Jennifer Lopez in The Mom: Trailer, Solid, Launch Date

Neglect J-Lo the rom-com queen, the “Shotgun Wedding ceremony” star is, as an alternative, switching it up as a lethal murderer in Netflix’s “The Mom.” The motion thriller finds Jennifer Lopez’s character popping out of retirement to guard the daughter she gave up years earlier than — and accomplish that by any means needed. However did we point out she’s additionally on the run from some extraordinarily harmful males?

Per the teaser trailer Netflix launched throughout its Tudum fan occasion on Sept. 24, Lopez’s character is nothing to play with, because the clip opens along with her doing pull-ups in a tank prime in the course of a snowy winter (sheesh!). Deadline beforehand described the movie as having “the spirit of the Luc Besson[-directed] traditional ‘The Skilled'” — the 1994 movie a couple of 12-year-old lady who needs to grow to be a hitman after her dad and mom are murdered by a corrupt DEA agent.

“The Mom” is a part of Lopez’s multi-year manufacturing take care of Netflix. She just lately launched a documentary with the streamer, “Halftime,” that chronicles her Tremendous Bowl halftime present with Shakira, Oscars marketing campaign for “Hustlers,” and efficiency on the 2021 Presidential inauguration. Lopez can also be set to star in a Netflix homicide thriller adaptation of best-selling e-book “The Cipher” by Isabella Maldonado.

“The Mom” is directed by Niki Caro with its screenplay written by “Lovecraft Nation”‘s Misha Inexperienced. Watch the primary teaser trailer for the lethal thriller above, and skim forward for the whole lot else we learn about it.

“The Mom” Solid

The motion thriller stars Lopez, Joseph Fiennes, Omari Hardwick, Lucy Paez, Paul Raci, and Gael Bernal.

“The Mom” Launch Date

Although a precise premiere date has but to be introduced, Netflix revealed that the movie might be accessible someday in Could 2023.

Picture Supply: Doane Gregory/Netflix

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