Jane Fonda As An Eccentric Mom: New Photo!

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Yes, I know I just wrote that Jane Fonda plays an eccentric granny in the upcoming Bruce Beresford film Peace, Love & Misunderstanding.

But her character is also a mother. You can't be a granny without being a mommy first.

So here's Jane in her resplendent matriarchal eccentricity with her daughter (two-time Oscar nominee Catherine Keener).

Whoever styled this thing is at the very least making for some very fabulous stills.


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piggywig70
piggywig70

I thought your headline referred to Jane's new role in the movie The Butler. She'll be playing Nancy Reagan! Now there's an eccentric mother for you!

Southern Dave
Southern Dave

Fonda based her performance in "The Morning After" on the alcoholic Paramount star Gail Russell.

I don't know why Russell drank. She was married to Guy Madison, which should have kept her happy. Happy? Hell, ecstatic.

bitchtrollfrom hell
bitchtrollfrom hell

"The Morning After" is a campy classic and one of her best overlooked performances.

Normadesmond
Normadesmond

i'd love to have coffee with her. hey, i once played paul bratter in community theatre, maybe that could be my in?

Southern Dave
Southern Dave

I like even BAD Fonda films, such as "In the Cool of the Day."

This one looks like a goodie.

There's a real art to stills and stage photos. Some you remember forever, such as Lee Phillips pressing his face into Lana Turner's poitrine, covered in filmy red fabric in "Peyton Place."

Tybalt
Tybalt

It looks like she's back in Barefoot in the Park.

Harve
Harve

The fish earrings look amazing.

Rahrah
Rahrah

Jane looks better than ever. You're right, great stills.

Whompers
Whompers

She was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for it and a lot of people were surprised because it's not a good movie.

exackerly
exackerly

Love ITCOTD. Why don't they make great bad movies like that anymore?

Whompers
Whompers

Because they're afraid people will run around years later calling them things like "ITCOTD".

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