Jane Fonda keen for Barbarella return
Tue, 01 Feb 2011 3:18p.m.
Oscar winner Jane Fonda is keen to revive her sci-fi movie character Barbarella for a sequel to the cult 1968 film.
The 73-year-old even has an idea for the storyline.
She tells the Los Angeles Times, "I have a dream to do a sequel to Barbarella. Not a remake, a sequel! Look, I get shtupped (has sex) by a blind angel, OK? Let's just take it from there... I think it could be funny - and feminist."
The original film was directed by Fonda's then-husband, Roger Vadim, and was called the "kinkiest film of the year" by Penthouse magazine.
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