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Thursday, September 20, 2018


Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda was all smiles when she was photographed at The Late Show With Stephen Colbert yesterday in New York City.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017


Dolly Parton

Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton will present the SAG Life Achievement Award to actor, comedian, writer, producer and all-round entertainment maverick Lily Tomlin during the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®, Executive Producer Kathy Connell announced today. Tomlin's accepting SAG-AFTRA’s highest accolade from her two long-time friends, a trio beloved as the co-conspirators in the 1980 feminist revenge comedy hit 9 to 5, will be a highlight of the annual SAG Awards® ceremony, which will be simulcast live on TNT and TBS on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017 at 8 p.m. (ET), 5 p.m. (PT).

Lily Tomlin

A Friendship Forged in Film

9 to 5 is now number 74 on American Film Institute's list of "100 Funniest American Movies of All Time." When the film was shot, Fonda and Tomlin were friends who had already received numerous honors for their acting achievements. It was Parton’s first feature film role, but she was a veteran of live and television performances as herself, an award-winning musician and writer. She also wrote, performed and received dozens of awards for the movie’s title song.

The three legendary artists, each of whom has a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, have remained close friends since that catalyst film. Fonda and Tomlin joined forces again as stars and executive producers of the current Netflix series Grace and Frankie. The success of the show led to both being honored this year with Actor® nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, along with Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominations for Tomlin. Grace and Frankie returns for its third season in May 2017

Jane Fonda

A two-time Best Actress Academy Award® winner (for Klute and Coming Home) and five-time nominee (for The Morning After, On Golden Pond, The China Syndrome, Julia and They Shoot Horses Don't They), Fonda was the 2014 recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award. Fonda was first honored with a SAG Award nomination in 2014 as a member of the motion picture cast of Lee Daniels' The Butler, in which she portrayed Nancy Reagan.

For three seasons, Fonda appeared as media mogul Leona Lansing in an Emmy-nominated performance in Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom, on HBO. More recently, she received a Golden Globe nomination for her stunning performance in Youth, written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino. Fonda is also known for revolutionizing the fitness industry with videos, books and audio recordings; her 1982 Jane Fonda’s Workout remains the top-grossing home video of all time.

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Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton’s multitude of accolades include a Kennedy Center Honor, eight Country Music Association Awards (including Female Vocalist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year), seven Grammy Awards, two Oscar nominations, three Golden Globe nominations, and being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Several of her awards honor the title song she wrote and recorded for the 9 to 5 soundtrack. Parton followed that hit film with starring roles in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982); Rhinestone (1984); Steel Magnolias (1989); and Straight Talk (1992). Most recently she starred in and executive produced Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love (2016) for NBC. Parton also released Pure & Simple, her seventh album to debut at No. 1, and The Complete Trio Collection, capping the popular series she shares with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris.

Parton has the distinction of writing the only song to have topped the charts three times: "I Will Always Love You." She has taken more than 20 songs to No. 1, has written two successful books plus a cookbook, and has also launched and runs the non-profit Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, which provides children in participating communities in 44 states with a book each month from birth until age five.

For more information, visit as well as @dollyparton on Instagram and her non-profit dollysimaginationlibrary on Facebook.

Lily Tomlin, 2016 SAG Life Achievement Award Recipient

Lily Tomlin – whose talents put her at the pinnacle of comedy, acting, writing and producing – has been named the 53rd recipient of SAG-AFTRA's highest tribute: the Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment. The SAG Life Achievement Award is the latest in Tomlin's extraordinary collection of preeminent industry and public honors, which includes a 2014 Kennedy Center Award, the 2003 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, two Peabody Awards, multiple Emmys® (including this year's Lead Comedy Actress nomination), numerous American Comedy Awards, two Tony® Awards, a Grammy®, a Writers Guild of America Award, this year’s SAG Awards nomination, and both the Crystal Award and the Lucy Award from Women in Film. That Tomlin embodies the SAG Life Achievement Award’s "finest ideals of the acting profession" is amply celebrated by these and her numerous other professional and philanthropic commendations.

