Actress Sigourney Weaver has shared details of her participation in two upcoming major projects - the sequel to "Avatar" and third "Ghostbusters."
Despite the death of the heroine in the film by James Cameron, Weaver confirmed that her character Grace Augustine appears in the following series, which will be removed one by one.
"Do not panic, I'll be back. Jim Cameron said that in science fiction, no one ever dies. He explained to me the next two plots of films. Ready to say that they are extremely wonderful, incredible potential. Now he only has to shoot them"- said the actress during an interview, timed to the release of film "Pursuit", where she played with Taylor Lautner.
In addition, Sigourney said about her participation in trilogy "Ghostbusters", whose shooting will begin next spring (in 2012 and scheduled to work on the project Cameron): "Until I read the script. They called me a couple of times. I know that they rewrite it. Everything I've said it hoped that my son in the film, Oscar, is old enough to be Ghostbusters. Ivan Reitman approved. Besides, I know nothing. I hope that all will be good, as we've already done two remarkable films".
However, American viewers will be able accurately to see the star of "Alien" at the big screen in connection with the "Ghostbusters" in the near future, as the first tape of series studio decided to show, to identify the interest of viewers for the third film franchise.