Jane Fonda

The "Book Club" star might've overshared to Andy Cohen, while Jane Fonda also acknowledged getting hot and bothered with someone on camera.
The 85-year-old "80 for Brady" star showed she had plenty of arm herself in tossing the award that Palme d'Or-winner Justine Triet left behind.
Fonda has starred in four films with Redford, but said he can be difficult to work with.
“He said that the character had to have an orgasm in the movie, and he needed to see what my orgasms were like,” the actor told Andy Cohen.
The “Book Club: The Next Chapter” star revealed she initially had no interest in acting.
The “Grace and Frankie” star said Jennifer Lopez broke her skin and made her bleed.
The actor and activist warns that the fossil fuel industry is destroying the climate — and legislators won't do anything to stop it.
Greene, who called herself an “unapologetic pro-life politician” in her response to Fonda, previously liked social media posts about violence toward Democrats.
The screen legend and storied activist said bulimia ravaged her life, and that even once she hit her 40s, she thought: "If I keep on like this, I'm going to die."
“It’s such an iconic, fun character,” the “Euphoria” star said while confirming her attachment to the project, which is causing Fonda to “worry.”