Jennifer Lopez slipped right into a cool new character whereas on set for her upcoming Netflix film, ‘The Mom.’
From head stripper in cost in Hustlers to an murderer on the run! Jennifer Lopez sported a rugged look on Monday, October 4m as she was noticed in Vancouver filming a scene for her upcoming Netflix thriller, The Mom. The 52-year-old actress was seen sporting a brown bomber jacket with cream-colored Sherpa lining over a darkish grey shirt paired with olive-colored cargo pants. She additionally sported a grey beanie, aviator shades, and black fight boots, wanting like a real renegade if we ever noticed one!
The “Let’s Get Loud” singer additionally carried two massive luggage — one in her hand and one over her shoulder — as she exited a baggage transporter at an airport as an murderer in disguise. Crew members and extras had been seen on the set as Jennifer filmed the scene, her lengthy brunette locks nonetheless looking gorgeous underneath her beanie. Who mentioned assassins couldn’t be fabulous?
The film, which started filming this week in Canada, stars Jennifer alongside actors Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale), Omari Hardwick (Sorry To Trouble You), and Gael Garcia Bernal (Y tu mamá también). Per Variety, the thrilling flick focuses on a “lethal murderer,” performed by Jennifer, who “comes out of hiding to guard her daughter she gave up years in the past.” The daughter is performed by newcomer Lucy Paez.
Jennifer’s co-star Joseph will harken again to his menacing days as Commander Fred Waterford, as he’s set to play one of many “harmful males” from whom Jennifer is on the run (Gael performs the opposite “harmful” antagonist). The movie is directed by Niki Caro, identified for Disney’s Mulan remake whereas Lovecraft Nation Misha Inexperienced is writing the screenplay.
Jennifer is certainly having a busy 12 months. When she’s not holding busy engaged on a slew of movies and other projects, she’s out and about together with her outdated — after which new once more! — flame, Ben Affleck, making followers’ early 2000s superstar nostalgia goals come true.