Fifty years since playing newlyweds in the film "Barefoot in the Park," Jane Fonda and Robert Redford are reunited in Netflix feature as a couple unexpectedly finding love late in life.
On Ellen, Jane Fonda described working with Robert Redford the way she would her high school crush. Fonda has made four movies with Redford, and it seemed her fondness for him may have gotten in the way during filming.
There’s nothing more precious than life — except, that is, if you live in the world of The Discovery, the new thriller from director Charlie McDowell (The One I Love). Here, humanity has established scientific proof of an afterlife, and is slowly torn apart by an increasing desire to “cross over” via suicide. The all-star film will have its world premiere at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival before debuting exclusively on Netflix; ahead of those bows, we now have its sterling first trailer (watch it above).
Movie actors among 21 people to be recognized with nation's highest civilian honor by President Barack Obama at the White House on Tuesday
The 79-year-old known for his All-American good looks, everyman appeal, and smart, authoritative characters has been a constant force in American film from the ‘70s (The Sting, All the President’s Men) to the '80s (The Natural, Out of Africa) up through the '90s (Sneakers, Indecent Proposal) and beyond, even as he’s gotten choosier with roles and devotes much of his time overseeing the world’s preeminent showcase for independent cinema, the Sundance Film Festival. In our latest episode of Role Recall, which you can watch above, Redford reminisces about five of his most memorable parts, including how traded places with Butch Cassidy co-star Paul Newman, hid a skiing injury on the set of The Sting, and risked infuriating fans of the novel The Natural for the sake of a happy ending. It’s hard to imagine, given how similar their screen legacies feel now, but Paul Newman was a much bigger star than Redford when the pair teamed up for this Oscar-winning Western, having starred in classics like Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Hustler, and Cool Hand Luke.