How To Watch Jennifer Lopez’s Return To Rom-Coms in ‘Marry

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The queen of rom-coms is back, this time already wearing a bridal gown. The romantic comedy Marry Me might be saccharine, with all the emotional gravitas of cotton candy, but—given there’s a newly in-love Jennifer Lopez at its center—the film just might taste good going down. Co-starring Owen Wilson, whom Entertainment Weekly calls “the living embodiment of rumpled corduroy,” the film follows Lopez’s pop mega-star Kat Valdez as she weds a total stranger (Wilson) for the sake of good PR.

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You see, she’s mere moments away from marrying another man, boyfriend Bastian (Maluma), when she learns of his infidelity, which naturally leads her to pluck a fan from the awaiting crowd and marry him instead. (Perhaps when you make that much money, you trust the first instinct that comes to you.) Wilson’s Charlie, a math teacher and single dad, isn’t exactly well-suited for life as the new husband of a global icon, but then again, who really is? And, anyway, his daughter seems to think Kat is cool, so a legally binding life-long commitment must be worth a shot.

At least in its marketing materials and press tour, Marry Me seems attuned to its own meta-ness, given the tabloid obsession over its lead actress’s love life. But whether that introspective irony is intelligent enough to carry a film? Well, I suppose let’s try a taste first: The film will be available to stream on Peacock starting today, February 11, in cinemas and online at Peacock. (Premium subscriptions start at $4.99 per month.) If you’d prefer to see Lopez in all her bedazzled glory on the big screen, Marry Me and its original soundtrack are waiting in a theater near you.

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