Jane Fonda had shown off her youthful figure ahead of her interview with Good Morning America at Times Square in New York City.
The 84-year-old actress, fashion model, and activist sported a bright floral blouse and buttoned white pants as she walked into the ABC News headquarters for a major interview.
Smiling and waving at the camera, the film icon looked as if she hasn’t aged a day in the last decade as she showed off her slim figure.
During her interview with GMA, the Barbarella star opened up about her new movie, Luck, a fantasy/comedy animation that revolves around the “unluckiest” person in the world.
Speaking of her definition of luck and inspiration for the movie, Fonda suggested that “luck is preparation meeting opportunity.”
“You know, opportunity can come along and there are people who don’t know – they can’t even see it, much less seize it and use it. In a way, you have to prepare yourself to take advantage of opportunity and turn it into luck,” she said as she suggested that there’s a link between being lucky and having the right mindset.
“I also believe, and this is kind of the theme of the movie, that it’s not a binary. It’s not all good luck and bad luck and the two never shall meet.”
She continued: “They’re the same. It’s like silence makes no sense without noise, life makes no sense without death – well, good luck makes no sense without bad luck.”
Jane’s newest project comes just months after her ‘Grace And Frankie’ Netflix series came to an end.
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