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Comic-Con: Sigourney Weaver Talks the Onscreen Future of Ripley at 'Aliens' 30th Anniversary Panel

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30 years ago, James Cameron's Aliens hit theaters, meaning it has been 30 years since audiences first heard Sigourney Weaver's Ellen Ripley famously scream at the Alien Queen: "Get away from her, you bitch!" At the Aliens 30th anniversary panel that took place in Hall H at Comic-Con, the discussion eventually drifted toward Ripley's return to the big screen. During a Q&A portion of the panel, an audience member asked Weaver about the reported Ripley-fronted Aliens project from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp. Blomkamp and Weaver worked together on 2015's AI film Chappie, where the actress and director talked about Ripley's

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- Mia Galuppo

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Comic-Con: 'Black Panther' Reveals Character Details, Casts 'Walking Dead' Star Danai Gurira

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Black Panther leapt into Hall H Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con to reveal more details about the anticipated comic book adaptation. Director Ryan Coogler said it was an "emotional" expedience getting to come to Hall H — a place he first visited as a fan in 2009. He introduced star Chadwick Boseman, who plays the Wakandan king and hero, who told the crowd, "Ryan has beautiful things in store for us." Then they surprised fans by introducing Lupita Nyong'o, whose character was revealed to be Nakia, who has a long history in the comics, sometimes as a potential wife for T'Challa and

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