“I don’t give a sh*t”: Jennifer Lopez Was Horrified After Her Co-star Called Clint Eastwood the Most Overrated Actor

Jennifer Lopez Was Horrified After Her Co-star Called Clint Eastwood the Most Overrated Actor
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The late actor Ray Liotta and Jennifer Lopez once starred in a 2016 drama series called Shades of Blue. Working alongside Liotta, Jennifer Lopez was having fun since the former was known to be overtly blunt and honest when it came to answering questions.

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In an interview, Ray Liotta was forced to speak the truth when the interviewer asked him questions. Rather than passing up on the questions, Liotta answered truthfully which made for some rare remarks. As per the interview, it was Ray Liotta who called Clint Eastwood the most overrated actor from the 80s and 90s much to the shock and horror of his co-star Lopez!

Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta in Shades of Blue (2016).
Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta in Shades of Blue (2016).

Jennifer Lopez Was Shocked By Ray Liotta’s Answers

Being a rather blunt actor, Ray Liotta had always found himself talking about other celebrities and what he thought of them. Starring alongside Jennifer Lopez in the 2016 drama series titled Shades of Blue, it was during the promotional interview when Liotta let his blunt side out.

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Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta in Watch What Happens Live
Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta in Watch What Happens Live

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In an interview with Andy Cohen in Watch What Happens Live, Cohen made Liotta and Lopez play the game called “Plead the Fifth”. Ray Liotta chose to be honest and brutal rather than let the question fall on Jennifer Lopez and during that time, he had to reveal some blunt opinions. When asked by Cohen who Liotta thought was an overrated actor in the 80s and the 90s, the actor had a very clear name in mind.

“Pbbbt, Clint Eastwood probably. I don’t give a sh*t!”

Never admitting the reason for holding a grudge, the game continued as Jennifer Lopez tried to digest the blunt truths that Ray Liotta was dropping. Being a person of mixed heritage, Lopez revealed that she had to fight hard in Hollywood to gain their trust.

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Jennifer Lopez Mother
Jennifer Lopez in Mother

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With Jennifer Lopez’s mother and father being of American and Puerto Rican descent, it was hard for Lopez to find Hollywood movies where she can portray any character. According to the actress, she was typecast into roles that required an accent!

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“At first I think I only got parts where I had an accent. And then it gradually changed because I stood my ground. I just wanted to play ‘a girl’, you know, I didn’t even want to know what her last name or her first name was.”

After sticking to her guns, Lopez started gaining fame and attention from the world as she started getting better and better roles. The actress is currently married to Ben Affleck and has been nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy award to date. The actress is currently attached to 4 upcoming projects in various stages of development.

As for the Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta starrer, Shades of Blue is available to stream on Spectrum in the U.S.

Source: Bravo TV

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Visarg Acharya, Associate Content Writer, has been heavily involved in movies, series, and history. Having an experience of 2 years in the field of content writing, Visarg is a seasoned writer. Having a degree in Physics, Visarg Acharya has published a dissertation alongside a plethora of poems and short stories along the way.