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Jennifer Lopez Looks Fit in the Trailer for 'Hustlers' That She Has Also Co-Produced

Bettina Dizon
Jul 17, 2019
11:04 P.M.
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Jennifer Lopez looks hot at 49 as she shows off her impressive pole dancing wearing a skimpy outfit in the recently released trailer of her movie, “Hustlers,” which she also co-produced. Not only is Jennifer Lopez an incredible singer, dancer, actress, and producer, but also a mother with a great physique at the age of 49. There is no stopping her from flaunting her assets in the upcoming movie “Hustlers,” which recently gave us a preview of what the film is about.



Lopez shared the official trailer of her the film on Instagram where she is joined by Constance Wu, Cardi B, Keke Palmer, Lizzo, Julia Stiles, and Lili Reinhart in a fantastic performance which is mostly set in a strip club.


“Ramona ain’t playin’. IT’S HERE!!!!!!!” the singer-actress excitedly wrote on her Instagram. “@HustlersMovie trailer has arrived!! Coming to theaters September.”


“Hustlers” is based on a true story about strippers who rip off men from Wall Street, as told in “The Hustlers at Scores,” a New York Magazine article featured in 2015. Lopez plays the role of a stripper named Ramona who lures Destiny (Wu) into her plan to take all they can from the men.


“These Wall Street guys, you see what they did to this country?” Ramona asked. “They stole from everybody. Hard-working people lose everything, and not one of these [expletive] went to jail.”



Lopez has always been known to keep up a healthy lifestyle which manifests in her incredible physique. In March, she gave her fans a glimpse of her “Hustler” character through an Instagram post featuring the actress in a neon pink two-piece.

“I’m a hustler baby… I just want you to know… #Ramona on fire," she captioned the post. “On set and in character.”

One way Lopez prepared for the role as “Ramona,” was by going on a ten-day no-sugar-no-carb diet with her fiance Alex Rodriquez. The film's director, Lorene Scafaria, described “Hustlers” as:

An “empathetic look at women and men, our gender roles, what we are valued for, what we have been told is our value in every movie, TV show, every corner of culture.”