Jennifer Lopez: “This is Me… Now” a film and an album planned for February

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At 54 years old, the beautiful Jennifer Lopez has not finished singing about love. Ten years after her last project she returns to the delight of her fans.

It won’t just be an album… Jennifer Lopez has once again created a surprise since announcing her return to music. Ten years after the release of “AKA”, her last studio album, the one we nicknamed Jlo decided to return to the studio to work on “This is Me… Now”. A title with familiar resonances since it is a response to her album “This is Me… Then”, released in 2002. A real open letter to the man in her life at the time, and still today: the actor Ben Affleck.

To celebrate the anniversary of its sister album, “This Is Me… Now” will be released on February 16, 2024, a little over 20 years after “This Is Me… Then”.

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In combination with this long-awaited album, the star will also present “This Is Me… Now: The Film”, on Amazon Prime, on February 16. A film that the synopsis describes as “ an intimate, reflective, sexy, funny, whimsical, musical and visual story of the love life of (Jennifer Lopez), scrutinized by the public. “. A truly immersive experience which the press release describes as offering “ an extravagant visual and aural feast with impressive choreography, star cameos, costumes, sets and visuals worthy of a blockbuster. While an astonishing spectacle, the film is ultimately a heartfelt ode to Jennifer Lopez’s journey to self-healing and her undying belief in fairy tale endings. Viewers will be captivated and leave with hope that true love can be more than a dream “.

This Monday, the superstar also shared a promising first trailer and while she whispers “ When I was a little girl and people asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. My answer was always: in love “. A feeling that she images in her film with a small hummingbird, a symbol of generosity. To find out what this film hides, you will nevertheless have to wait until February 16, 2024, on Amazon Prime.


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