If you plan on a high school sci-fi 1979 game, Horror Alien, don't be too surprised if the actressstops to give you five.
That's exactly what happened at New Jersey High School on April 26th. Weaver, who played the heroine Ellen Ripley in the original Alien series, paid a surprise visit to the production series and high school Alien: The Play.
The actors from the northern school in Bergen presented their Alien game on Friday for the first time in March.
Teens made impressive sets, suits, and even a realistic-looking aliencostumes using recycled materials.
Students' heritage was inspiredhe himself donated $ 5,000 on Friday to help the stage.
After the presentation, Weaver welcomed the cast in the school hall.
"I'm so excited to be here," Weaver told them. "I represent all the alien fans from across the universe," she said. "I think what you're doing is so cool and so important."
Another video shows that one high school student yells, "I love you, you are my child hero! before hugging Weaver.
Earlier in March, Weaver made a YouTube video to praise the young cast on their Alien games.
"I just want to say that it looked incredible," Weaver said in the video. "You put so much heart and soul in it and the alien seemed very real to me. I want to send our compliments not only from me but from James Cameron and the original screenwriter Walter Hill.
Franzise Alien's film celebrated its 40th anniversary on Friday.