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Jane Fonda, 85, has no plans on retiring with three new films set to drop after cancer diagnosis

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 Jane Fonda has no intention of retiring at 85-years of age and just a few months removed from grueling chemotherapy treatments following a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a blood cancer.In fact, the legendary actress plans on maintaining the busy schedule that she's been on since her late-career renaissance, along with her activism that's been focused on climate change in recent years, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.Now happy and content to be a single woman, the New York City native stars in three new films that will be all dropping over the course of about four months, which is something the longtime leading lady said she didn't due while in the heyday of her career.'Even at the height of my career — whenever that was, I guess in the ’70s — I never had three movies in one year,' Fonda confessed in a new interview with THR. 'So I feel pretty lucky.'First up for Fonda is her role as Trish in the sports comedy film, 80 For Brady, alongside fellow Hollywood icons and friends Lily Tomlin, Sally Field and Rita Moreno.

Going strong: Jane Fonda, now 85, revealed that she has no intention of retiring anytime soon, due in part, because she believes being active as a high-profile actress will help draw attention to the causes she cars about, including climate changeThe ladies star as four senior women, and longtime New England Patriots fans, who travel to Houston to watch their hero, Tom Brady, who also happens to be a producer, play in Super Bowl LI (2017).

80 For Brady is slated to hit theaters on February 3, which in the end comes two days after Brady officially announced his retirement from the NFL after 23 seasons at the age of 45.

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