Many critics highlight the film and music diva not only as the film's highlight, but also as the best work of the career on the big screen.
Hence the so-called "Oscar buzz" was a small step: in an anticipatory article about the festival's most anticipated films for Variety, Ramin Setoodeh described Lopez's character as "Erin Brockovich in the manner of Matthew McConaughey in 'Magic Mike'" .
On social networks, he reinforced as his "moment 'Erin Brockovich'", the film that earned Julia Roberts the long-awaited statuette, in what was described as one of her "favorite movies of the year".
The enthusiasm did not go unnoticed by the actress.
"Obviously I'm flattered. I work so hard all my career. I've made so many movies and so many characters that I've learned to do them for nothing but love making them. Every movie I sign and role I choose to play is about me." exploring and being an artist, worshiping life and worshiping people. Having the opportunity to do that with my life is a pleasure. I learned that I don't see anything anymore. [Oscar Buzz] happens, it's just wow, "he told the Los Angeles Times.
"It brings tears to our eyes. It's like, 'Someone liked what I did. I love what I do and have no interest, but it does, it makes us feel that every effort is being recognized and that is nice," he added.
"Bold and Scammers" will debut on the 26th in Portugal.
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