The film will hit theaters before Valentine’s Day. Universal’s romantic comedy Marry Me – starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson – has yet to delay its release due to ongoing theater closures amid the Kovid-19 epidemic.
Recently, the music-influenced film was scheduled to open on May 14, 2021, and would have to walk down the aisle instead on February 11, 2022, before Valentine’s Day. A Universe Universal Event photograph was captured earlier on that date.
In an announcement, Universal said it would release a blithouse project on 28, 2022, but no further details were given.
Marry Me was originally scheduled to hit the big screen during the 2021 Valentine’s Day Corridor but was heavily affected by the epidemic.
Filled with original songs by Jennifer Lopez and Latin music sensation Maluma, Marry Me is based on Bobby Crosby’s graphic novel of the same name that centers on a pop superstar (Lopez) who marries his rock-star fans in Madison Square Time before Garden (Maluma), It is revealed that he was cheating on her with his assistant and spontaneously melts and out of the crowd, a random, divorced math teacher (Wilson) chooses to marry.
Marry Me is directed by Kat Coiro with the screenplay by John Rogers, Tammy Sagger, and Harper Dill.