In a beautiful group photo, Jane Fonda, 85, Lily Tomlin, 83, Rita Moreno, 91, and Sally Field, 76, all look great.

Last week, at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in California, the legendary actresses Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Rita Moreno, and Sally Field looked stunning in one last group photo.

Fonda, who is 85 years old, said she was in remission from her cancer and was able to stop chemo after six months of treatment. This event comes after she said that.

At the time, the actress wrote on Instagram, “My oncologist told me last week that my cancer is gone and I can stop chemotherapy.” I feel very lucky and blessed. Thank you to everyone who prayed for me and thought good things about me.

I’m sure that had something to do with the good news. I’m especially happy because my first four chemo treatments were easy and only made me tired for a few days. However, my last treatment was hard and lasted two weeks, which made it hard for me to do much,” she said.

The cast wore mostly black to the premiere, except for Moreno, who wore a trendy leopard print skirt with a red scarf tied with a brooch.

80 for Brady is a comedy about four best friends who go on a crazy road trip to see everyone’s favorite football player, Tom Brady, play in the Super Bowl in 2017. During the premiere, the actresses also talked about the movie. Fonda said that when he met Brady in person, he felt “weak” in the knees. Fonda told The Hollywood Reporter, “He was kind and humble, which is hard to believe given how good he is at what he does, but it’s true. He was also very nice and sweet.

“When he walked into my trailer, I felt weak in the knees. I’m impressed by your skill. If someone is the best in the world at what they do, you have to respect and honor them. I couldn’t believe it.” Tomlin agreed and said, “Well, it was cool.” He plays roles well. He is very humble and kind. I just look at his eyes and face and imagine him listening to me like an actor trying to respond in the same way. I felt like that [real] 80-year-old woman from Boston. When we had to give this speech together, I felt like he was my son.”