Robert Downey Jr. Sign in. Get a look at the action from the star-studded panels and check out the incredible cosplay from this year's fest. For more, check out our coverage of New York Comic Con. Browse our NYCC guide. Director-writer Lorene Scafaria and actor Constance Wu reveal their real-world inspirations for Hustlers.
'Hustlers' movie: Everything we know including the trailer, cast and plot of the star-studded film
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You literally need no more information. Lo was just casually giving a tour of Bergdorf Goodman at 3 a. They just started filming, and we get to see the movie in just under five months! How did we get so blessed? Lo teaching Constance how to dance on the pole? Every time Lizzo showed up on the screen? This photo?
Everything You Need to Know About J.Lo, Lili Reinhart, and Cardi B’s Stripper Movie, ‘Hustlers’
Not only are there a lot of interesting things to know about the plot of the film, but the star-studded cast has been teasing their roles and dance moves for months. In their minds, their marks are rich, gross, pathetic scam artists. There are some celebrity names behind the camera, as well.
Sure, it's the day after Labor Day; you've packed up all your white jeans for the season, vacuumed all the sand out of your backseats, and traded in the sunscreen for seasonal drinks yes I have already had a pumpkin-flavored cold brew, stay out of it. But the new Hustlers trailer is here to remind you that summer is simply a state of mind—especially Hot Girl Summer, which, Hustlers seems to argue , is an aspirational lifestyle, not just a three-month span of time in which we can all truly feel ourselves. In case you've missed my unwell rants about Hustlers on basically every form of social media that'll let me talk about it, the movie—out September 13, mark your calendars and start preparing your minds and bodies now—is based on an exceptional New York article by Jessica Pressler about a group of entrepreneurial strippers who turn to a life of light crime to bankroll their extravagant lifestyles. That involves, of course, mildly drugging some Wall Street execs' drinks, running up their credit cards, and celebrating into the wee hours of the night.