Sigourney Weaver, fourth act of Alien (1979)

Why haven’t I seen all the behind-the-scenes shots of Signourney Weaver in Alien yet? Come on. I’m slippin’.

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Sigourney Weaver eating a hotdog outside Tail o’ the Pup in Los Angeles, date unknown. 

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“Sigourney Weaver made the behind-the-back half-court basketball shot successfully…She sunk the shot on the very first take, even though she was six feet further past the three-point line…Weaver described the miracle shot as “one of the best moments in her life”, after her wedding day and the birth of her daughter, of course.” (X)

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happy birthday 2 me

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nevver: Helmut Newton

CONFESSION: I have a bit of a thing for Sigourney Weaver. Sometimes I’m not even sure why, but there it is, always lurking beneath the surface, waiting to burst out of my chest like… like… something. Yeah. Sorry, I really didn’t think that analogy through. What was I thinking?

20/09/09 ◔ 50


Galaxy Quest - Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman

Can we please talk about how shockingly good this film is? At first glance, it looks like your typical family-friendly, trite genre parody. In actuality, it’s a clever, witty, pitch-perfect satire of Star Trek and its ilk. And best of all, it’s a loving satire. Whoever wrote and directed it, clearly knew what they were doing, and they did it reverently. That makes all the difference.

I know what you’re saying, though. “Tim Allen? Hngn*…” But he’s perfect as the washed-up Shatner clone. And Alan Rickman as the show’s reluctant Spock-a-be? I need not convince anyone of Alan Rickman’s enjoyability. Throw in a hilarious Tony Shalhoub, a brilliant Sam Rockwell, and a babealicious Sigourney Weaver and, by God, this movie is just a delight.

* This is the closest approximation of a moan of apprehension that I could manage. Sorry.

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