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Saturday, October 17, 2020

Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez endorse Joe Biden

 

The couple had a virtual chat with the former vice president and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, where they voiced their support for the Democratic nominee.


Jennifer Lopez, 51, and Rodriguez, 45, also discussed their concerns about the economy, the coronavirus pandemic, racism, and the importance of the Latino community voting.


"We're thrilled and we're excited to vote. I think our voice has never been more important," Rodriguez said in the video posted to Biden’s social media on Friday. "We want to come together as a team to defeat Covid and to rebuild this U.S. economy that needs us all so much."

Friday, August 16, 2019

Jennifer Lopez And Eva Longoria Team Up To Support The Latino Community


Jennifer Lopez and Eva Longoria are among those that have signed a letter to support the Latino community in light of recent attacks. The letter, which currently has over 200 signatures from a wide variety of actors, musicians, artists and activists was published in newspapers including the New York Times.

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Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Why Wasn't Jennifer Lopez At The VMAs


If the VMAs were showing respect and love to Latino music, then I don't understand why Jennifer Lopez was not there to either make a appearance or perform the song Selena.

Instead, Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello was the chosen artist to replace JLo this year. 'Señorita' has taken the place of "Selena" as the latin community lead song.

Jennifer Lopez brought the house down in 2018s VMAs. Recently: Jennifer Lopez And Eva Longoria Team Up To Support The Latino Community.


Sunday, September 15, 2019

Jennifer Lopez Debuts at $33.2 Million in Hustlers Movie


The new movie is now playing and Hustlers has danced its way to a massive second-place opening weekend. The STXfilms release exceeded expectations to open to an estimated $33.2 million across 3,250 theaters.

Hustlers, which is based on a New York Magazine article follows a band of former strippers, led by Lopez’s Ramona, who come together to turn the tables on their Wall Street Clients. In addition to Lopez and Wu’s buzzy leading roles, the film also stars Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer, Lili Reinhart, and features memorable appearances from Cardi B, Lizzo, and Usher.

STX reports that the opening weekend audience was 67 percent female and 69 percent of the film’s audience was over the age of 25.

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The film, budgeted at just $20 million, became the rare recent hit that was neither a sequel nor a reboot nor part of a series. It was also the biggest opening ever for a live-action Lopez film, and had numbers comparable to co-star Constance Wu's hit "Crazy Rich Asians," whose long-term box office success could be a model for "Hustlers."

"This is exactly the kind of movie that every studio dreams of producing, because it's going to be profitable, prestigious and a long-term performer," said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for Comscore. "A lot of original type movies that are non-franchise non-sequels, many of them have had a rough go this year. This is a nice counter-balance to that."

Based on a New York magazine piece, "Hustlers," written and directed by Lorene Scafaria, tells the true story of a group of New York City strippers who, put out by the recession's effects on their Wall Street patrons, start a side con that involves drugging their wealthy marks and running up exorbitant credit card bills that they get a cut of.

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