Jennifer Lopez and Cast Offer Look at Their Characters Ahead of 'Hustlers' Trailer
By Scott Baumgartner
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In a week, the first trailer drops for the upcoming film Hustlers, but the star-studded cast couldn't wait to offer some stunning glimpses at their characters.
On Wednesday, Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Lili Reinhart posted super-short clips showcasing their stripper alter-egos in the highly anticipated film, while the official Hustlers social media account shared first looks at Cardi B's Diamond and Lizzo's character, Liz.
Lopez’s snippet introduces Ramona, a fur-coat wearing exotic dancer dazzling patrons on a stripper pole and later rolling in cash. Wu’s teases Destiny, her hard-partying, hard-shopping character in the flick. Meanwhile, Reinhart's character, Annabelle, is depicted as a selfie-taking homebody who’s also taking to the stage to make ends meet.
The film is based on the true story of a group of strippers who hatched a plan to steal thousands of dollars from their high-end Wall Street clients. It is written and directed by Lorene Scafaria (The Meddler) and based on the New York Magazine story, The Hustlers at Scores.
In May, ET chatted with Cardi about her role in the upcoming film, which she hadn't yet filmed at the time. "Even though my schedule’s busy, I had to be in this movie," she said. "This movie is something I can relate [to]…All the actresses in the movie, I can tell them, like, ‘No no no, this is how it goes,' because like, the club that the movie is based on, that's the type of club that I worked in."