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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announced today its second class of Emerging Artists, recognizing diverse talents, from a visionary filmmaker to world-class musicians to a singer-songwriter currently starring on Broadway. Each recipient was nominated by one of Lincoln Center’s eleven resident organizations, acknowledging his or her extraordinary talent and budding career. Read More: // here

Jules   Feb 19, 2017

Screencaps from the following added to the Gallery.
* Aliens
* Alien III
* Alien Resurrection
Icons added to the Media section.

Jules   Feb 5, 2017

For John Hurt, dying was a great living. The actor, who died Wednesday at age 77, often joked about how frequently he was killed off during his long career onscreen. “The Many Deaths of John Hurt” was even a video compilation the actor highlighted on his YouTube page, displaying nearly 50 years worth of untimely demises (set to the “Baby, don’t hurt me” lyrics of Haddaway’s dance single “What Is Love?”). Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 29, 2017

The work of legendary gorilla scientist Dian Fossey will be brought back to life in a new three-part documentary series for National Geographic television, now in production. Scheduled to air this fall, the series will feature narration by actress Sigourney Weaver, who played Dian Fossey in the 1988 movie “Gorillas in the Mist,” based on Fossey’s book. Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 29, 2017

Screencaps from the following added to the Gallery.
* Alien
* Dave
* Ghostbusters
* The Girl in the Park
Icons added to the Media section.

Jules   Jan 23, 2017

Come as you are, Defenders. There’s a new enemy in town. Meet Sigourney Weaver’s Alexandra, the villain of Marvel’s The Defenders impressive enough to draw the attention of Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), and Iron Fist (Finn Jones). She’s an “utter badass,” showrunner Marco Ramirez says of the character, who is the perfect fit for the Sigourney Weaver, of Alien and Avatar fame. “Sigourney is the kind of person you can buy as the smartest person in the room, who you can also buy as a person holding a flamethrower. Her character is a very powerful force in New York City. She’s everything Sigourney is: sophisticated, intellectual, dangerous.” He pauses. “I’m sorry. I can only say a bunch of adjectives right now.” Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 13, 2017

When she finished reading A Monster Calls, publisher and editor Denise Johnstone-Burt closed the manuscript and took out her phone. Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 1, 2017

A movie has a way of sitting up straight whenever Sigourney Weaver is in it. Whether the part is small or large, she reliably jolts any film alive with her intelligence and commanding presence. She usually means business. That, of course, has been apparent since her breakthrough role as Ellen Ripley in “Alien.” But it’s no less true of Weaver at 67. She has an almost queen-like status on today’s movie landscape, particularly in science-fiction. Read More: // here

Jules   Dec 24, 2016

The actress jolts any film alive with her intelligence and commanding presence. Read More: // here

Jules   Dec 24, 2016

Her parents thought she was an unlikely star, but decades after Alien, Sigourney Weaver is still in the spotlight, with more monster-wrestling on the way Read More: // here

Jules   Dec 18, 2016