The New York Times reporter who interviewed the actor revealed tidbits that weren't in his published piece, including the 47-year-old calling Lopez "baller."
"I'm not lying!" the "Crazy Rich Asians" star told Kelly Clarkson.
For years, Hollywood took her for granted. Here's the inside story of how J.Lo made invincibility her brand, Oscars be damned.
Urged on by Ellen DeGeneres, Plaza tried her best to channel the stripper played by Lopez.
The 50-year-old is nominated for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture for her role as Ramona in the 2019 hit "Hustlers."
A writer on a flight from New York to Los Angeles successfully made a plea to a JetBlue pilot to implore fellow flyers to watch the star's movie — and she loved it.
Greta Gerwig and Lorene Scafaria were poised to receive nominations for "Little Women" and "Hustlers."
The singer and actor was nominated for her role as Ramona in "Hustlers."
The "Hustlers" star pulled out all the stops for a musical opening monologue about her undeniably excellent year.
The “Hustlers” star spoke candidly about how a director asked her to remove her top and her confidence to stand up against sexual harassment in Hollywood.
"Like Jenny From the Block — I do what I love," the actor and singer said.
The "Hustlers" actor revealed the inappropriate request during a Hollywood Reporter roundtable with fellow stars.
The industry is often still surprised when films like "Hustlers" hit big at the box office.
Female leads in "Miss Saigon" and "The World of Suzie Wong" embodied the Western stereotypes of Asian women.
Director Lorene Scafaria and Lopez's pole instructor walked us through one of the movie's best scenes.
The film highlights the insurmountable challenges women face in their paths to wealth.
The singer became emotional as "Today" host Hoda Kotb read aloud glowing reviews of her performance in the film.
“I can say without hesitation that learning to pole-dance was one of the most challenging things I’ve ever done," Lopez said.
"I don’t think I realized that people were paying so much attention to my Twitter," the actor said during an interview with the Los Angeles Times.
The crime caper, which also stars Lili Reinhart, Lizzo and Keke Palmer, is based on a real-life case and hits theaters in September.