Sigourney Weaver: “The remastered version of Avatar is more sensory and visceral”

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW – The actress returns to the character she embodied in James Cameron’s first film released thirteen years ago and which comes out in theaters on Wednesday… She says more about her new role as a teenager in the sequel which comes out on December 14.

Sigourney Weaver appears radiant in a red jacket during the zoom interview from Los Angeles. She was present there for the D23 event, this three-day high mass organized by Disney where many projects related to the firm with big ears were unveiled.

In 2009, the unforgettable Ripley ofAlien already played a scientist named Grace Augustine in the first part of the saga Avatar by James Cameron. Even if her character will have known a disastrous fate, the actress of 72 springs is back in the sequel Avatar: The Way of the Water, which hits the big screen on December 14. For Le Figaroshe agreed to lift a corner of the veil on the release of the first film remastered by Cameron himself, on September 21, as well as the character she plays in the sequel to the adventure.

LE FIGARO. – What memories do you keep of your character Grace Augustine? Don’t you find that the ecological values ​​it defends are more topical than ever?


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