Jennifer Lopez can at least hope her sexy honeymoon tapes turn out to be as popular as her flop "Gigli."
The executive producer trying to make a movie with J.Lo's ex-husband Ojani Noa is threatening to put 11 hours of footage and unspecified photographs into court files, where the public could have access unless a judge seals them.
"I will be filing everything, repeat everything, in support of my opposition at the clerk's window," producer Ed Meyer wrote in a threatening e-mail to J.Lo's lawyer Thursday.
"If the judge finds me in contempt on Tuesday, then the world media will be there to see me led out of the courtroom in handcuffs."
Meyer said it's going to take a federal judge to stop him.
"It's time for someone in Hollywood to stand up to [Lopez's attorneys], and I'm that person," he wrote.
Lopez filed a $10 million lawsuit earlier this month claiming Noa is violating a confidentiality agreement with his alleged intent to incorporate the footage into a Borat-style mockumentary about his life as a Cuban immigrant.