Tomlin has been a cherished star in the entertainment firmament since she joined the groundbreaking television series Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In in 1969, when it was rated the No. 1 show and watched by over 25 percent of all American television viewers. She and the colony of characters she created have continued to evolve, grow, deepen and adapt to this day, as Tomlin expresses her talents in nearly all forms of media.

Tomlin can currently be seen starring opposite fellow executive producer Jane Fonda in Grace and Frankie, in which two mismatched women become friends as they reinvent themselves after their husbands decide to marry each other.

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About the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®

The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® presented by SAG-AFTRA with Screen Actors Guild Awards, LLC will be produced by Avalon Harbor Entertainment, Inc. and will be simulcast live on TNT and TBS on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017 at 8 p.m. (ET) / 5 p.m. (PT). TBS and TNT subscribers can also watch the SAG Awards live through the networks' websites and mobile apps. In addition, TNT will present a primetime encore of the ceremony immediately following the live presentation.

One of the awards season’s premier events, the SAG Awards® annually celebrates the outstanding motion pictures and television performances from the previous calendar year. Of the top industry honors presented to actors, only the SAG Awards are selected entirely performers’ peers in SAG-AFTRA, which this year number 121,546. The SAG Awards was the first televised awards show to acknowledge the work of union members and the first to present awards to motion picture casts and television ensembles. For more information about the SAG Awards®, SAG-AFTRA, TNT and TBS, visit

Tuesday, September 13, 2016


Bette Midler

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) today announced the second year of Trailblazing Women, a multi-year initiative in partnership with Women in Film Los Angeles (WIF) to raise awareness about the historical contributions of women in the film industry. This year’s programming event will feature acclaimed actresses Bette Midler, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno and Dana Delany as co-hosts examining the remarkable impact of actresses on the movie industry. Hosted by actress, producer and director Illeana Douglas, Trailblazing Women premieres Oct. 4 and airs every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the October.

The theme of the 2016 programming slate -Trailblazing Women: Actresses Who Made a Difference - highlights actresses during the early days of cinema through modern times with more than 40 films being shown. Joining Douglas as co-hosts will be:

Bette Midler – the Grammy® and Emmy® winning actress will examine Controlling Their Own Destiny, discussing actresses who made strides to mange their own careers in the midst of the Studio System including Marilyn Monroe (The Prince and the Showgirl, 1957), Mae West (She Done Him Wrong, 1933), Katharine Hepburn (The Philadelphia Story, 1940) and Olivia de Havilland (Devotion, 1946), whose successful lawsuit against Warner Bros. ended the seven-year contract system.

Jane Fonda – the two-time Academy Award® winner will discuss Activism and actresses who became passionate advocates for a variety of causes, including Fonda’s own work as well Barbra Streisand (The Way We Were, 1973), an active philanthropist in political and social causes with her Streisand Foundation; Myrna Loy (The Thin Man, 1934), who served in the Red Cross during World War II; and Susan Sarandon (Joe, 1970), a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.

Rita Moreno – one of the few actors to have ever achieved the “EGOT” (winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award), Moreno will share her insights on Breaking Barriers, including Anna May Wong (Piccadilly, 1929), considered to be Hollywood’s first Chinese-American movie star; Hattie McDaniel who became the first African-American to win an Academy Award for her performance in Gone With the Wind (1939); and Dorothy Dandridge (Bright Road, 1953) who was the first African American woman to be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar.

Dana Delany - the actress and philanthropist will explore the Philanthropic work of actresses from Audrey Hepburn’s (Wait Until Dark, 1957) work with UNICEF to Elizabeth Taylor’s (Giant, 1956) AIDS Foundation, to Doris Day’s (Please Don’t Eat the Daisies, 1960) Animal Foundation and Debbie Reynolds’ (The Tender Trap, 1955) work as president of The Thalians.

Jane Alexander – the actress and former chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts will explore Politics and Government Service, looking at actresses who had secondary careers away from the silver screen, including Shirley Temple Black (Bright Eyes, 1934), best remembered for her work as a child star who then began serving as a US Diplomat in the 1960s and eventually becoming the US Ambassador to Ghana; Glenda Jackson (Women in Love, 1969), who won two Best Actress Oscars and also served as a Member of Parliament in the British House of Commons; and Gina Lollobrigida (Hotel Pardiso, 1966) who became a a UN goodwill ambassador.

