Jane Fonda knew about disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein’s reported sexual misconduct for a year — and now the “Barbarella” actress says she’s “ashamed” that she didn’t come forward to expose his behavior.In an interview with CNN‘s Christiane Amanpour scheduled to air Thursday, Fonda said that she was told about Weinstein by actress Rosanna Arquette.“I found out about Harvey about a year ago, and I’m ashamed that I didn’t say anything right then,” Fonda told Amanpour.Also Read: Beverly Hills PD Not Looking Into Harvey Weinstein Scandal: 'No One Has Come Forward'Asked why she didn’t come forward then, Fonda said, “Because I guess it hadn’t happened to me and so I didn’t feel it was my place.
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- Jane Fonda Is ‘Ashamed’ She Didn’t Come Forward About Harvey Weinstein
By Tim Kenneally, provided by
- Thursday Oct 12, 2017
- Jane Fonda Bristles at Megyn Kelly’s Plastic Surgery Question: ‘Really?’ (Video)
By Ashley Boucher, provided by
- Wednesday Sep 27, 2017
Jane Fonda had the perfect way to shut down Megyn Kelly when the new “Today” show host asked about her plastic surgery.“We really wanna talk about this right now?” Fonda snapped at the former Fox News star on Wednesday’s “Megyn Kelly Today.”Fonda appeared on the show alongside Robert Redford to promote their new Netflix movie, “Our Souls At Night.” After a brief question about the movie and discussion about Fonda and Redford’s long history of sharing the screen, Kelly pivoted to Fonda’s looks.
- Robert Redford, Jane Fonda to Receive Honor at Venice Film Festival
By Ryan Gajewski, provided by
- Monday Jul 17, 2017
The ceremony honoring them will take place on Sept. 1 and will be followed by the world premiere of “Our Souls at Night,” the Netflix film in which they both star.“Few Hollywood legends have demonstrated such determination and courage over the course of their professional career as Jane Fonda,” festival director Alberto Barbera said in a statement.Fonda is a two-time Oscar winner and picked up an Emmy nomination last week for her role on Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie.”
- ‘Our Souls at Night’ Review: Jane Fonda and Robert Redford Play Nice People in a Nice Romance
By Alonso Duralde, provided by
- Friday Sep 1, 2017
A Netflix-and-chill movie for the generation that might have to look up what “Netflix and chill” means, “Our Souls at Night” reunites Jane Fonda and Robert Redford in a sweet, low-key romance that operates best when it eschews plot and just lets us get to know these characters as they get to know each other.Boasting the kind of star wattage that can’t be hidden under all the bushels of Wal-Mart sleepwear and mom jeans that the film can muster, Fonda and Redford prove, five decades after “Barefoot in the Park,” that they can still generate onscreen sparks.
- Jane Fonda Reflects: ‘I’m Not Afraid of Death’
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- Thursday Oct 12, 2017
Jane Fonda will turn 80 in December, and the “Grace and Frankie” star says she isn’t afraid of death.“The way I figure, the way to live, especially in the latter part of your life, is to envision how you want to die,” Fonda said in an interview with Town & Country. “I think we all would like it to be in bed, surrounded by family and loved ones. To get there you have to work hard to heal the wounds and mend the fences. Because in the end it’s always what you didn’t do, not what you did.”“I’m not afraid of death,” she continued, “but I’m afraid of getting to the end without becoming the best I can be as a person.
- Jane Fonda: Weinstein accusers get media attention because they're 'famous and white'
Friday Oct 27, 2017
Actress Jane Fonda told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes that she believes people are intrigued by Harvey Weinstein’s accusers who have spoken out because they are “famous and white and everybody knows them.”