Jennifer Lopez Reveals She Starred In "Hustlers" For Free

Brenda Watkins
November 20, 2019

Talking in GQ's Males of the 12 months concern, the place she's named Icon Of The 12 months, Lopez stated: "I didn't get paid a whole bunch of money for Hustlers". J-Lo's relationship with the brand dates back to 2002, following the music video for 'All I Have' featuring LL Cool J, where she carries about 10 signature Coach bags away from her lover in a snowstorm.

"She's from NY like Coach, which creates another authentic connection with our heritage, and I'm particularly excited about bringing Jennifer and Juergen Teller together". "I bank on myself", Lopez, who has a net worth of some $400 million, said.

The singer/actress stars in the movie as the "savage" performer, and also produced the flick, which was a box office smash over the summer and also featured Cardi B, Lizzo, Constance Wu, and Lili Reinhart.

In the film, Lopez plays Ramona, a veteran exotic dancer and single mum who masterminds a plan to scam her Wall Street-type clients for cash.

"It became a movement", she told the magazine. She did it for free and also produced it.

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While Lopez was not compensated up front for her film, it's likely she will profit from the financial success of the project via STX Entertainment, the studio that financed the drama. "Like Jenny from the Block, I do what I love". And that she could do it on her own. "Happy Birthday, Tashi! I love you so much!"

Jennifer went on to explain how the financial arrangement helped her to engage with her character's independent mindset.

And Jennifer is proud of the impact "Hustlers" - which was released in September - is having for women everywhere. She added, "This is our movie where we run sh*t". They know it truly is all women of all ages producers, woman director, female writer, all ladies starring in it.

"I've just been working hard for so long, for my whole life, so it's nice", she said, tearing up.

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