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Jennifer Lopez Shocks Fans After Revealing Salary For ‘Hustlers’ Movie



A Derivative Work: 2019 Governors Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, U.S., October 27, 2019 - Jennifer Lopez. Photo by REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Photo by REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Jennifer Lopez is not just loved by plenty, but she has also garnered a plethora of accolades for her work. However, the multi-talented woman had another feather added to her cap. What is it, you ask? Well, she was also named GQ “men of the year” with Tyler, the Creator, Robert De Nero, and Al Pacino.

You will see her on the cover of the December issue. But, along with that, she also spoke about a variety of topics, including her relationship with Alex Rodriguez and if money is something she craves.

One thing caught our eyes during her video interview for GQ. The 50-year-old revealed that she did “Hustlers” for free. According to Daily Mail, the actress said, “I didn’t get paid a whole bunch of money for Hustlers.”

She further added, “I did it for free and produced it. Like Jenny from the Block—I do what I love.” She also explained how the film was not solely loved by the audience as a medium of entertainment. The singer explains that it went on to become a movement to give patriarchy a taste of its own medicine.

Lopez said, “This is our movie, where we run s***. They know it’s all women producers, woman director, woman writer, all women starring in it. We’ve been watching men take advantage of women in movies for a long time, so it was a fun ride to see the tables turned.”

J.Lo looks incredible on the cover, as always. Her youthful face is highlighted minus any makeup, and lustrous locks fall on her face. But, you will also see the sensual side of the actress inside the pages of the magazine.

Jennifer was also asked by Jessica Pressler, who is New York magazine’s feature editor, if she and Alex make each other better, to which she answered, “I mean, we’re very similar. We’re really alike in our drive, in our ambition. He’s an athlete. He wanted to be the best. I’m the same way. I just want to be great at what I do. We’re both like that.”

She continued, “We’re both super-hard workers. Our passions drive us. And we have a tremendous amount of respect for each other.”

Aina is a writer by hobby and by profession. A graduate of Communication Arts, she creates mostly lifestyle, entertainment, opinion, and corporate pieces. She loves poetry, old music, and anything matcha. She takes a timeout from work by watching classic sitcoms and gangster movies, going to the beach, shopping, and just trying new things.




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