Manufacturing on Jennifer Lopez’s new movie “Unstoppable” has been halted.
The 53-year-old stars within the new sports activities drama, which is produced by her husband Ben Affleck, 50, however filming has halted indefinitely amid Hollywood’s writers’ strike, in keeping with Deadline.
The movie was filming in Los Angeles earlier this week when it was interrupted by hanging pickets.
The movie will inform the true story of Anthony Robles, a three-time All-American born with one leg who received a nationwide championship at Arizona State College.
Ben’s manufacturing firm Artists Fairness, which he co-founded with shut buddy Matt Damon, is producing “Unstoppable.” William Goldberg, who has edited quite a few movies for Affleck, is making his directorial debut on movie.
“Unstoppable” is Jennifer and Ben’s first collaboration since their marriage ceremony final 12 months, however she beforehand had an affect on her movie “Air,” which chronicles Nike’s relationship with basketball icon Michael Jordan.
The ‘The Tender Bar’ star advised The Hollywood Reporter: ‘I began writing and dealing with Matt, and Jen gave me some nice strains too.
“Oh my gosh, she’s sensible. She’s extremely educated about how style evolves by way of tradition as a confluence of music, sports activities, leisure and dance.
“It helped me speak about how a part of why Jordans (footwear) had been so vital is as a result of tradition and magnificence in America is 90% pushed by black tradition. Black tradition has traditionally been pioneering of music, of dance, of style, after which it was stolen, appropriated, renamed after Elvis or no matter”.
Affleck continued, “And on this case, (Nike) a white-run company entity, was beginning enterprise with African-American athletes in an id affiliate sale.
“They had been actually taking worth from what Michael Jordan stands for and who he’s. I do not assume the importance might be overstated. ‘”