The actor additionally gave some tidbits on how the reboot differs from the unique 1980 movie.
Back in March, Dolly Parton, who appeared with Fonda within the authentic movie together with Lily Tomlin, confirmed that a reboot was on its approach.
Rashida Jones will pen the script with cowriter Patricia Resnick, who was a screenwriter on 1980 model, which tackled sexism and harassment within the office.
The star went into some element concerning the plot, saying that the corporate within the movie would nonetheless be referred to as Consolidated Companies, nevertheless, issues are so much worse within the office now.
“You work for the company, you were hired by the company [and] if you have problems you went to the company,” Fonda stated. “Today, a lot of the workforce is hired by an outside company and subcontracted back to Consolidated. So if there’s a problem, where do you do? Who do you complain to? Who do you fight with?”
She added: “Plus, with social media, the internet, the computer, all the things that we didn’t have then, you can be spied on very easily — everything you say, everything you do, everything you write, every email you send — so it’s much worse.”
She did, nevertheless, assume the #MeToo motion had allowed for some headway for staff.
“Although I do think sexual harassment will tend to drop because guys are scared,” Fonda added.