Lee Grant – the actress will explore Fighting the Blacklist including discussing her own story and introducing her performance in Shampoo (1975) along with examining the careers of Gale Sondergaard (The Letter, 1940), Marsha Hunt (Raw Deal, 1948), Dorothy Comingore (Citizen Kane, 1941) and Rosaura Revueltas (Salt of the Earth, 1954).

Dr. Emily Carman - an assistant professor of film studies at Chapman University, Carman will focus on the Wartime Contributions of several actresses during World War II, including Bette Davis (Hollywood Canteen, 1944) and Marlene Dietrich’s (A Foreign Affair, 1948) efforts to sell war bonds; and Hedy Lamarr (The Conspirators, 1944) who not only sold war bonds but developed a Spread Spectrum Radio technology to help with Allied communication.

Cari Beauchamp – the award-winning author and film documentarian will look at The Business of Film and Television and those actresses whose careers existed as much behind the camera as in front of it including Mary Pickford (Little Annie Rooney, 1925), Dorothy Davenport Reid (Mothers of Men, 1917), and Mary Tyler Moore (Ordinary People, 1980).

“Coming off the last year’s successful Trailblazing Women programming event highlighting the work of female directors, we are excited to continue to showcase the incredible influence of women in our industry,” said Jennifer Dorian, general manager of TCM. “We’re thrilled to offer fans this comprehensive programming event featuring some of the great icons of our time as they explore the formidable effect actresses have had in movie history.”

“This years Trailblazing Women initiative allows us to feature a variety of actresses and showcase their work both on screen and off, driving home the incredible impact these actresses had throughout history and how they paved the way for the future of the industry and culture,” said Charles Tabesh, senior vice president of programming for TCM.

“We are proud to once again join TCM on this series, not only to celebrate the historic achievements of these great actresses and trailblazers, but also to emphasize the need for gender parity in front of the camera in contemporary cinema, said Kirsten Schaffer, WIF executive director. “These programs make it clear that there has been and continues to be a wealth of talent available. In 2015, 32 percent of leads or co-leads in the top 100 films were women, we’d like to see that number get to 50 percent.”

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Friday, November 20, 2015


Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda visited The Late Show With Stephen Colbert yesterday in New York City. This superstar looked great, even in the pouring rain.

Monday, June 29, 2015



Story By: G. H. HARDING
Jane Fonda

SQUIRE PASSES --- We’ve lost so many music greats this year, but over the weekend we lost a true, true music giant; bassist-extraordinaire Chris Squrie, co- founder of Yes, at 67 from a rare form of leukemia.

Current Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes first tweeted the news, "Utterly devastated beyond words to have to report the sad news of the passing of my dear friend, bandmate and inspiration Chris Squire."

Yes confirmed Squire's death on their official Facebook page. "It's with the heaviest of hearts and unbearable sadness that we must inform you of the passing of our dear friend and Yes co-founder, Chris Squire. Chris peacefully passed away last night in Phoenix Arizona, in the arms of his loving wife Scotty,” wrote the band.

"For the entirety of Yes' existence, Chris was the band's linchpin and, in so many ways, the glue that held it together over all these years. Because of his phenomenal bass-playing prowess, Chris influenced countless bassists around the world, including many of today’s well-known artists. Chris was also a fantastic songwriter, having written and co-written much of Yes' most endearing music, as well as his solo album, Fish Out of Water."

Yes formed in 1968 after singer Jon Anderson met self-taught bassist Squire at a London music-industry bar; the pair was soon joined by guitarist Peter Banks, keyboardist Tony Kaye, and drummer Bill Bruford. Yes released their self-titled debut in 1969. However, it wasn’t until Steve Howe and Rick Wakeman replaced Banks and Kaye, respectively, that the prog rock group really hit it big with 1971's The Yes Album and Fragile.

