Jane Fonda and Robert Redford may have acted in four movies together, but she wasn’t always the nicest co-star.
The “Grace and Frankie” graduate shadyly said “She didn’t like kissing” at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival (via Deadline) on Friday, apparently referring to PDA-filled scenes of on-screen lovers.
“I never said anything [to him about it]And he’s always in a bad mood and I always thought it was my fault.
Redford played the lead role of Fonda in films such as “Bare Feet in the Park” (1967) and “Electric Horseman” (1979).
“He’s a very good person,” she added. “He just has a problem with women.”
The 85-year-old Oscar-winning actress admitted she once “had a crush” on the 86-year-old actor of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” despite her obvious “problem” she didn’t elaborate on. humor.
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Fonda most recently worked with Redford on 2017’s “Our Souls at Night,” during which she realized that while Redford remained the same, she had changed a lot.
“What was I, about 80 years old or something? And I finally realized that I was growing up,” he said.
“When he came to the set three hours late in a bad mood, I knew it wasn’t my fault.”
However, the “Beech Monster” star said, “We always had a good time.”
Fonda’s recent comments contradict her confessions about filming sex scenes with Redford in 2017.
“I live for the sex scenes with him,” she shared at the time. “She doesn’t like sex scenes, [but] It’s a great kiss.”
Redford also said that his friendship with Fonda was “always easy” because of their “love” for each other.
“There’s love out there, there’s a connection there,” she said in the same 2017 interview. “It has to do with what your attitude towards work is and what your attitude towards life is.”