Jennifer Lopez and Armie Hammer are set to star alongside one another in ‘Shotgun Marriage ceremony’.
The ‘Second Act’ star and ‘Name Me By Your Identify’ actor will play couple Darcy and Tom within the upcoming comedy.
‘Pitch Good’ director Jason Moore is helming the film, with Mark Hammer and Liz Meriwether on script duties.
As per Deadline, Ryan Reynolds has obtained an govt producer credit score.
The plot follows the pair as they collect their lovable however very opinionated households for the final word vacation spot marriage ceremony simply because the couple start to get chilly toes. And if that wasn’t sufficient of a menace to the celebration, all of the sudden everybody’s lives are at risk when all the occasion is taken hostage.
The flick is about to start out filming in 2021.
At the moment, Armie could be seen starring alongside Lily James (Mrs de Winter) in Netflix’s romantic thriller ‘Rebecca’ as Maxim de Winter.
The 34-year-old star additionally has ‘Dying On The Nile’ popping out in December.
Jennifer will subsequent be seen in ‘Marry Me’, which is slated for launch on February 12, 2021.
In the meantime, the 51-year-old singer-and-actress lately admitted she discovered it exhausting to be handled as an equal within the movie business.
The ‘Hustlers’ star admitted it was robust for her to land movie roles initially of her profession, as a result of she wished to “be the lead” and located that Hollywood would solely solid her in stereotypical roles.
She mentioned: “At the moment, there wasn’t, and it is nonetheless not nice now only for a caveat, however again then, it was identical to, ‘How am I going to be an actress?’ And in my thoughts, I used to be like, ‘I wish to play the woman, the lady.’ Proper.
“Simply not the Latin lady within the Latin function the place you suppose I ought to play the cook dinner or the nanny or one thing like that. That I wished to be the lead, I wished to simply signify for everyone and make all people see that it did not matter if you happen to have been Latin or black or Asian or no matter, you are a woman, you are a human being. And so there was these challenges of breaking via that.”