Susan Sarandon looks hip in red newsboy cap as she catches up with long time friend Jessica Lange in NYC
NEW YORK CITY, NY: Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange were spotted out on a walk in New York City on Monday, February 20. The two actresses, who starred together in Ryan Murphy's 'Feud: Bette and Joan' looked stylish as they were photographed taking a stroll.
After enjoying a meal at Il Buco in SoHo, the actresses took a walk and chatted with Sarandon's niece and her friend. The nine-time Golden Globe winner, 76, wore a red newsboy cap that was nearly identical to the one she wore a week before when she had lunch with the 73-year-old 'American Horror Story' alum.
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Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange looking chic in NYC
Sarandon sported a red and black varsity jacket with pictures of 'The Simpsons' characters on it. Her longtime friend, Lange, decided to stay warm in a more formal ensemble that included a blue scarf and a tan double-breasted cropped trench.
Sarandon sported a pair of straight-leg denim trousers with a side stripe in a deeper shade. The 'Little Women' actress accessorized the ensemble with a pair of green Converse sneakers and a black leather crossbody bag.
Meanwhile, the 'Marlowe' actress accessorized with a pair of rose-colored sunglasses with gold frames and a black crossbody bag. Her blonde chin-length bob was styled in some natural-looking waves. The 'Tootsie' actress wore a pair of black pants and shoes to complete the rest of her look. Both the stars wore no makeup for the outing, accentuating their natural beauty.
Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange co-starred 'Feud: Bette and Joan'
In 2017, the Academy Award-winning actresses appeared together on screen in the FX limited series 'Feud: Bette and Joan' in which they took on the roles of famed actors Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as they were filming their classic 1962 movie 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?'. Sarandon and Lange discussed playing the two actresses during the Golden Age of Cinema. "Women are viewed as a commodity more so than male actors," Lange told PEOPLE at the time, adding, "At a certain age, women are no longer considered a viable or a valuable part of the community — even if that's when they may feel like they're at the top of their game. And that's not just in Hollywood."
Both Lange and Sarandon received acclaim for their performances in the series, getting identical Golden Globe nominations for best performance by an actress in a limited series or a motion picture made for television.