Over the ensuing decades, Yes would see a parade of band members depart, enter and reenter, but Squire was the lone constant in the shape-shifting band, serving as their bassist for nearly 50 years. He is also credited as a co-writer on many of Yes' greatest cuts, including "I've Seen All Good People," "Starship Trooper," "Owner of a Lonely Heart," "Yours Is No Disgrace" and "Heart of the Sunrise."

In addition to his work with Yes, Squire was involved in other side and solo projects. His 1975 solo LP Fish Out of Water is revered among prog fans.

In May, Squire revealed that he was recently diagnosed with acute erythroid leukemia, which would force him to miss the band's summer co-headlining tour with Toto. The absence marked the first time in the band's history that Yes performed without their longtime bassist.

"This will be the first time since the band formed in 1968 that Yes will have performed live without me," Squire said in a statement. "But the other guys and myself have agreed that Billy Sherwood will do an excellent job of covering my parts and the show as a whole will deliver the same Yes experience that our fans have come to expect over the years."

We recently viewed again their Songs From Tsongas - The 35th Anniversary Concert and Squire’s bass work throughout the show was outstanding; in fact, it was the highlight of the concert, especially his compelling solo on his song “The Fish.”

A major, major loss.

Grace & Frankie --- I finally had the chance to sit down and watch, well, at least the first five of thirteen episodes of the Jane Fonda/Lily Tomlin Netflix show Grace and Frankie, and really enjoyed it.

It’s been widely written about already, so you may well know the plot already. It’s about two couples, Fonda and Martin Sheen, Lily Tomlin and Sam Waterson, whose husbands decide to leave them both and hook up … with each other. It’s not the newest narrative in the world, but the combined talents are fierce and highly compelling.

Fonda continues her cable-net hot streak first started with her wonderful work in the Newsroom and Tomlin, well, she’s terrific, certainly equaling Fonda’s caliber here. Sheen and Waterson, besides making an interesting and believable couple, are terrific too. Who knew?

The show, from Friends-creator Marta Kauffman, is cute, almost too cute in some ways, but works for certain. The shows I saw dealt with the usual issues in a plot like this; where will we live; what do we do when the credit cards are cut off. Surprisingly, the tone of the show is somewhat similar to the new Odd Couple, with Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon. Actually, with Kauffman involved, you can see the road signs.

With a particularly strong supporting cast; Brooklyn Decker and June Diane Raphael as Fonda’s daughters, the short, as half-hour sitcom, works terrifically well.

Did I like it … most certainly. It’s already been set for a Season Two.

CLOSING NOTES --- Gloria Reuben’s solo show Friday night at L.A.’s Saghettini was a big success, according to All Access’ Roy Trakin. "She was great; the band impressive and she gave me a head-rub when she did her Roger Rabbit number.” She’ll be back on the East Coast shortly. Catch her in USA Network’s Mr. Robot …

You have to hand it to The Stones; on their current Zip Code tour they’ve featured a special guest appearance or a deep dip into their legendary catalog at nearly every stop, and at the band's concert Saturday night at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium they continued that trend by having none other than Ed Sheeran, who served as their opening act for the show, later joined the band onstage to duet with Mick Jagger on "Beast of Burden” …

Monday, July 15, 2013



 By: G. H. Harding

 Jane Fonda

Sam Waterston
NEWSROOM  --- Aaron Sorkin’s much heralded The Newsroom (on HBO) began its sophomore season last night with somewhat mixed results. Borrowing a device from his Social Network movie, the first images are of several cast members recalling an earlier event. In plain English, that means he’s setting us up for a rather surreal (I bet) flash back; with each cast member revealing what happened in their own way. A bit tricky, but a great way to reveal the same event in several ways. Producer Maggie (Alison Pill) first look is with a rather, severe, somewhat twisted-pink haircut; a far cry from her rather demure look last season … certainly to be told is the reveal. Either you're a fan of Sorkin’s Democratic-prose, or you're not. I am and even thought this first episode had moments that dragged a bit … I loved it.

A special appearance by Jane Fonda, as the head-doyenne at the fictional AWM News (Leona Lansing), ratcheted the action into first gear. Jeff Daniels (Will McAvoy) is great; and, in many ways, the best thing he’s ever done. Sam Waterston is superb as well. Yes, he does register a rather Jack McCoy-ish vibe, but, he’s sensational. 

