It's set in New York City in the wake of the financial crisis and follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients. The movie, originally set up at Annapurna as "The Hustlers at Scores," is inspired by a New York Magazine article by Jessica Pressler.
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Kate Vorhoff and Catherine Hagedorn are overseeing the film's production for the studio. STXfilms is producing alongside Lopez, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas and Benny Medina — who previously collaborated with the studio on the 2018 romantic-comedy "Second Act" — as well as Adam McKay, Will Ferrell and Jessica Elbaum for Gloria Sanchez Productions. STXinternational is handling international distribution, and distributing directly in the U.K. and Ireland.
13 release in North America. STXfilms has set its strip-club drama "Hustlers," starring Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Cardi B, for a Sept.
Lili Reinhart, Keke Palmer, Julia Stiles and Mercedes Ruehl are also in the cast. The film is being directed by Lorene Scafaria.
Lopez announced the date on her Instagram account on Monday.
13, joining Warner's drama "The Goldfinch" and Fox's animated "Spies in Disguise." launches "It: Chapter Two." "Hustlers" is the third title dated for Sept. The release date is a week after Warner Bros.
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The crowd parted like the Red Sea when "Pose" star Billy Porter arrived wearing an oversized black fedora and black knitted dress with white trim. “I love your hat,” one friend cooed, while another said, “And your dress!”
One woman with an unusually high voice screamed to Catherine O’Hara, “Can I get a picture with you?”
Kathryn Hahn was huddled in a corner near the deejay booth chatting with Leslie Bibb.
W magazine’s pre-Golden Globes party on the Friday night before the big show is often one of the hardest fetes to get into, and this year’s bash was no exception.
Confusion ensued as more guests coming up the elevator also explained that they already handed over their tickets to the man in the lobby. The scammer — a tall white male in a black suit and white shirt — asked guests for their tickets before they hopped on the elevator in the lobby to get to the sixth floor. But, when they stepped off the elevator, they were asked for their tickets again.
But in Los Angeles, tickets for the W party could go for big bucks. Once staffers realized what was going on, stranded guests were let in. What the scammed tickets' ultimate destiny was, nobody knows. Said man had nothing to do with the party.
Amy Adams arrived on the later side with her "Sharp Objects" co-star Patrica Clarkson after the two were feted by Clase Azul tequila with a dinner at the Tory Burch store in Beverly Hills. Also there was their "Sharp Objects" director Jean-Marc Vallée, who told a friend he was getting "less allergic" to crowds.
The "Schitt’s Creek" star practically ran to her car — with “Can You Ever Forgive Me?’s” Richard E. Grant by her side — and squealed back, “Sorry, not right now.”” />
The party, presented in collaboration with Audi and Giorgio Armani Beauty, featured poster size covers of W’s new Best Performances Issue as well as framed copies of celebrity portraits that appear in the magazine. Waitstaff offered glasses of Perrier-Jouët Champagne as well as mini-cheeseburgers.
As always, the soiree took place in the penthouse suite of the iconic Chateau Marmont hotel.
But Keegan-Michael Key and Sarah Hyland were among some guests who had trouble making it past the velvet rope because they were duped — as was this Variety reporter — into handing over their party tickets to a scammer posing as security.
Porter cracked, “It’s my Amish look.”
As the party dwindled down, guests made their way to the valet, which was overrun by paparazzi and fans screaming for selfies and autographs.
Édgar Ramírez, like most of the stars at the party, was ambushed shortly after entering the party by overzealous HFPA members asking for selfies.
Inside, the soiree was in full force with the likes of Nicole Kidman chatting with Jamie King and "Roma" stars Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira being fawned over by fans while their director Alfonso Cuarón was nearby talking to Tracee Ellis Ross.
Also seen were Emma Stone, Olivia Colman, Lili Reinhart, Kat Graham, Amandla Stenberg, Michael B. Jordan, Lakeith Stanfield, Kate Beckinsale, Troye Sivan, Andrea Riseborough, Jon Voight, Rachel Bloom, “Pose” co-creator Steven Canals, Linda Perry, KiKi Layne, restaurateur Michael Chow and W’s Stefano Tonchi and Lynn Hirschberg.