Watch Jane Fonda Shut Down Megyn Kelly's Plastic Surgery Question on Today

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So, that's why I like doing it again.

According to Netflix, the movie will be available to stream on Friday, September 29. Daily Variety confirms, "Netflix will be releasing Our Souls at Night to its global platform on September 29, mere weeks after its glittery Venice Film Festival premiere".

Jane Fonda had and still has the most comprehensive response to the host so far.

Fonda, after a long stare as Kelly asked her question, appeared incredulous: "We really want to talk about that now?" Jane said on a USA chat show earlier this year (17) that on their three previous movies "I was always in love with him".

Kelly tried to get Fonda to open up, repeating that the actor looks wonderful. "It's small enough of a town that when two unusual women are seen walking around at night, within five minutes, there was a patrol auto pulling alongside us-trying to find out what we were doing. I think she's got the eyes of the world upon her, and I think everybody can relate to, you know, how nerve-wracking that is, but I think she's awesome", she responded, defending her new coworker. "Just that two odd women had been walking around a lot looking at houses".

"Her toenails were painted a bluish gray".

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A reaction, perhaps, not so cool for a celebrity who has always said that the source of her youth is her active sexual life.

Aside from taking on the project simply to re-team with Redford, Fonda was deeply moved by the message in Haruf's book. After asking Redford when he felt that he was a "heartthrob" to much laughter and applause, Kelly turned her attention to Fonda.

What do you think of Fonda's outfit?

. "Even though you may be old, it's never too late to take a leap of faith and see what will happen-and to be courageous in life". "Human beings are supposed to be in relationships".

Fonda then steered the conversation into a discussion of her character, Addie, but it may be hard to remember the details of what she said after the preceding back-and-forth. "She just said, 'Enough already".

"I don't know about the lawyer thing, but I think that "Will & Grace" thing and the gay thing is going to work out great", the host added. Redford tells TODAY's Matt Lauer that working with Fonda was "easy" because they've made so many films together, such as "Barefoot in the Park", which he says was made in a more innocent time.

"I just would rib him about it and I realised, oh, I've changed".

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