Sorkin’s writing is reflective and dramatic; at times a bit irritating, but somehow it all works terrifically well. Emily Mortimer’s producer-MacKenzie McHale is superb too. 

Cory Monteith

Ryan Murphy
CORY MONTEITH --- The first season of Fox’s Glee was superlative. Besides introducing us to a host of terrific young, actors, the story line was terrific. A High School glee-club … who would have thunk it? Chief among the actors was Canadian-born Cory Monteith. As Finn, the football player (with a heart of gold) who could sing; he dealt with a literally mesmerizing array of problems and through it all, always won! Monteith, a somewhat trouble-kid, was astonishingly good and won over everyone. His death this past weekend is just plain tragic. And, at 31 no less. He was, amazingly adept at everything. A major, major loss. He was the heart and soul of the show and it'll be interesting to see where creator Ryan Murphy now takes us, RIP Cory.

CHRISTOPHER CROSS --- Christopher Cross’ impressive career started in 1981 with his self-titled album, which sold 20 million copies worldwide and was hailed by critics as a rock masterpiece. 3 tracks from that album “Ride Like The Wind,” “All Right” and “Sailing,” topped the charts and Cross himself won 3 Grammy Awards. Last year he released the critically acclaimed album Doctor Faith and recorded the brand new 2-CDDVD set A Night In Paris. The album was filmed (by 9 HD cameras) at the notorious Theatre Le Traianon in Paris; and, show was filled with his classics as well as well as his newer material.

The all-star band was terrific, especially Richie Gajate Gracia on percussion and keyboardist Kiki Ebsen. “Ride Like The Wind” was especially well received and his performance is terrific. If you're a fan; this is a must see project.

Megan Hilty

HILTY AT PLAY --- Her Smash may be a distant memory, but actress/Broadway star Megan Hilty stopped in at Chris Gilman’s Yerba Buena Perry over the weekend to announce a project in L. A. She leaves today.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012



Katie Couric And Jane Fonda

Today on Katie, the always outspoken Jane Fonda talks with Katie about men, sex, and why older women are the most dangerous! She’ll reveal the conversation she had with her plastic surgeon, what it was like to work with Oprah, plus: what brought the Academy Award-winning actress to tears.

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Jane Fonda Talks HBO's The Newsroom

KC: “I love you in the “Newsroom””

JF: “Oh yes!”

KC: “I love you in the “Newsroom”, Jane does a great job in Aaron Sorkin’s ___ series on HBO.”

JF: “Oh, it’s this new television show called the “Newsroom”, She loves it, it’s so good! Jeff Daniels, Sam Waterson, Emily Mortimer, Aaron Sorkin writes it and I play Rupert Murdoch that’s been marinated in a little Ted Turner for a while.”

KC: “Yeah, what— did you learn anything from your marriage to Ted that you’re…”

JF: “Well, what I’ve learned that helps me with this is to just not be intimidated. You know what I mean? I can own this character who’s not just in charge of a news thing, the news division, you know, it’s three percent of her bottom line. She owns things in China, Canada, all over the world. But, she’s huge!”

KC: “She’s a mogul.”

JF: “She’s a-- I am. I like playing a mogul.”

Sunday, December 09, 2012



Zoe Saldana And Bradley Cooper

Naomi Watts

Jim Carey With Jane Fonda

Bradley Cooper, Diane Keaton, Zoe Saldana, Robert De Niro, Naomi Watts, Christian Slater, Thomas Jane, Dermot Mulroney, and Josh Brolin were among the celebrities who gathered at the Weinstein Company’s “Silver Linings Playbook” special event with Lexus and Purity Vodka at the Chateau Marmont . Robert De Niro was enjoying a Purity Silver Lining Martini with Nancy Myers at the intimate candle-lit dinner party. He also spent part of the night with Mel Gibson and Jane Fonda. Josh Brolin enjoyed a Purity Malmo Mule Martini and made the rounds and Zoe Saldana was chatting away with Bradley and other guests. Diane Keaton entered the entry bar room a bit puzzled - when asked if she was looking for someone she responded, "No, I'm looking for a drink." Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart were also at the event, looking happy and enjoying the evening. 

