“She’s awesome,” the “Shotgun Wedding” star said of working with an actor whose career suffered after she called out misogyny.
Moore says he and Lopez wanted their new movie to show how a woman "at a different stage in her life than a young blushing bride" would find love.
Being tapped to step in for Hammer, who faces sexual assault allegations, in "Shotgun Wedding" is "not how I like to get roles," the actor said.
"I can laugh about it now," the "Jupiter's Legacy" actor told Jimmy Fallon.
The actors, dating for just a few months, were said to be "very busy" with their work.
"We are and will always be united."
WildAid, the San Francisco-based wildlife conservancy organization that has helped roll back hunting and trade on endangered species in the last decade, held a celebrity fundraising gala in Beverly Hills on Saturday night, and raised $2.5 million dollars in a single evening.