While discussing her upcoming producing role on the new television series "The Fosters" with "Entertainment Tonight," Jennifer Lopez may have hinted the possibility of a film about the tragedy at the 2013 Boston Marathon last Monday (April 15).
In light of the horrible tragedy in Massachusetts, the 43-year-old singer opened up about an idea backing a project about the bombings and how it should be approached.
"They're delicate subjects cause there is so much emotion that surrounds them," Miss Lopez explained. "It has to be done in the right way, just like anything else. At the end of the day it's such a tragic thing and so unthinkable."
"You would think it would make a great movie, but at the end of the day it has to be handled in a certain way to be great," she added.
Meanwhile, Rob Marciano of ET asked when would this kind of film be appropriate for theaters considering the audiences reaction about the subject.
"When I did the movie 'Selena,' we did it two years after she passed away. A year after [she passed away] I was being cast for the movie. And it was such a tragedy for her family and for the music community. I don't know. It's something you have to just feel out. We'll wait and see," Miss Lopez answered.