Photos Courtesy Of: Getty Images For Weinstein

Tuesday, August 16, 2011


Super Stunning Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda signed her book "Prime Time: Love, Health, Sex, Fitness, Friendship, Spirit" at the Barnes & Noble at The Grove in Los Angeles, California.

Photos By: RD/Jackson/ Retna Digital

Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Soleil Moon Frye

Maria Shriver

Sally Field

Arnold Schwarzenegger With Maria Shriver

Peter Gallagher

Jane Fonda

Leeza Gibbons

Leeza Gibbons along with Peter Gallagher, Soleil Moon Frye, Jane Fonda and many more stars attended the Maria Shriver's March on Alzheimer's at the Rainbow Lagoon in Long Beach, California.

Photos By: RD / Orchon / Retna Digital

Tuesday, December 15, 2009


Jane Fonda

Hollywood legend Jane Fonda's boyfriend is canning gossip reports that they are planning to wed this Christmas and is insisting it is "too soon" for them to marry. Jane has been dating music producer Richard Perry since the summer and they were recently rumored to have announced their engagement at a dinner party in California. He tells British magazine Hello!, "She (Fonda) thinks it's a bit too soon (to marry), and no doubt, she's right, although I said from the beginning we should make our relationship a priority." But Perry is convinced Fonda might be planning their nuptials in secret, adding: "Sometimes the thought pops into my head that Jane will organize a wedding as a wonderful surprise for me."
Photo By: Walter BcBride/Retna

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda loves her old age. The star says sex is better now that she's hit her seventies. The Hollywood legend has undergone a series of surgeries recently and now brags about an artificial knee and a titanium hip. The actress feels as though she is rebuilding her body from the inside out and it's giving her a new lease of life. She tells the German newspaper Bild, "I owe 30 percent (of my good looks) to genes, 30 percent to good sex, 30 percent because of sports and healthy lifestyle and for the remaining 10 per cent, I have to thank my plastic surgeon. I'm 71, but I'm happier, the sex is better and I understand life better. I don't want to be young again." The movie icon still has a another goal to achieve. She is planning a mountain climb once she is fully fit again. She adds, "I just had surgery on my back, I also have a new knee and a hip made of titanium. I'm slowly falling apart and feel like a walking spare parts depot. I had to have it all repaired because I want to climb the Himalayas. And at 8,000 feet, my body has to run smoothly."
Photo By: Walter McBride/Retna

Monday, August 17, 2009


Jane Fonda

Hollywood icon Jane Fonda is planning to make her latest lover her next husband, according to media gossip. This will be the forth for the award winning actress. The 71-year-old star recently revealed that she found love with 67-year-old record producer Richard Perry, and friends are saying she wants to tie the knot once again. Fonda’s spokeswomen denies a wedding is being planned, but hints a 2010 nuptials is a possibility, telling the New York Daily News, "They’re not making any plans for the future until the end of the year, when they can see everything that’s going on in their lives." Fonda was previously married to CNN tycoon Ted Turner, Tom Hayden and Roger Vadim. Stay Tuned !
Photo By: Sara De Boer/Retna

Friday, May 22, 2009


Zach Grenier And Jane Fonda

Colin Hanks

Bridget Fonda

Edgar Bronfman Jr.

Edgar Bronfman Jr. along with Jane Fonda and Colin Hanks were photographed at the Closing Night performance and Curtain Call for " 33 VARIATIONS " at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre in New York City.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Jane Fonda Caricature

Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda joins the Sardi's Wall Of Fame as her caricature is unveiled at Sardi's Restaurant in New York City yesterday. The actress looks great and shows no sign of slowing down in her fantastic career.

