Alien star Sigourney Weaver: 'Donald Trump is scarier than any movie monster'
Alien star Sigourney Weaver has said Donald Trump is far more scary than any monster in her action films.
The actress, 66, shot to fame as Ripley in Ridley Scott's sci-fi franchise but said she is far more alarmed by the current Republican presidential candidate.
Arriving at the premiere of her new fantasy movie A Monster Calls at the BFI London Film Festival, she told the Press Association: "There are so many things I wish were a fantasy, like Donald Trump, but unfortunately they are real.
"I think all of us remember this from when we were children, we would retreat into our own... read more
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