Jennifer Lopez Shows Off Black & White Looks for 'Hustlers' Promo in Miami

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 14, 2019

Several characters in the film are loosely based on real life figures, including Jennifer Lopez' Ramona and Constance Wu's Dorothy/Destiny.

The actress revealed her favorite move from the movie.

Who's walking her down the aisle is one of the only things Lopez has nailed down about the upcoming event.

ET previously spoke with Lopez back in July, shortly before she celebrated her milestone 50th birthday, and the singer said she'd definitely be down to perform, but that it all rests in the hands of the NFL. Fortunately, Jennifer recognizes that she's at a place in her career when she can say no. See more in the video below. Lopez replied with a "Yeah!" and further said that she wants her twins to learn from this relationship of hers and Alex that how love is meant to be. There are so many ways you can create a hustle off being a stripper.

"Hustlers" may be a big moment for the star but with the potential Super Bowl performance and her wedding with Major League Baseball superstar, Alex Rodriguez, the good times are just getting started. "Some people are trying to take advantage of women and there's a lot of money to be made but it's high stakes".

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"It's very hard. It's not easy at all". I follow where He leads me...

"I really didn't think twice... and then I don't remember much after that". What really intrigues, though, is the way that Scafaria paints Hustlers' world as a microcosm for a cash-crazy America. Hoda Kotb got a quick and the sweetest answer from her on asking whether she wants to have kids with Alex. The movie kicks off in 2007, before the effects of the recession were fully felt, and when things were still fun and business was still good.

"I was naive and foolish", Dr. Zyad Kivarkis Younan, a heart doctor from Holmdel, NJ, recalls to ABC News' "20/20" of getting slapped with a $135,000 bill from Manhattan's notorious Scores strip club - yet having no memory of ever going there.

Lopez's critically praised new film Hustlers opens in theaters September 13.

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