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EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Lopez' Ex-Husband Proceeding With Plan To Make Movie

Dec. 4 2009, Published 3:40 p.m. ET

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This may be the movie that makes Howard the Duck and Ishtar look like Academy Award winners.

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Jennifer Lopez’s ex-husband Ojani Noa is proceeding with his plan to make a movie about his life – but there will be no mention of Jlo anywhere in the film.

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After being repeatedly trounced in court by Jlo’s attorney Jay Lavely, of Lavely & Singer, Noa and his agent Ed Meyer appear to have given up on their attempts to use 11 hours of home movies Noa has featuring his superstar ex.

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The home movies have been the center of an acrimonious battle featuring a war of words between Meyer and Lavely. But Lavely proved to have more muscle in court, shutting down Noa repeatedly and protecting Jlo’s privacy.

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So after their latest judicial setback Noa and Meyer have abandoned plans to use the footage in what they called a “mockumentary” and now say they will film Escaping Cuba: The Ojani Noa Story.

Celebrity Justice

Meyer told “The crazy thing is that, Ojani Noa is now denigrated to telling his life story as: ‘My name is Ojani Noa, and I was married to "beep" or "blank" ???'"

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“We may have to go back into court to argue this! But, we are making the movie.”



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