Avatar’s Sigourney Weaver Reveals Why Her New Role In The Sequel Made Filming So Challenging


The long-awaited sequel to the 2009 box office darling Avatar is finally set to release in December. Very little information about the new film has been disclosed, but much of the original cast is set to return including Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, and of course the legendary actress Sigourney Weaver. The film is famous for its highly stylized use of CGI, but according to Weaver, it was more than graphics that made her role so challenging this time around. 

In speaking to Interview Magazine, the Alien star revealed her character is taking some creative turns in Avatar: The Way of Water, as she’s playing a child Na’vi in the sequel. And she is grateful for the opportunity to pursue such a part. She also credits director James Cameron for his openness, saying:

So Avatar I can’t really talk about, but I would say that it’s the biggest stretch I get to play in every possible way. I think if Jim Cameron didn’t know me really well, he wouldn’t have cast me as something as goofy as this. I had to work in a completely different way to play this character, a very physical way.



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