Jennifer Lopez Says She Made ‘Hustlers’ ‘For Free’
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JLo Made Hustlers For 'Free'
During an interview with GQ, Jennifer Lopez revealed she didn't make any money from the hit movie Hustlers. "I do things because I love them. I didn't get paid a whole bunch of money for Hustlers," she explained. "I did it for free and produced it. I bank on myself. That's the 'Jenny From the Block'. I do what I want, I do what I love. But it was kind of a really different mindset to get into to play Ramona." (via TooFab)
Social Media Break Anyone?
A college class called "Life Unplugged" asked its students to hand over their smartphones for a whole week as part of an experiment to recognize today’s compulsive relationships with ever-present devices. It's important to recharge your mind every now and then and take a mental break from digital distractions. (via CBS News)
Why Couldn't Rose Just Scoot Over!?
It's the question we all still need an answer for: Why didn't Jack squeeze onto the life saving door with Rose instead of dying in the freezing water in the movie Titanic? Here's Celine Dion's take on the matter:
Burger King Sued by Vegans
Burger King is being sued by a group of vegans for alleged contamination of the Impossible Whopper burger. The a class action lawsuit was started by a man name Phillip Williams, who claims that Burger King advertises the Impossible Burger as a vegan alternative to its meat burgers, but that they're all cooked on the same grill. (via TMZ)
5-Year-Old Scores College Scholarship
Jeremiah Travis, a 5-year-old drummer who plays at St. Helena College and Career Academy in Louisiana, just landed a full band scholarship! At such a young age he has performed at halftime, participated in the sideline shows and he even played at the new Orleans Pelican basketball games! Jeremiah was promised a full scholarship to Alcorn State University in Mississippi when he graduates high school in 2032. (via USA Today)