In addition to the challenge of filming underwater scenes, actress Sigourney Weaver took parkour classes and visited schools for children and teens to play character Kiri, 60 years her junior, in ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ .
After making the directorial debut of Woody Allen Annie Hall, Sigourney Weaver The field of science fiction has been strongly drawn to for decades. In addition to embodying the iconic replay Alien, The Eighth Passenger by Ridley Scott, the actress has collaborated the ghostbusters, wall e, Chap and of course, Avatar,
In fact, Weaver collaborates with James Cameron again but this time he does not play Dr. Grace Augustine. This time, the 73-year-old actress rolled back nearly six decades to play 14-year-old Kiri in the much-anticipated sequel. Avatar: The Way of Water,
For perfectly portraying a teenage girl through the wonders of motion capture technology, fellow actress Village why Exodus: Gods and Kings Fiorello sat down to take classes at H. LaGuardia High School, a high school specializing in teaching the visual and performing arts, located in New York.
“I was sitting and listening to the pitch of voices: everything from a child’s voice to an adult’s voice”, Weaver, who once again shares credit with Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana, tells USA TODAY about watching the young acting students. “I was just someone else in the community. They had their own things to do.”
like the rest of the cast Avatar 2Weaver underwent breath-holding training for the film’s underwater scenes (a record held by Kate Winslet, and which also represented a challenge for Zoe Saldana) and She also joined her younger co-stars in learning parkour for the action sequences.
I was determined that I would be able to do what he did. She didn’t want them to say she was an old woman who couldn’t do it. We all had to get really fit, and parkour is a really good way to get there.
Weaver enjoyed getting in touch with his inner child through the magic of timing in motion capture technology. “It was an act of breaking free from some of the long-established conventions of playing characters in your own age group,” says the actress, who we’ll see next in the series. the lost flowers of alice hart,