Aside from her starring in "Hustlers" and planning her upcoming wedding to Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez has also filled her time by asking for marriage advice from Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Gingsberg. Earlier this summer, as Lopez was in the midst of her "It's My Party" tour, she was able to meet the Cornell University alum and ask her how she achieved a long-lasting marriage.

"I admire her so much for all the things she's done, standing up for minorities and women and fighting for justice in this country, but also for her marriage," Lopez said, according to Good Morning America. Due to the respect she felt towards RBG, she decided to seek her opinion on the matter and got an interesting answer.

"I was there with Alex [Rodriguez] and I was like, 'What's the secret?' She was just like, 'Sometimes it just helps to be a little bit deaf -- if you hear an unkind word, let it go.'" As for how Lopez received the advice, "It was super wise," she added.

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As for her upcoming movie, "Hustlers" is a film that "was produced by women, written and directed by women, edited by women and has a cast of all women," Jennifer proudly stated. Additionally, she also shared with "GMA" that it's a "movie that makes you think, it goes deeper than maybe you think it does." Aside from Lopez, who plays the role of ringleader Ramona, "Riverdale" star Lili Reinhart, Keke Palmer, and "Fresh Off the Boat" actress Constance Wu also star in the film.

The "Ain't Your Mama" songstress also discussed the all-female set in a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter. "I've starred in films, and I've had a woman director here and there. It's mostly men in front of the camera, behind the camera. All the stars are usually men besides one woman. So this was a beautiful thing in that it was really equal."

"Hustlers" opens in theaters nationwide on Sept. 13.

Jennifer Lopez U.S. singer and actress Jennifer Lopez arrives for the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Feb. 24, 2019. Photo: Getty Images/Mark RALSTON