Jennifer Lopez Signs Production Deal with FOX

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There’s always room for J.Lo at Fox TV Studios and Regency TV, which have signed a first-look deal with ’s Nuyorican Prods. Lopez, partner Simon Fields and producer Julio Caro hope to create scripted comedy, drama and telepics at the studio as well as specials and unscripted skeins. Deal was announced Tuesday by Fox TV Studio prexy David Grant and New Regency CEO David Matalon. It’s a return home of sorts for Lopez, who got her start as a Fly Girl dancer on the Fox network’s early 1990s sketch comedy series “In Living Color.” “I started in television, and I love the medium,” Lopez said. “We intend to be a major creative force in television.” Lopez and Nuyorican are also in the midst of a long-term agreement with Spanish-lingo broadcaster Telemundo. Under that deal, Nuyorican is developing a telenovela and the variety show “Le Grand Tralala.” Jennifer previously developed a sitcom at NBC based on her family and upbringing in the Bronx; that project was ultimately shelved. Lopez, Fields and Caro have already met with several scribes and reality producers to map out their next step, Grant said. “Everything they do has a real style to it.”

Ben Affleck Still Talks To Jennifer Lopez

March 11, 2004 – Ben Affleck tells Rolling Stone in their cover story that he still talks to his ex Jennifer and insists that the split was mutual. “I think any relationship that ends, by definition, ends mutually,” he said. “Sensible people are able to recognize that. I mean, relationships are mysterious and hard to fathom, but when it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work, and you just have to accept it gracefully.”

Affleck Touts New Film That Will Erase Bennifer Memories

March 11, 2004 – The Chicago Sun-Times reports Ben Affleck was candid about his failed romance with Jennifer Lopez and the “curse of ‘Gigli’.” He said, “The most frustrating thing the past few months is knowing how good this film is and having to wait for people to see it… Once they do, I think they’ll forget all the stupid tabloid stories about Jennifer and me, the gossip and all the crap. I think this is about the best thing I’ve ever done and maybe even the best film [director-writer] Kevin [Smith] has made. I’m really proud of this.”

Jennifer Lopez Skips ‘Jersey Girl’ Premiere

March 11, 2004 – The New York Daily News reports at Tuesday night’s premiere of ‘Jersey Girl’, director Kevin Smith summoned Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler and the rest of his cast to the front of the Ziegfeld Theater. “We’re ready to start in a few minutes,” the mischievous Smith told the audience. “We’re just waiting for J.Lo to show up.” After the crowd roared in laughter, Affleck groaned, “That’s why you brought me up here? For that joke?”

Ben Affleck Can Breath A Little Post-Jennifer Lopez

March 11, 2004 – Reuters has a clip from the premiere of ‘Jersey Girl’ in New York, where the actor was asked how he felt about being out of the public eye since his split with his little seen co-star in the film, Jennifer. “I wouldn’t say out of my face. It is nice to have things quiet down a little bit and have focus be on a movie rather than on my personal life or any one else’s personal life,” Affleck said. “I think that is how it should be in general because who cares about the other stuff. Actors are interesting, if they are interesting at all, for the movies they make in my opinion.”

Stars On Canadian’s Bubblegum Portraits

March 11, 2004 – Contributed anonymously: The Canadian plastic artist Jason Kronenwald made an exposition of many stars’ portraits made only with bubblegum. Britney Spears got three different versions – tutti-fruti, mint and one of both. Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Anna Kournikova and Brigitte Bardot also have their faces on Jason’s portraits. He takes at least 40 hours to make each of them and says that he can make different colors by chewing the gums all together. Each of the pictures cost about $2,000.

Jennifer Lopez Enjoys Her Single Life

March 11, 2004 – Contributed anonymously: According to In Touch, although Jennifer has recently been linked romantically to her recording partner and former flame Marc Anthony, sources say the affair is over. “Any romance that happened between them is now over”, says a source close to Jennifer. “They’re just collaborators working together at this point. There’s nothing physical going on between them. They’re just pals.” Since breaking up with Ben Affleck, Jennifer has spent most of her time in Miami, working and catching up with friends. “She’s away from the world and spending time with friends and family. It’s helping her find herself again, in a very big way. She’s smiling again.”

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