Sally Field, 76, oozes cool in biker jacket and Carolina Herrera skirt at Palm Springs Film Festival

Sally Field, 76, oozes cool in biker jacket and Carolina Herrera skirt at Palm Springs Film Festival
Sally Field attends the 34th Annual Palm Springs International Film Awards at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 05, 2023 in Palm Springs, California (Amy Sussman/Getty Images for Palm Springs International Film Society)

PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA: Sally Field went for a sporty yet classic look on Thursday, January 5, while attending the Palm Springs International Film Festival at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The academy award-winning actress wore a black leather biker jacket along with a black turtleneck.

To give color to her all-black look, she chose a pink silk taffeta ball skirt by Carolina Herrera. Sally Field, 76, kept her hair and makeup natural while adding a pair of big black glasses and a black bag for the event as she was joined by the 87-year-old actor Judd Hirsch, legendary director Steven Spielberg, 76, and actor Brian Tyree Henry, 40.

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(L-R) Sally Field and Steven Spielberg attend the 34th Annual Palm Springs International Film Awards at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 05, 2023 in Palm Springs, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images for Palm Springs International Film Society)
Sally Field and Steven Spielberg attend the 34th Annual Palm Springs International Film Awards at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 05, 2023 in Palm Springs, California (Amy Sussman/Getty Images for Palm Springs International Film Society)

Field reportedly went to the launch of the film festival before the screening of her upcoming film – ‘80 for Brady’ – “which will have its world premiere Jan. 6 as the opening-night film at the 34th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival,” The Hollywood Reporter reported. The comely flick also stars Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Rita Moreno.

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The synopsis says the film is “inspired by the true story of four best friends living life to the fullest when they take a wild trip to the 2017 Super Bowl LI to see their hero Tom Brady play.” It has been said that Brady himself appears in the movie along with NFL alums Danny Amendola, Rob Gronkowski, and Julian Edelman.

Sally Field attends the 2023 Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Night Gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 05, 2023 in Palm Springs, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Sally Field attends the 2023 Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Night Gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 05, 2023 in Palm Springs, California (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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The film is directed by Kyle Marvin, who spoke with The Hollywood Reporter recently about his experience working with veteran actresses. He said, “All of these women have defined American comedy the way I think it should be: character-forward, jokes in the back seat. That is how we wrote and angled the characters and how they performed it. Most of the effort and energy went into making sure their relationships felt whole and complete. I know the trailer is very jokey because that’s what trailers do, but hopefully the movie itself leans more on the character journey and the comedy is a bonus.”



 

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Marvin also shared that he “didn’t have to make a single allowance for age. They were all incredible dynamos. It was more about wrangling their energy and keeping it focused. Lily was always keeping me on my toes — she’s sharper than I will ever be. Jane’s a consummate professional, Sally is incredible, and Rita has more energy than the entire set combined.” He added that the movie is not about age. "It’s a film geared more toward a universal feeling of friendship, camaraderie, and family,” he said.

Meanwhile, one of the film’s songs has already created a lot of buzz as it’s sung by Dolly Parton, Gloria Estefan, Debbie Harry of Blondie, Cyndi Lauper, and Belinda Carlisle of the Go-Go’s. Diane Warren composed the song. She reportedly said in a statement, “Since 80 was in the title I got a crazy idea, why not get some of the most iconic singers from the 80s, who are still amazing and always will be, to all sing it?!!!!”

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