Thursday, March 19, 2009


Natasha Richardson

Lindsay Lohan and legend Jane Fonda are leading the tributes for Natasha Richardson, who died after suffering very serious head injuries in a skiing accident. The Hollywood star died from a "blunt impact to the head" following the incident, New York City's medical examiner has ruled. Richardson, who was married to actor Liam Neeson, was taken to hospital in Montreal, Canada after the incident on the slopes of Mont Tremblant on Monday. Neeson rushed to her bedside at the Hopital du Sacre-Coeur de Montreal as doctors battled to save her. On Tuesday, he flew her to Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, where the stars mother, Vanessa Redgrave, and close friends and family joined him. She was removed from life support yesterday morning and died hours later. Now, Lohan, who played Richardson's daughter in the 1998 remake "The Parent Trap," has revealed her fond memories of Richardson. She says, "She was a wonderful woman and actress and treated me like I was her own. "I didn't see much of her over the years but I will miss her. My heart goes out to her family. This is a tragic loss." Hollywood veteran Jane Fonda, who first met Richardson when her "Julia" co-star Redgrave brought her on to the set of the 1977 movie, regrets she couldn't visit the actress because she was busy with performances of her Broadway play "33 Variations."She says, "I first met her on the set of 'Julia.' She was a little girl but already beautiful and graceful. It didn't surprise me that she became such a talented actor. "I wanted to go to the Lenox Hill Hospital where I was told she had been taken to see if there was anything I could do for Vanessa (Redgrave), any comfort I could bring, but today was a two-show day and as the curtain went up tonight I heard the tragic news. It is hard to even imagine what it must be like for her family. My heart is heavy."
Photos By: Walter McBride/Retna

Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Samantha Mathis

Colin Hanks With Girlfriend

Jane Fonda And Moises Kaufman At Opening Party

Dolly Parton And Jane Fonda Backstage

Hollywood icon Jane Fonda's return to Broadway has divided New York City's theatre critics, who have described her performance as a terminally ill academic in 33 VARIATIONS as both "elegant" and "strained". The famed actress, at age 71, took to the stage for the first time in 46 years last night, to star alongside Samantha Mathis and Colin Hanks in the Moises Kaufman play.Stars attending the show, included Renee Zellweger, Dolly Parton, Geoffrey Rush and Rosie O’Donnell, gave the actress a standing ovation, but the celebrity turnout wasn’t enough to fully win over the hard reviewers. A critic for the New York Times put aside what is branded as a "clunky" opening to applaud Fonda for her "elegantly restrained" performance, while a Washington Post writer added, "Fonda’s agelessness owes something to both the longevity of her fame and the intensity of her struggle against physical decline… On this occasion, she not only manages to transcend time, but also the material." But a reviewer for is more hesitant: "Her voice is occasionally strained, and she lacks the passion to make us care… Despite (co-star Zach) Grenier’s robust performance and solid work from Samantha Mathis, Colin Hanks, Don Amendolia, Susan Kellermann, and Erik Steele, these Variations are on themes that are all-too-familiar." Fonda made her Broadway debut in 1960 play There Was a Little Girl, earning her a Tony Award nomination for best featured actress, and her last stint came in 1963 drama Strange Interlude. We at Times Square Gossip think seeing a legend like Jane Fonda on Broadway, is worth the trip all in itself . 33 Variations is scheduled to run until May 24th.
Photos By: Walter McBride/Retna

Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Jane Fonda

Barbara Whitman With Marianne Mills, Moises Kaufman, Ruth Hendel And Eric Schnall

Marianne Mills And Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda and Marianne Mills ( Producer "13 VARIATIONS") at The New York Times presents Jane Fonda and Moises Kaufman moderated by reporter Patrick Healy at the Times Center in New York City.
Photos By: Walter McBride / Retna Ltd.

Tuesday, February 03, 2009


Jane Fonda And David Zeiger

Hollywood actress Jane Fonda and filmmaker David Zeiger attended a rare screening of a newly restored archival print of the classic Vietnam War-Era documentary 'FTA' at the IFC Center in New York City.
Photo By: RD/ Leon / Retna Digital

Friday, January 30, 2009


Samantha Mathis And Moises Kaufman

Colin Hanks

Jane Fonda

Hollywood legend Jane Fonda attended the "33 Variations" Meet & Greet cast photo call for the Broadway Production of the Moises Kaufman play in New York City. Tom Hanks talented son Colin was also there and looking good. Samantha Mathis And Moises Kaufman also were all smiles for the cameras.
Photos By: Walter McBride / Retna Ltd.