Jane Fonda is easily one of the most unique actors in Hollywood. Her career spans over seven decades, and she has won two Academy Awards as well as an Emmy Award, BAFTA Award, several Golden Globe Awards, and more. She is known for movies like Barbarella And Klute As well as shows like Grace and Frankie. This year, the actress has already starred in two movies alongside her real-life friend, Lily Tomlin, 80 for Brady And moving forward. Naturally, Fonda has plenty of stories to tell about her career, and she recently revealed that she had some beef with Jennifer Lopez. Back in 2005, they starred monster in law Together and it turns out that Lopez may owe Fonda a belated apology…
Fonda appeared The Drew Barrymore Show This week along with Tomlin to promote moving forwardand shared a story about making it monster in law. “The thing that comes to mind right away is we have a slapping scene. I slapped her, and she slapped me. … Well, Jennifer, according to Jennifer, she had this huge diamond ring. And so, when she slapped me one of those times, it was open across my eyes, And my eyebrows,” Fonda shared. “You know, and she never apologized.”
Interestingly, Lopez has also told this story before, but the star said she apologized to Fonda at the time.
“[Fonda] I really did it, so did I, and then I accidentally punched her in the eye, right there, oh,” Lopez said alone. YouTube video Back in 2019 while re-visiting monster in law. “We talked about how we’d do it over and over,” she explained. “I was so afraid of hitting Jane Fonda in the face or hurting her in any way…she was so rude and [said] Like, “Just hit me, don’t worry about it.” …” I was like, ‘No! I don’t want to hurt you. And she was like, “Let’s just go, just for the sake of it!” …next thing you know [Fonda] I really went for one of those smacks… I only remember then Jane had a bloody blister at the top of her eye. My nail went, like, in her eyes. I got scared… I said: Oh my God! I’m very sorry!’”
Haas Jane Fonda commented on Sidney Sweeney Barbarella remake?
Sony Pictures recently announced the release of Barbarella A reboot was in development. The new project, which will be based on Jean-Claude Forest’s classic comic book series of the same name, will star and executive produce by trance And Madame Web Star Sydney Sweeney. Recently, Fonda responded to the news and expressed some concern.
“I try not to [think about it,]Fonda revealed In a recent interview with Hollywood Reporter. “Because I worry about what it will be like. I had an idea of how to do it [original producer] Dino De Laurentiis, when he was still alive, did not listen to him. But it would have been a really feminist movie.”
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