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Bumps and bruises do not be afraid to make the ‘Hustlers’ star Jennifer Lopez. But the dancing almost naked for 300 extras, the hooting and hollering was.
Viewers may not have realized it, but there was a lot of thought went into the design of Jennifer Lopez’s costume in “Hustlers” — even though it wasn’t really in costume design.
Was Travers, who was in charge of the costumes for the film, recently spoke with Vanity Fair about the unexpected challenges that came his way during the design of the barely-there outfits, Lopez’s character, Ramona pulls throughout the movie, especially during the first dance in the series.
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“I knew that it [was] to be the absolute floor for the audience, and let them know that this is not going to be like every other movie they’ve seen,” Travers told Vanity Fair.
Lopez’s character was “on the floor of the hall, right out of the gate, according to the costume designer Mitchell Travers, who told Vanity Fair that the costumes were a big part of the equation.
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Ramona’s debut scene, in which the public, for the first time to see her on the stage, requires Said, to 50, to carry a body so small that it is Travers, said he could take the ball to the whole and fits into the hollow of his hand. The sewing of the outfit had to be completed on a Billboard in order to make sure that it will stretch and move with the film, ” he said, adding that it was “within an inch of its life.”
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From the first notes of the bill, Said, Travers said he was nervous that she was going to be at stake in the super-tight style, but he went on to explain that he felt it was the right outfit to showcase her physique.
“I loved it, and I said,” I know this is crazy, but I don’t really get into this.’ And she said, ” Let’s go. I think I’ll do it.'” Travers told Vanity Fair.
The designer also added that in the preparation of the costume ideas for the movie, he’s looking at the celebrities who were fashion icons, and again in 2007, when the film takes place — and, of course, be Said that the pictures continued to pop up.
Travers said that he was inspired by looking at pictures of celebrities and their outfits around 2007 — at that time, the film is mostly carried out, and, of course, be Said of 2007, the mode was one of them, which it was.
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Even still, Lopez had said earlier this month that she’s “really scary” and that “practically naked” during some scenes. Speaking to the Evening Standard magazine, she admitted that she also kind of enjoyed the process, which required her to perform in front of hundreds of extras.
“There’s something about the liberation and empowerment over it,” she said, “but you’re really there, physically, emotionally, and mentally.”
“Hustlers,” starring Lopez, Constance Wu, and Julia Stiles, earned more than $33 million on opening weekend, reported Variety. The film is loosely based on a 2015 in the New York Magazine article, by Jessica Pressler.
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Fox News’ Dom Calicchio, contributed to this report.