Jennifer Lopez gears up to play a unique combination of a super assassin and a loving mother in Netflix’s upcoming The Mother. The movie recently announced at Netflix’s TUDUM event has gained quite a hype following the ripped physique look of the actress and the high-octane action sequences that follow throughout the teaser. The movie follows Lopez as an assassin going against all odds to protect her daughter from a lot of bad guys.
Jennifer Lopez also headlined the news earlier this year after her marriage with Ben Affleck. According to reports, The Mother is only the start of a number of collaborations between her and the streaming platform.
Jennifer Lopez rocks in The Mother
In the Official Teaser released by Netflix, we can spot Jennifer Lopez as an assassin who was probably in hiding for many days until trouble knocked at her door when her estranged daughter gets kidnapped. We are presented with a montage of various action sequences and the trailer presents a very highly energetic vibe where Lopez is ready to go to any extent to save her daughter.
The movie also promises to give us a wide variety of locations and a long journey for the character of Jennifer Lopez as we get to see numerous snow-clad mountains as well as cities. Besides Lopez, the movie stars Joseph Fiennes, Omari Hardwick, Paul Raci, Lucy Paez, and Gael Garcia Bernal. Although the movie still lacks a release date on the streaming platform but from the premise and the clips, it can be concluded that it will amass a lot of views on its release.
Jennifer Lopez comes with a bag full of projects
Besides The Mother, Lopez is also going to star in several collaborations with Netflix. Following the action thriller, she will also star in Atlas starring the Shang-Chi fame Simu Liu. The movie will feature a sci-fi thriller plot about an AI gone rogue.
Not only Netflix, but interestingly the Hustlers star will also work with Amazon Prime in her upcoming Shotgun Wedding which is going to be a rom-com.
The Mother directed by Niki Caro will be released sometime in 2023 on Netflix