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August 08, 2005

Dream On


Jennifer Lopez believes her over-exposure in the media has prevented her from having a more diverse movie career.

The 36-year-old Latina beauty found it easier to convince directors of her suitability for a role when she was an unknown - leading to parts in films including Out Of Sight and Oliver Stone's U Turn. However, in recent years stories of her diva-like demands and romances have made it harder for film-makers to distinguish between fact and fiction.

Lopez says, "In the beginning, I was a blank slate. I got to work with all these great directors because I was just a girl who came in there and did well in the audition. Then when I became famous, I was being offered movies that I could star in but that's all I was being offered. When I think I should be seeing the big directors, they don't even consider me. They see me as a sexy singer and too much in the media."

--I'm sure it can't be the fact that you can't act.


Posted by Lawren at August 8, 2005 08:21 AM | Trackbacks (0)

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I thought she did ok in ENOUGH but I also think she's in denial about her reputation being undeserved.

Says: Nanc' at August 8, 2005 08:28 AM

Oh come on. She was good in Out of SIght and she wasn't bad in The Wedding Planner. She was fantastic in Selena and she was very good in her tiny part in Mi Familia. I don't think she "can't act." I think she has picked some real shitty movies to be in. (The Cell, for instance.)

Says: Robin at August 8, 2005 08:42 AM

I think she's a better actress than a singer when she's in good movies. I really liked her in Out Of Sight and Selena. She was actually pretty good in The Cell though the movie itself blew.

J.Lo is a diva and just needs to admit it. Then she needs to figure out if she wants to be a actress, singer, perfume maker, fashion designer or whater. CHOSE ONE PLEASE!

Says: Brian D. at August 8, 2005 09:30 AM

I believe she has talent. I agree, She is a much better actress than singer.
Lawren, have you seen Out of Sight? Classic Soderberg cool.

Says: Lynne at August 8, 2005 11:43 AM

don't forget about Anacondas! she was awsome in that!

it's her own damn fault. her ridiculous public antics are to blame as well as her choice in companionship.

Says: jack at August 8, 2005 11:50 AM

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