Jack of all trades
It's been more than 10 years since Jack Nicholson played Jimmy Hoffa, but this week in France, the Oscar-winner was behaving more like a labor leader than a movie star.
Nicholson showed his support for French workers Tuesday when the movie he is filming in Paris with Keanu Reeves and Diane Keaton was shut down by striking actors, technicians, costume designers and other stagehands.
Nicholson picked up a bullhorn to ask protesters what the problem was. Told that artists' rights were threatened, the actor voiced his support. In broken French, Nicholson proclaimed, "The struggle continues!"