About a year and a half ago, Jodie Foster supporters began to worry when it seemed like their favourite was giving up. The star’s body became blurry and her face was covered in wrinkles and other ageing symptoms.
Foster’s capacity for time travel is a well kept secret. But one thing is for certain—on a casual stroll now, she looks more stunning and youthful than she did on the red carpet a few years ago.
While out with her son in New York City shopping, the actress was being videotaped by paparazzi. And Jodie, 58, can’t argue with the reality that certain artists, even when they’re only 30, seem older.
Foster once remarked, “I would like to age on film, like Katharine Hepburn.” “I like being old. I won’t go back to my 20s for any amount of money. This day and age are rife with anxiety and terror. And that is something that is not worth enduring.
Compared to women in their twenties, women in their fifties are unquestionably more intriguing. We are more assured since we have lived longer. It is no longer necessary to care about whether you are cool, to act as though you are crestfallen and in the know. Being who you are has a lot of benefits.