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Jennifer Lopez may have spent a good bit of time after her romantic July wedding to now-husband Ben Affleck in bliss, but she's back to work and ready to reemerge on the scene.MORE: Jennifer Lopez wows fans in honeymoon bathtub videoThe star's first major project since getting married finally dropped a teaser trailer, that being the Netflix film The Mother.VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez wows fans in honeymoon bathtub videoWhile she filmed the project back in 2021 in Canada and Gran Canaria, audiences are finally getting a glimpse at the film, and Jennifer looks in fine form.Along with snow-capped mountains, the teaser featured extended sequences of the star working out, displaying her insanely toned abs while doing so.MORE: Jennifer Lopez enjoys girls' day out with new stepdaughter Violet Affleck – detailsThey quickly became a major part of the narrative, as it was revealed that her character used to be an assassin and is coming out of the shadows once again.The On the Floor singer plays an ex-assassin who comes out of the woodwork to protect the estranged daughter she had given up long ago from several dangerous captors.A post shared by Netflix US (@netflix)Jennifer plays an ex-assassin in The MotherFeaturing an array of action sequences and Jennifer pulling out all the stops in a thriller like never before, the film is set to drop on the streaming platform some time in 2023.Directed by the live action Mulan's Niki Caro, the project also features Joseph Fiennes, Omari Hardwick, and Gael García Bernal.MORE: Jennifer Lopez's ex Alex Rodriguez makes unexpected appearance following Ben Affleck weddingMORE: Jennifer Lopez's wedding dress fears during special family momentWhile the mom-of-two never took a step back from acting per se,
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Coronation Street, after she fell into a diabetic coma earlier this week.Along with asking fellow residents including Todd Grimshaw to look out for her, Billy is set out to do everything he can to look after Summer, after adopting her following the death of father Drew Spellman.While Vicar Billy has a sweet relationship with Summer on-screen, actor Daniel Brocklebank and Summer star Harriet Bibby also revealed they have a close off-screen friendship too.That's not all, as Daniel has also led a very interesting life away from the cobbles too, including co-star romances and a link to Hollywood starlet Gwyneth Paltrow.Long before Daniel Brocklebank became a fan favourite on Coronation Street as Vicar Billy Mayhew, the actor already had a long acting career in rival soaps and Hollywood films.At the age of 19 years old, he played a young Merlin in the 1998 film of the same name, before landing the role of Sam Gosse in the Academy Award winning film Shakespeare In Love - where he appeared opposite Joseph Fiennes and Gwyneth Paltrow.Daniel revealed that soon after appearing in the film, he decided to come out as gay, saying to The Mirror: "I pretend for a living, I didn’t want to pretend in my private life. When you spend your life on screen, it’s important to hold on to the bits that are real."He added: "I remember my management in Los Angeles trying to convince me not to come out because they said it would affect work – and it did."I stopped being screen-tested for the heterosexual male leads and I was either the gay best friend or the character parts.
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Jennifer Lopez back in action mode on set of new thriller The Mother in Gran Canaria
Jennifer Lopez was spotted filming on the set of her new movie The Mother in Gran Canaria on Wednesday, looking all sorts of hard-core.The Marry Me star, who recently released a music video for her latest version of the titular track from the rom com, which features a cameo from her real-life beau Ben Affleck, meant business in a khaki tank top and combat trousers, over which she wore a white shirt.Her character also rocked chunky boots, a belt, and an under-arm gun holster, with the actress and singer wearing her hair back in a low ponytail.In The Mother, the 52-year-old pop icon stars as an assassin who comes out of hiding to protect her daughter.The set photos showed JLo walking around the set and interacting with the crew, who all wore face masks, as shots were set up.Co-star Omari Hardwick was also present for filming on the Spanish island, with a fake bleeding wound on the side of his head suggesting it included some sort of action or fight.Plot details for The Mother are scant, but Jennifer’s character is fleeing from dangerous assailants, choosing to come out of hiding to protect her daughter she left earlier in life.The thriller is due to premier on Netflix later this year, and also stars Joseph Fiennes and Gael García Bernal.Sound of Metal Oscar nominee Paul Raci and newcomer Lucy Paez, who features as Jennifer’s daughter, round out the main cast for the flick, which is directed by Mulan’s Niki Caro.As with other productions, the shoot for The Mother has been disrupted by Covid.Filming ground to a halt in January after several crew members on the set tested positive for coronavirus, according to People magazine.The outlet claimed that the ‘majority’ of shooting had been completed in Canada with its main star
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Jennifer Lopez's assassin thriller, The Mother, pauses production in Spain due to COVID-19 outbreak
Jennifer Lopez's latest film, The Mother, put a pause on production in Spain due to a coronavirus outbreak.The Mother, which is set to be released later this year, had been filming in Vancouver, British Columbia, before production recently moved to Gran Canaria near the Canary Islands.PEOPLEmagazine confirmed that filming overseas had been halted 'due to positive coronavirus cases associated with the production team.' Stopped: Jennifer Lopez's latest film, The Mother, put a pause on production in Spain due to a coronavirus outbreak; seen in OctoberLopez reportedly flew into town last week and had been isolated while awaiting shooting, only to leave on a private plane back to the US just yesterday, according to Page Six. The 52-year-old actress stars alongside Joseph Fiennes, Gael Garcia Bernal, and Omari Hardwick in the Niki Caro-directed film.The local paper, La Provincia, first reported that a 'massive' coronavirus outbreak plagued a Netflix shoot, causing 'weeks-long production suspension.' The 52-year-old actress stars alongside Joseph Fiennes, Gael Garcia Bernal, and Omari Hardwick in the Niki Caro-directed film; seen in December The Spanish outlet reported that Lopez was first spotted in town on Wednesday and was set to film multiple scenes throughout the week.It's unclear when production will resume filming.Spain has seen a rise in COVID-19 cases as the Omicron surges across the globe, with 2,722 cases per 100,000 people reported on Friday, according to Reuters.The percentage of hospital beds occupied by patients with coronavirus was 11.79%, while the number of patients with COVID-19 in intensive care units rose to 22.06%.
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