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Sigourney Weaver confirms “Avatar 2” return, offers thoughts on “Ghostbusters 3”

Sigourney Weaver confirms “Avatar 2” return, offers thoughts on “Ghostbusters 3” (photo)

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As a castmember in “Abduction,” Sigourney Weaver has recently been doing her duly appointed duty, giving interviews in an attempt to convince people to go see a Taylor Lautner movie where he almost certainly doesn’t turn into a werewolf. Thankfully, some folks were bright enough to ask the actress about some highly-anticipated projects that we really care about: New “Ghostbusters” and “Avatar” movies.

In a conversation with ComingSoon, Weaver graciously answered a question she must hear at least once a day and spoke about the likelihood of “Ghostbusters 3” actually happening. Despite not having read the script, the actress seems convinced that her character’s son, Oscar, will have grown up to be a Ghostbuster in the new movie. Oscar, who was an infant in 1989’s “Ghostbusters 2,” would work out to be at least 23 if aging in real time. In related news: You’re old.

When he’s not trying to keep his telephone conversations with Britney Spears secret from the Men in Black, “Ghostbusters” star Dan Aykroyd has been doing the rounds himself, claiming that the third film will happen with or without Bill Murray. In a separate interview with Cinema Blend, Weaver pointed toward the latter possibility when she mentioned, “Well, I guess [Murray’s character] Peter Venkman is dead.” However, Cinema Blend was quick to point out that the actress could just be repeating a 2009 story about Murray appearing in the film as a ghost.

Meanwhile, another Weaver-starring film, “Avatar” has a sequel in the works that is a little bit more of a sure thing, largely on account of the fact that James Cameron’s 3D take on “Ferngully” is only the biggest, most successful movie of all time. Not to spoil a nearly two-year-old film that everyone reading this is almost statistically guaranteed to have seen at least once, but SPOILER: Sigourney Weaver’s character dies at the end of the movie.

Weaver and Cameron aren’t going to let a little thing like death get in the way of keeping a lucrative franchise healthy, however, with the actress confirming to ComingSoon, “Don’t worry, I’ll be back.” She further explained that according to the director “no one ever dies in science-fiction,” and that the stories for the next two “Avatar” movies are “absolutely wonderful.”

What do you think about Dana Barrett’s son Oscar growing up to be a Ghostbuster? Also, do you think your motion sickness can handle another two “Avatar” movies? Tell us in the comments below or on Facebook and Twitter.

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Bad Moms

Mother Muckers

Watch Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn Slam Motherhood in the Bad Moms Trailer

Catch Mila Kunis on That '70s Show Mondays and Tuesdays starting at 6P on IFC.

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They say that bringing a child into this world is the most treasured and life-fulfilling thing you can do. But once sacrificing all your time, energy, and money into a marginally grateful person wears thin, there’s not much left for fulfillment. And as three moms contending with carpools and PTA meetings, Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn reject the entire notion of modern motherhood and vow to become Bad Moms, a new film by The Hangover writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore.

Watch Mila Kunis and her pals join forces against motherhood and uptight school administrator Christina Applegate in the NSFW trailer below. And be sure to catch Mila in her younger days on That ’70s Show every Monday and Tuesday starting at 6P.

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Sally Kellerman- Maron – Season 4, Episode 5

Cheers to Mom

Send Mom Some Love With an IFC Mother’s Day Card

Give mom the gift of IFC this Mother's Day.

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Ah, May. A month of blooming flowers, fluttering butterflies, and a shrieking barrage of guilt come Mother’s Day. But rather than bearing the brunt of shame and misery when you can’t see Mom this year, smooth things over with an official IFC Mother’s Day card. They say everything you’re too busy to say over the phone, like would it kill you to ever dial a number and talk to the woman who gave you life? And would it be the end of the world if you found a better job and settled down with someone nice? But no, it’s fine. She’ll make do with one of these cards, featuring characters from Portlandia, Maron and Comedy Bang! Bang!. Check them out below, and be good to mom this year.

Mother's Day Portlandia

Mother's Day Portlandia

Mother's Day Maron

Mother's Day CBB

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Marc Maron – Dave Anthony – Maron – Season 4, Episode 2

Snark Attack

5 Times Maron’s Dave Anthony Had the Perfect Response

Maron returns May 4th at 9P on IFC.

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Dave Anthony, standup and podcaster extraordinaire, has stealthily become a one-liner machine on Maron, playing Marc’s deadpan “frenemy.” While Dave may often say the wrong thing, we always seem to relate to him in some secret, shameful way. Before you catch Dave on the season premiere of Maron this Wednesday, May 4th at 9P, check out a few times it felt like he was living our life — and messing it up just as much as we are.

1. That moment when we realize no one is listening to our podcast.

Maron Dave Anthony


2. Or when we remember that feelings are just nature’s way of saying it’s time to eat more ice cream.

Maron Dave Anthony


3. That feeling you get when you realize you’ll do anything if someone else is paying.

Maron Dave Anthony


4. For those times when we want to fight the power.

Maron Dave Anthony

Maron Dave Anthony

Maron Dave Anthony


5. And of course, for those times when we realize that life is about accomplishing the little things.

Maron Dave Anthony

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