Helen Mirren, 72, appeared on the cover of Allure's September 2017 issue, calling for an end to the term 'anti-aging'. " . . . we know we're getting older," L'Oréal's face added to the dialogue. :You just want to look and feel as great as you can on a daily basis."
Now Jane Fonda, 79 and a L'Oreal spokesperson since 2014, has joined the natural trend, covering the November 2017 issue of Town & Country. Fonda launches into a blistering interview with Brooks Barnes, the day after President Trump's ad-libbed 'fire and fury' threat toward North Korea.
“I’m almost 80, and so to say that I’ve never experienced this kind of nightmare before in my life is saying something,” the 'Frankie & Johnny' Netflix star tells Barnes. They talk about Trump for a few minutes before the interviewer steers the conversation to Fonda's "latest career resurgence."
“Who gives a rat’s ass?” Fonda exclaims, leaving Barnes off-kilter. “Oh, I’m sorry,” Fonda replies. “It’s just that, with everything going on in the world, our country, it’s really hard to talk about myself or entertainment right now.”
In a nutshell, this is Jane Fonda for her entire life.
After 57 years in show business (not counting a childhood spent in the limelight as the daughter of Henry Fonda), she is still working nonstop, starring in the hit Netflix series Grace and Frankie and teaming with Robert Redford for this fall’s romantic drama 'Our Souls at Night', which won the duo Golden Lions for Lifetime Achievement at the recent Venice Film Festival. Coming up next for Fonda is 'Book Club', co-starring Diane Keaton, Mary Steenburgen, and Candice Bergen. The four play longtime friends whose lives are jolted after they read the raunchy 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
Read on at Town & Country: Jane Fonda Has Always Been on the Move -- and She Has No Plans to Slow Down Now'.
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