stealing the spotlight.
New USA show Political Animals features Sigourney Weaver playing the Secretary of State. And while Weaver is just acting like a political figure, she has a lot of thoughts about women in government.
At the BET awards last night, Bey, Jay, 'Ye and something called a Kim Kardashian sat together in a royal enclave and the photos of this momentous event have already been analyzed until the end of time. Beyoncé and Kim, who sat on the outside of their respective men, "made no effort to stretch across to chinwag." Kim…
July 18, 1986 was the day that Aliens hit theaters. The sequel to 1979's Alien featured Sigourney Weaver in a rare role: That of female action hero.
Do you like werewolves? Mysteries? High school boys? Bad acting? Shit that blows up? Martial arts? Secret government conspiracy theories? Parkour? Biceps? Phil Collins? Frowning? Then you'll love Abduction, directed by Boyz n the Hood's John Singleton. The clip gives it all away: Taylor plays Nathan, who finds out he…
And now it's time for a feel-good quote from Susan Sarandon: "I wouldn't want to be 20 now. I know so much more, and I'm much more comfortable in my skin, saggy as it is."
Sigourney and Jamie Lee wore the same dress (!) to the You Again premiere, but like the intergenerational-catfighting portrayed in the film, it's all make-believe! Kristen's uber-cute frock? Cloris's caftan? Not so much.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, which premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, is about Michael Cera battling his lady's evil exes. But while there was some dubious fashion on display, nothing was as alarming as our hero's lower half:
Okay, let's do this thing. First of all, let's just admit it: the red carpet was confusing. Even the Good stuff was confusing. Even the "safe" stuff was confusing. And all the woman-eating sea creatures? Extremely confusing.