07:02 AM EDT 04/17/2014
Originally posted 04/11/2014 07:00AM
Jane Fonda doesn't consider herself beautiful.
"Am I surprised by how good I look at 75? Yes, I appreciate the compliment, I'm honored to be called beautiful. I don't consider myself beautiful," she says on the set of her PEOPLE Most Beautiful photo shoot. "But when I was on the outside of oldness, looking in, I didn't expect that people would think I was beautiful at 75."
Originally posted 03/30/2014 01:10PM
Pharrell Williams and Jane Fonda may seem like improbable BFFs, but the pair hit it off at an event in Los Angeles on Saturday, laughing and talking like they had known each other for years.
Originally posted 03/20/2014 10:00AM
Go behind the scenes of our intimate portrait session with the Hollywood icon
Originally posted 03/20/2014 10:00AM
Your behind-the-scenes look at PEOPLE's exclusive photo shoot with the legendary actress and fitness guru
Originally posted 03/19/2014 02:15PM
What a way to make a livin', indeed.
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are reuniting in a new Netflix series, 34 years after starring together in the 1980 classic comedy 9 to 5, according to The Wrap.
The legendary actresses will star in Grace and Frankie, a half-hour comedy about two women who end up facing their later years together after their husbands decide to marry one another.
Netflix has already ordered 13 episodes of the series, which has a strong pedigree: The show was created by Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman and Sullivan & Son writer-producer Howard J. Morris, The Wrap reports.
Originally posted 03/07/2014 04:30PM
After working with adolescents for more than 30 years, starting with a camp she founded and then working on behalf of various youth social causes, Jane Fonda considers herself a "lay expert" when it comes to teens and their questions about sexuality.
Originally posted 08/16/2013 02:00PM
Lee Daniels' The Butler enters the Oscar conversation early, but PEOPLE's critics say the tech-heavy JOBS and Paranoia feel like outdated programs.
Here's what to see and what to skip this weekend:
Originally posted 04/07/2013 02:10PM
Jane Fonda is one fearless woman.
Following a breast cancer diagnosis in 2010, Fonda, now 75, reassessed her outlook on life, and came to realize she didn't feel any different than she did before the scare.
"[It] was a good test, because I always said I'm not afraid of dying," the double Oscar winner Klute, Coming Home says on Oprah's Next Chapter airing Sunday at 9 p.m. on OWN. "And I wasn't. I mean, I felt, god, I've just joined a family of millions of women who have gone through this. And how interesting. What a journey this is going to be."
Originally posted 08/27/2012 11:15AM
Heroic World War II general and president of Columbia University – and one of the best-liked American presidents – Dwight D. Eisenhower wasn't particularly known for his sense of humor, but that may change now that he is being played by Robin Williams.
As seen in this photo, Williams, 61, is made up to play Eisenhower during his White House years. Ike was 62 when first sworn in, and 71 when he handed over the reins to the 43-year-old JFK in 1961.
And the role is for The Butler, an adaptation of a Washington Post article about the real-life Eugene Allen, a White House domestic-staff member who served under eight First Families. Forest Whitaker plays Allen and Oprah Winfrey will play his wife.
Originally posted 04/20/2012 10:50AM
Some of the biggest names in music are honoring one of the biggest legends.
After Levon Helm, the drummer for The Band, died Thursday at 71, Sheryl Crow took to Twitter to express her condolences.
"My heart [is] heavy with sad news of Levon Helm's passing," she wrote. "My thoughts and prayers are with Levon's family."
Also Tweeting about the late Helm, who had cancer: Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice coach Adam Levine.
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