Famke Janssen On Facing Critics With Her Directorial Debut ‘Bringing Up Bobby’

Famke Janssen is most well-known for her roles as a femme fatale in Peirce Brosnan’s first movie as 007, “GoldenEye,” as Jean Grey in the “X-Men” movies, and as Liam Neeson’s wife in “Taken,” but most recently, she’s turned her sights toward writing and directing, something she’s been passionate about for 15 years.


Her first film, “Bringing Up Bobby,” which stars Milla Jovovich, Bill Pullman, and Marcia Cross, opens in limited release tomorrow, and Janssen spoke with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz about the pressures that come with finally revealing her personal work to the public.

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