Veteran Hollywood actress Jane Fonda has had a long and illustrious career spanning seven decades, during which she has won multiple awards, including two Academy Awards, an Emmy, a BAFTA, and numerous Golden Globes. Fonda is best known for her roles in iconic movies like Klute and Barbarella. She is also known for her work in the Frankie and Grace TV show.
This year alone, Fonda has worked in two films besides her real friend, Lily Tomlin. The films, titled 80 for Brady and Moving On, have received critical acclaim from audiences and critics alike. In the latest media interview, Fonda opened up about her experiences working with various actors and actresses throughout her career.
Revealed some surprising revelations about her time working with Jennifer Lopez. The two co-starred in the 2005 romantic comedy, Monster-in-Law, but it seems that there may have been some tension on set. Fonda hinted that Lopez might owe her an apology for something that happened during the filming of the movie, but she did not provide any further details.
Fans and industry insiders are now speculating about what could have happened between the two actresses and whether or not Lopez will come forward to address the issue. Despite the possible drama behind the scenes, Fonda remains a beloved and respected figure in Hollywood, with a career that has inspired generations of actors and actresses to follow in her footsteps. As she continues to take on new roles and share her experiences with fans.
Jane Fonda Accuses Jennifer Lopez of Her Injuries
Jane Fonda shared an incident regarding the making of her 2005 comedy film “Monster-in-Law” during her recent appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show. Fonda was promoting her new film, “Moving On,” alongside her co-star, Lily Tomlin. The story revolves around a slapping scene that takes place between Fonda’s character and Jennifer Lopez’s character in the movie. According to Fonda, the scene resulted in a painful injury.
The thing that comes to mind right away is that we have a slapping scene. I slap her, and she slaps me. Well, Jennifer, as per her, had this enormous diamond ring. And so, when she slapped me one of the times, it cut open across my eye, my eyebrow,” Fonda shared.
However, Fonda also revealed that Lopez never apologized for the incident. This was an interesting revelation, as Lopez had previously mentioned the same story in the past but claimed to have apologized to Jane at the moment.
It is noteworthy that “Monster-in-Law” was a commercial success, grossing over $155 million worldwide. The film featured Fonda as a controlling mother-in-law who goes to great lengths to sabotage her son’s relationship with Lopez’s character.
Fonda’s appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show gave fans insight into her experience while making the film. Her story about the slapping scene serves as a reminder of the risks and challenges actors face while performing stunts on set.
Even actress Jennifer Lopez shared an interesting anecdote in a YouTube video from 2019. While filming a scene where her character Charlotte punches Jane Fonda’s character, Lopez accidentally hits Fonda in the eye.
Lopez explained that she was nervous about hitting Fonda during the scene and had discussed the choreography with her co-star repeatedly. However, Fonda reassured Lopez and encouraged her to go for it. In the end, Fonda’s boldness led to a blood blister on her eye due to Lopez’s accidental nail scratch.
Despite the unfortunate incident, Lopez and Fonda have remained close friends and have since worked together on several occasions. The two actresses share mutual respect and admiration for each other, and the incident has become a humorous story between them.
Jane Fonda Talked About the Barbarella Remake
Sony Pictures has announced that they are developing a reboot of the cult-classic comic book series “Barbarella”. The project will be inspired by the original comic book series by Jean-Claude Forest, and Sydney Sweeney will star in the movie.
The news of the reboot has also garnered a reaction from Jane Fonda, who starred in the original 1968 film adaptation. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Fonda expressed her concerns about the new project.
“I try not to think about it,” Fonda revealed. “Because I worry about what it’s going to be. I had an idea of how to do it that the original producer, Dino De Laurentiis, when he was still alive, wouldn’t listen to. But it could have been a truly feminist movie.”