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John Goodman Talks Inside Llewyn Davis, Importance of the Costume, and Working with the Coen Brothers Since Raising Arizona

From Academy Award winners Joel and Ethan Coen, Inside Llewyn Davis follows folk singer Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac), who is struggling to make it in the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Relying on friends for a couch to sleep on and scrounging for whatever work he can find, Llewyn attempts to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles, many of which are of his own making, while never really catching a break. The film also stars Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, John Goodman, Garrett Hedlund, F. Murray Abraham, Adam Driver, Stark Sands and Max Casella. At the film’s press day, actor John Goodman (who plays the rather eccentric Roland Turner) spoke at this roundtable interview about how this role was presented to him, finding the cadence and personification of his character, how important the costume was, what his ongoing relationship with the Coen brothers has meant to him, what the experience of working with the Coens is like,
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See Sigourney Weaver's Alien Screen Test

Previewing Eric Stoltz' Back to the Future footage helped drum up some great publicity for Universal's Back to the Future Trilogy on Blu-ray. Taking a page from that same train of thought, Fox has cracked open the lid on their upcoming Alien Anthology Blu-ray set and revealed Sigourney Weaver's never-before-seen Ripley screen test.

Weaver's experience headed into this test was relegated to a pair of small roles in Annie Hall and Madman. It's quite amazing how calm, collected and confident she is in this dramatic scene; in a nutshell already the Ripley we all know and love.

Pre-order the Alien Anthology on Blu-ray for a reduced price at It hits stores everywhere on October 26.

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Sigourney Weaver's Screen Test for Alien

Ridley Scott's Alien put Sigourney Weaver on the map as being one hell of a great badass actress. Before she did Alien she was in a film version of Annie Hall, and also had a small role in a movie called Madman

Here is one of the screen tests for the film that Sigourney Weaver shot while trying to land the role of a lifetime. After watching this video, it's no wonder Ridley Scott cast her in the role.

Check out the video below and tell us what you think!

This is part of the special features of the new Alien Anthology Blu-ray and DVD being released soon.
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Alien: Sigourney Weaver Screen Test

Alien: Sigourney Weaver Screen Test
Sigourney Weaver looked like a fully-fledged movie star before she even landed the role in Alien - and we have proof! Her screentest for the part is part of the new, insanely comprehensive Alien Anthology Blu-ray and DVD, and below there's an exclusive peek at it.In 1978 when Alien was coming together, Weaver's film experience consisted of a single short appearance as Alvy's date in Annie Hall and a small role opposite F. Murray Abraham in a film called Madman. So it's no wonder that she had to audition and screentest for a major role in Ridley Scott's haunted-house-in-space movie; what is surprising is how damn good she was right out of the gate. Y'know, this lady could be going places.The Alien Anthology is finally out on October 25, although you can see a marathon run of all the movies this Saturday night by entering our competition here.
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