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Hustlers costume designer, Mitchell Travers, defined the origins of the film's costumes and treatment in an interview with Vanity Fair, stating that "I knew it [had] to absolutely floor the audience, and let them know that this is not going to be like any movie that they've seen before." Travers designed the costumes for Lopez to showcase the strength and muscle tone she amassed during her pre-Hustlers training. Without running afoul of the film's planned R rating, he dreamed up the diamond bodysuit that was essentially connected by three straps. Travers commented: "We did a lot of research and development to find something that could [stretch in every direction during Lopez's dance]. It's performance wear, and really had to work for that sequence. We did a number of fittings on it. It is tailored within an inch of its life, completely custom for her."
Justin Chang, writing for the Los Angeles Times, describes the film as "brassy and invigorating" stating that "Scafaria's clear-eyed grasp of that distinction that makes Hustlers more than just a girls-gone-wild cautionary tale, a peekaboo parade or a hypocritical amalgam of the two. The movie's empathy for its leads and its wholly justified rage against the architects of financial collapse is held in check by the knowledge that every hustle has its collateral damage." The Guardian's Benjamin Lee, rated the film 4 out of 5 stars, stating that "even when films have focused on strippers as something other than window dressing, they've still been written and directed by men and have smoothed over rougher edges, turning them all into titillating one-note archetypes. Instead, Scafaria views the strip club like any other workplace, filled with internal politics and an ever-changing hierarchy of power." Beandrea July of The Hollywood Reporter stated that "Hustlers delivers on its hype while consistently doing the unexpected. Scafaria, whose last pic was the Susan Sarandon vehicle The Meddler (2015), excels at immersing the audience in the world of sex-work in clubs, quietly disabusing us scene by scene of any stereotypes about who these women are."
No movie captures the frustration of being in love with your best friend quite like My Best Friend's Wedding, a sublime rom-com starring '90s screen queens Cameron Diaz and Julia Roberts. Roberts plays a 27-year old food critic who realizes she's in love with her best guy friend. When he announces he's getting married to a college-aged student, she decides to subtly sabotage their wedding.
I'd also put "James and the Giant Peach" in the GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY section given that Disney doesn't have the full distribution rights to this movie in Europe (Mainly the UK, France and Germany) as it's distributed by Allied Filmmakers.Also don't forget Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons).
Just to Clarify, 20th Century Studios still owns the rights to A Troll in Central Park along with Thumbelina, besides Warner Bros. doesn't own the rights to this movie anymore so put this in the 20th Century Studios section.Also, please add Modern Family (ABC, 2009-2020), Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (20th Century TV, 1997-2003, 7 Seasons); 8 Simple Rules (ABC, 2002-2005, 3 seasons); Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 Seasons); Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-2013; 2 Seasons); New Girl (20th Century TV, 2011-2018, 7 seasons); and Wander Over Yonder (2013-2016) to the "LIVE-ACTION AND ANIMATED TV SERIES (DISNEY LEGACY AND SELECT ABC TITLES)"Lastly please include The Wind in the Willows (1996 film; aka Mr. Toad's Wild Ride) and Popeye (starring Robin Williams) to the "OFTEN-REQUESTED TITLES WITH GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY" as the former film is distributed by Disney in the United States but not in other countries as the 1996 version of Wind in the Willows is owned by Allied Filmmakers, while the latter film is distributed internationally by Disney but owned by Paramount in the United States.I'd also like to