Sigourney Weaver & Ridley Scott to Reunite on EXODUS
Sigourney Weaver is set to reunite with Ridley Scott, the director who launched her career.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Weaver, who starred in Scott's 1979 classic ALIEN, has signed on for his next project, the Biblical epic EXODUS as Tuya, Ramses' mother.
Weaver joins previously announced Joel Edgerton, who will play Ramses, and Christian Bale, set to take on the role of Moses. The film was originally written by Adam Cooper and Bill Collage, with Steve Zaillian providing a rewrite.
EXODUS is currently slated to begin filming next month in England, Spain, and Morocco.
Click here to read The Hollywood Reporter's original announcement.
Weaver recently ended a run in Christopher Durang's Tony-winning Broadway play Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spoke. Her other stage credits include Sex and Longing, Hurlyburly and The Constant Wife. Her upcoming film projects include It Is What It Is, Body Art, and Avatar 2. Weaver's movie credits include Vamps, The Cabin in the Woods, Avatar, Infamous, The Village, Holes, Galaxy Quest, Alien, Ghostbusters and more.
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