Avatar 2: Sigourney Weaver Teases Her Goofy Character In Avatar 2.

Share Market Daily Writer By Mahesh Limbani Published September 2, 2022

The star of James Cameron's highly anticipated sequel Avatar: The Way of Water, Sigourney Weaver, teases the "goofy" character she plays in the film.

Avatar: The Way of Water, the highly-anticipated sequel to Avatar, eases her "goofy" character. With over $2.8 billion at the box office, Avatar became the highest-grossing film of all-time.

In the film, Weaver played Dr. Grace Augustine, the head of the Avatar program on Pandora, an exobiologist who formed a close bond with the Na'vi.

The Resources Development Administration attacks the Na'vi to gain access to a rare and immensely valuable mineral called unobtainium, killing Augustine.

As a part of the sequel to the film Avatar, Weaver will play a completely new role within the world of Avatar.

After the events of Avatar: The Way of Water, a new tale of survival and tragedy awaits the family of former disabled ex-Marine Jake Sully (Sam Worthington).

Kiri, Jake and Neytiri's adopted daughter, returns to the franchise as Weaver. Kiri, however, remains a mystery.

During an interview with Interview, Weaver teased her "goofy" new character. Despite being unable to reveal much about herself, the actress called the role "the biggest stretch" she ever played.

According to Weaver, she had to physically approach Kiri differently than other roles in her career. Below is what the actor said.

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