The pop superstar dropped the trailer on Wednesday for the 65-minute-long film that will arrive along with her new album on Feb. 16
Jennifer Lopez is sharing her own love story with fans — in the only dazzling way that a pop superstar can.
On Wednesday, the music icon, 54, released the cinematic trailer for her new film This Is Me… Now: A Love Story, which arrives in tandem with her highly anticipated new album and first release in a decade.
Based on the captivating preview, it appears as though the 65-minute project set to hit streaming on Amazon Prime Video on Feb. 16 — the same day that her ninth studio album drops — finds the singer/actress on a journey through both dreamscapes and challenges grounded in reality in order to find love.
According to a press release, Lopez created the project described as a “narrative-driven cinematic odyssey, steeped in mythological storytelling and personal healing,” along with Grammy-winning director Dave Meyers.
The official synopsis states the “Amazon original showcases her journey to love through her own eyes. With fantastical costumes, breathtaking choreography, and star-studded cameos, this panorama is an introspective retrospective of Jennifer’s resilient heart.”
The trailer offers a glimpse of that, as it shows the Grammy-nominated artist opening up her heart and facing heartbreak with different lovers in what looks like a variety of fantastical worlds.
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While the “Let’s Get Loud” singer’s character seemingly seeks treatment after her friends, who have seen her get married time and time again, suggest she may be a sex addict, it appears as though the “hopeless romantic” will go great lengths for love in the upcoming project.
“I learned the hard way — not all love stories have a happy ending," Lopez says at one point in the clip. "Whenever someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up, the answer was always in love."
The Golden Globe-nominated star also declares, “I know what they say about me, about hopeless romantics: That we’re weak. But I’m not weak.”
The film will also see a series of star-studded special appearances. Lopez will be joined by her husband Ben Affleck — who was famously the inspiration for her 2002 album This Is Me… Then — as well as Fat Joe, Trevor Noah, Kim Petras, Post Malone, Keke Palmer, Sofia Vergara, Jenifer Lewis, Jay Shetty, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sadhguru, Tony Bellissimo, Derek Hough, Trevor Jackson, Paul Raci, Bella Gagliano, Brandon Delsid, Ashley Versher, Malcolm Kelner, Alix Angelis, Danielle Larracuente and Matthew Law, per a release.
The “On the Floor” singer’s upcoming project will act as a follow-up to her 2002 hit album This Is Me… Then and comes 10 years after the release of her last full-length project, A.K.A. While the record has long been in the works, the hitmaker officially announced its release date in November 2023.
She’s since dropped the lead single for the 13-track project: “Can’t Get Enough,” which arrived with its accompanying music video on Jan. 10.
Ahead of the visual’s premiere, Lopez addressed fans in a live stream in which she said that she connected with the track when she as hoping to find a love song that she "can perform."
"So when we first heard this song, everyone just knew that this was the one to launch This Is Me… Now," she said. "It has an energy, it has a happiness to it, and you feel it all."
The superstar also offered a tease of the forthcoming record: “All of you have been following my journey, and I think you’ve seen me. What I wanted to tell everybody with the album... is true love actually exists."
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