Directed by Tim Allen. With Tim Allen, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Ray Liotta, J.K. Simmons, Kelsey Grammer, Julie Bowen, Karle Warren and Sigourney Weaver. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2010.
Sigourney Weaver in Crazy on the Outside
At 37, Kate Holbrook (Tina Fey), a successful, single career businesswoman, has decided the time is right to have a child. But, when she discovers that she's infertile, Kate is forced to consider other options. Eventually, she finds an unlikely surrogate in Angie Ostrowiski (Amy Poehler), a working class woman from South Philly. Just when Kate thinks she finally has everything figured out, Angie shows up asking for a place to live, and the mismatched pair struggle to coexist as they prepare to become mothers. Directed by Michael McCullers. With Sigourney Weaver, Greg Kinnear, Romany Malco, Dax Shepard and Maura Tierney. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2008.
Sigourney Weaver in Baby Mama
Despereaux (Matthew Broderick), a tiny mouse with big ears and an even bigger heart, refuses to accept life as a mere mouse, learning how to read and befriending a beautiful princess named Pea (Emma Watson). Banished from Mouseworld for his unconventional ways, Depereaux sets out to rescue Princess Pea when he learns that she has been kidnapped by Roscuro (Dustin Hoffman), a rat whose affections the princess earlier dismissed. Inspired by stories of knights, dragons and fair maidens, Depereaux finds the courage to become a legendary hero. Directed by Sam Fell and Robert Stevenhagen. With Tracey Ullman, Kevin Kline, William H. Macy, Stanley Tucci and Sigourney Weaver. Categories: Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy. Year: 2008.
Sigourney Weaver in The Tale of Despereaux
Moments after his arrival in Spain for a global anti-terrorism summit, US President Henry Ashton (William Hurt) is shot twice as he steps to the podium to deliver a speech. The events leading up to the assassination attempt and the chaos that follows are shown from eight different perspectives, including that of two secret service agents (Matthew Fox and Dennis Quaid), an American tourist (Forest Whitaker) and a TV news producer (Sigourney Weaver). As each point of view unfolds, it becomes apparent that the assassination attempt is more than what it seems and the President may still be alive. Directed by Pete Travis. With Zoe Saldana. Categories: Drama, Thriller. Year: 2008.
Sigourney Weaver in Vantage Point
In the year is 2700, WALL-E is the last robot on Earth. With all the humans gone, WALL-E spends his days alone cleaning up all the trash they left behind. But, when EVE, a robot probe sent to recover the last plant on Earth, shows up, WALL-E falls in love, and begins an adventure across the galaxy. Directed by Andrew Stanton. With John Ratzenberger, Sigourney Weaver, Fred Willard and Jeff Garlin. Categories: Animation, Comedy, Family, Romance, Sci-Fi. Year: 2008.
Sigourney Weaver in WALL-E
Ex-convict Alex Hughes (Alan Rickman) is on his way to Winnipeg when he picks up a beautiful but eccentric young woman who is headed in the same direction. When Hughes' car is involved in a violent car crash that results in the woman's death, he seeks out her mother to help him find peace. After meeting Linda Freeman (Sigourney Weaver), a high-functioning autistic, Hughes begins to form an unlikely friendship with the unique woman that helps him overcome his grief. Directed by Marc Evans. With Carrie-Anne Moss. Categories: Drama. Year: 2006.
Sigourney Weaver in Snow Cake
Mike Klein (David Duchovny) convinces a TV network to make a pilot of the sitcom he wrote based on the aftermath of his brother's suicide. As the show moves through the phases of casting, production and rewrites, Mike faces off with the network executives (Sigourney Weaver and Ioan Gruffudd) to keep the show faithful to his vision. But, as the struggle takes its toll on Mike and his family, he finds that compromise is the name of the game. Directed by Jake Kasdan. With Judy Greer, Fran Kranz, Lindsay Sloane and Justine Bateman. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2006.
Sigourney Weaver in The TV Set
In a quaint late nineteenth century village, life seems to be picture perfect. But as night falls, we learn that the isolated community lives in fear of the creatures that are said to reside in the woods around them. The villagers are so frightened that no one dares to venture into the woods for any reason. But, despite the advice of his elders, a curious young man named Lucius Hunt (Joaquin Phoenix) desires to step beyond the boundaries of the town into the unknown. Directed by M. Night Shyamalan. With Bryce Dallas Howard, William Hurt, Adrien Brody and Sigourney Weaver. Categories: Drama, Mystery, Thriller. Year: 2004.
Sigourney Weaver in The Village
When an alien species visits Earth looking for help, they know who to call: the stars of Galaxy Quest, a once popular TV show whose cast now appears at science fiction conventions. Thinking that the Galaxy Quest stars are actually intergalactic heroes, the aliens recruit the group of washed-up actors to save their world from invasion. Directed by Dean Parisot. With Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, Sam Rockwell and Daryl Mitchell. Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi. Year: 1999.
Sigourney Weaver in Galaxy Quest
200 years after her death, Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) is reborn as a clone. Scientists have used her DNA to bring her back to life and get their hands on the Queen Alien that grows within her chest. As scientist begin to breed more Aliens, Ripley adjusts to being alive again - remembering bits and pieces of her former life. Soon, though, the Aliens escape and begin ravaging the ship's crew. Together with a band of space pirates, including a second generation android (Winona Ryder), Ripley must find a way to defeat the Aliens yet again before the ship crash lands on Earth. Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. With Dominique Pinon, Ron Perlman, Gary Dourdan, Michael Wincott, Dan Hedaya, J.E. Freeman, Brad Dourif and Leland Orser. Categories: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Drama. Year: 1997.
Sigourney Weaver in Alien: Resurrection
After escaping from the Alien planet in the Colonial Marine spaceship Sulaco, Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) awakes to discover that her escape pod has crash landed on a deep space penal colony, killing the rest of her crew. Welcomed with great hesitation, she awaits rescue from the company and befriends the facility's doctor, Clemens (Charles Dance) to protect herself from the murderers and rapists who maintain the colony's ore foundry. But, when it is discovered that an Alien stowed away on Ripley's ship, she must form an alliance with Dillon (Charles S. Dutton), a criminal who has found religion, in order to organize the prisoners and fight back against the beast. Directed by David Fincher. With Brian Glover, Danny Webb, Lance Henriksen and Ralph Brown. Categories: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Drama. Year: 1992.
Sigourney Weaver in Alien 3