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THE DEFENDERS: Sigourney Weaver Says Her Character Is “Very In Charge” [Netflix]

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Sigourney Weaver Hints At What Viewers Can Expect Of Her In The Defenders

Academy Award-nominated Aliens star Sigourney Weaver teases what the villain she will portray in Netflix‘s The Defenders will be like.

The topic came up in the context of an interview about her plans to continue acting in James Cameron‘s Avatar series. Although Weaver was very expressive and very emphatic about her involvement with that franchise, she was quite a bit more reserved when the subject of the Marvel crossover series was brought up for discussion:

She’s also slated to break into the world of superheroes by playing the main villain of the upcoming Marvel’s The Defenders on Netflix. Weaver was tight-lipped about her role but did offer a tease for it, saying:

“I can’t say much, because they might kill me. I think everyone I work for might kill me if I tell you anything. But I have the most delicious character. She’s really smart, and she’s very in charge.”

Earlier this year, it was revealed that the first Avatar sequel is expected to hit theaters in December 2018 and would be followed by three more films in December 2020, December 2022, and December 2023. Confirmed to feature the return of cast members Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver, the Avatar sequels will be produced by Cameron and Jon Landau through their Lightstorm Entertainment.

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