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The moment Hollywood royalty Jane Fonda confronted her past — and veterans furious about her apparent backing for the enemy during the Vietnam War — is the inspiration behind a new play heading to London.Fatal Attraction star Anne Archer plays Fonda in the production, which is inspired by a meeting between the actress and American soldiers disgusted by her 1972 visit to Hanoi, then the capital of North Vietnam.She said: “I think a lot of people went into that meeting with quite fixed ideas about each other and came out quite surprised by what they had heard.” Archer, whose husband interviewed Fonda, 78, and veterans of both the war and the anti-war movement, said she had met the actress only a few times.It was a terrific performance from the then unknown 40-year-old Anne Archer – vital to the film, and earning her Bafta, Oscar and Golden Globe nominations – and it established her for a while as Hollywood's favourite glamorous-but-put-upon wife. Katie Holmes filed for divorce from Tom Cruise after 5 1/2 years of marriage.Best-selling biographer Andrew Morton, author of “Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography” (St.Jo Anna Garcia and was pleasantly pleased with the pilot — Garcia’s character Megan Smith is quirky, fun and full of surprises.I believe the show has heart and is worth a try for those who haven’t seen it yet.
When he and Kidman divorced, Cruise effectively gained custody of their adopted children, Connor and Isabella. Holmes, presumably with the advice of her lawyer father, Martin Holmes, is playing hardball.
Celebrating the big birthday in 1987, she was cast as Michael Douglas' wife Beth Gallagher in thriller Fatal Attraction, the movie which penned the term 'bunny boiler' after Archer's terrifying discovery on her stove courtesy of Glenn Close's obsessed mistress Alex Forrest.
She went on to enjoy a decade of top roles in films such as Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger and won rave reviews for her turn as Mrs Robinson in the West End production of The Graduate in 2001.
She has already played Fonda in a brief run of the play at the Edinburgh Festival and said it has since been tightened up.
She said the story reminded her of the 1957 classic 12 Angry Men, in which one juror — played by Fonda’s father — persuades the other 11 of a man’s innocence as they are preparing to condemn him.
Fonda, daughter of Hollywood legend Henry and a huge star in her own right, was dubbed “Hanoi Jane” after she was photographed at an anti-aircraft battery with North Vietnamese soldiers.