Jennifer Lopez Says She Wants to Make a Sequel to Her and Ben Affleck’s 2003 Movie ‘Gigli’

Jennifer Lopez needs to return to Gigli, her basically panned 2003 film with Ben Affleck. Stylish’s “73 Inquiries” video with the vocalist/entertainer, questioner Joe Sabia got some information about her film and TV jobs. At a certain point, he asked which project she would need to make a continuation of, to which she answered cheerfully, “Gigli.”

“Widely praised!” Sabia kidded, as Lopez chuckled. “Who has made you chuckle the most between takes?” he then, at that point, inquired. Lopez, 53, answered, “My better half, Ben.”

Somewhere else, Lopez said she laments turning down the 2002 Diane Path Richard Gere spine chiller Faithless, that her 2006 Hector Lavoe biopic El Cantante (in which she featured with now-ex Marc Anthony) is her most overlooked film, and that 2019’s Hawkers was her most provoking film to make.

Gigli, a wrongdoing satire, was composed and coordinated by Martin Brest and furthermore featured Justin Bartha and Christopher Walken.

Affleck played Larry Gigli, who is recruited to seize somebody, and Lopez played Ricki, who is entrusted with going with Larry to guarantee he takes care of business.

In January, Affleck, 50, pondered Gigli in a meeting with Diversion Week by week, saying it was “a truly simple decision” to sign onto the film, which he conceded is viewed as a “well known bomb” presently. “Reality with regards to that film and what it showed me was how much all that around a film kind of directs as far as individuals can tell,” he said.

“However, for being a film that is a particularly popular bomb and a fiasco, not very many individuals really saw the film. It doesn’t work, coincidentally.

It’s a kind of pony’s head in a cow’s body. Furthermore, the studio at that point, since I had started having this relationship with Jennifer Lopez, which was selling a ton of magazines and seemed to produce a great deal of energy, they just typically locked onto, ‘They need a lighthearted comedy. They need both of them together. A greater amount of that!’ ”

Affleck added that the film “didn’t work” however looked on the splendid side: “And I got to meet Jennifer, the relationship with whom has been truly significant to me in my life.”

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