Jennifer Lopez Has An Action Wedding Movie Coming Out, And The Title Is A+


As observed in many, numerous films, there is one serious part that can turn out badly on a couple’s big day, and one thing that could positively destroy the event would be a lot of crooks raging in and abducting individuals. That would be an awful thing to occur, in actuality, however on the off chance that this seems like an energizing film thought to you, you’re in karma, as that turns out to be the plot of another Jennifer Lopez-Armie Hammer sentimental activity flick that has a phenomenal title: Shotgun Wedding. 

Lionsgate has authoritatively reported the advancement of the new movie, which will be coordinated by Pitch Perfect’s Jason Moore and be founded on content by Mark Hammer and Liz Meriwether, who is most popular as the maker of New Girl. We’re additionally going to keep our fingers crossed that the film may highlight at any rate an appearance from Ryan Reynolds, as he is ready as a maker. 

In the film, Jennifer Lopez and Armie Hammer will star as Darcy and Tom, who we will meet while they are as of now experiencing difficulty getting their “stubborn families” ready for their enormous marriage at an exotic location – a function that is beginning to give the two of them cold feet. At the point when excluded and furnished visitors appear and begin setting expectations, the couple must act together to attempt to spare everybody’s life, and in the process respark their affection for each other. 

Jennifer Lopez is falling off of one of her most commended exhibitions playing stripper-turned-hoodlum in Hustlers and has been very occupied in the months since. Notwithstanding Shotgun Wedding, her forthcoming record additionally incorporates another wedding-themed satire called Marry Me (set for discharge on February 12, 2021), and she is likewise getting ready to play infamous medication master Griselda Blanco in Reed Morano’s impending The Godmother. 

Like his prospective co-star, Armie Hammer has likewise been keeping very occupied, and in reality had another delivery hit Netflix a week ago: Ben Wheatley’s Rebecca. Towards the year’s end, we will see him back on the big screen (fingers crossed) in Kenneth Branagh’s Death On The Nile, and he has likewise finished work on both Taika Waititi’s Next Goal Wins and Nicholas Jarecki’s spine chiller Dreamland (not to be mistaken for the Margot Robbie film turning out in November).

He is likewise getting ready to repeat his part as Oliver in Luca Guadagnino’s Find Me – the spin-off of the 2017 Oscar-winning hit Call Me By Your Name. 

Lionsgate’s Shotgun Wedding public statement does exclude any data concerning when creation on the film may begin, however ideally we will begin hearing all the more projecting declarations soon. We’ll keep you on top of it with the greatest updates. 


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