SIGOURNEY WEAVER     23 Articles

Christie’s Green Auction Offers Celebrity Experiences While Benefiting Charity

by Daelyn Fortney

Back in February Christie’s International announced the 2010 Inaugural Green Auction titled, “A Bid to Save the Earth” to honor the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. With the big event

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Discovery To Dub Over Sarah Palin With Sigourney Weaver For New Nature Series

by Michael dEstries

Amid criticism of their decision to pick up Sarah Palin’s new nature documentary series, Discovery Communications announced today that they will be dubbing over the ex-governor’s voice with Sigourney Weaver’s.

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‘LIFE’ Outperforms ‘Planet Earth’ Premiere With 11.8 Million Viewers

by Michael dEstries

Discovery’s new series LIFE has become the network’s most-watched premiere in a decade. The Sunday premiere drew 11.8 million viewers — which trumps Planet Earth’s first day out by about

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Christina Aguilera’s Charitable Eco-Wheels

by Elizah Leigh

What factors make a vehicle greener compared to conventional rides? Superior fuel economy? Minimal CO2 production during its manufacture, transportation and ownership life cycle?  Use of recyclable or biodegradable materials?

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Hollywood Retreat Proves That Organic Simplicity Wins Out Over Glitz

by Elizah Leigh

Best known for his successful, award-winning direction on the blockbusters Pleasantville (starring Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire) and Seabiscuit (also starring Maguire, Jeff Bridges and Chris Cooper), Gary Ross has

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Sigourney Weaver’s ‘Acid Test’ Now Available Online

by Michael dEstries

Sigourney Weaver has lent her voice to another green documentary — this time one explaining the effects of excess atmospheric carbon on the oceans. Called Acid Test, and produced by

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Sigourney Weaver Was Once An Elf

by erinnuallain

According to an interview with the TimesOnline, Sigourney Weaver was once a hippy who lived in a treehouse, played the flute and wore an elf costume. Although she has long considered

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