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Marry Me: Jennifer Lopez Stars In “Marry Me” Along With Owen Wilson! All You Need To Know About It!

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The very talented Jenifer Lopez is known around the globe for her music and acting as well. She has featured in multiple films like, “Hustlers”, “Second Act”, “Maid in Manhattan” and many more. There are only a few people in the world who are as or more talented than Jlo. She has been entertaining her fanbase for years and is back with more. Lopez is starring in “Marry Me” which is set to release on Valentine’s day 2021. The rom-com will feature Owen Wilson along with her. The two starred before in Anaconda together and fans loved the duo in that. Let’s find out more about her upcoming project.

Marry Me

“Marry Me” stars Owen Wilson along with Jennifer Lopez. Jennifer and Wilson also were in Anaconda together. This film revolves around a pop star who is dumped by her fiancée who also happens to be a famous musician moment before their wedding at MSG. Instead of feeling blue and sad about tit she chooses to marry a random person from the crowd instead. The plot itself sounds very interesting and makes up for an interesting plot. Jennifer Also posted on her Instagram about the release date of the movie. She also asked her fans to drop a white heart in the comments to show their love and support.

Jennifer Lopez’s Views On The Movie

Jennifer revealed on ‘The Tonight Show By Jimmy Fallon” that “Marry Me” is about a popstar marrying a random person. this happens due to. her getting dumped by her fiancée right before their wedding at Madison Square Garden. She winds up with a maths teacher instead of a musician that night. The math teacher is portrayed by Owen Wilson. There will be a cameo from Jimmy Fallon himself in the film. And Lopez’s fiancé will be played by Maluma in the film.

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Top 10 Horror Movies to Watch If You Liked The Nun

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Do you like the chilling sensation down your spine when you watch a horror movie? Yes, the feeling that someone will grab you from behind, and all hell will break loose. That is some feeling.

The Nun is one of the most popular horror movies ever. It is a part of the conjuring universe in the form of a spin-off. The story follows that of Conjuring 2, about a demonic nun who is an incarnation of Valak. She becomes a threat to a priest and a nun who discovers some secrets of Romania is 1952. Here are some other horror movies that everyone is going to enjoy thoroughly.

Annabelle

Just like The Nun, Annabelle is also a part of the conjuring universe. It is a prequel that focuses on a doll by the name of Annabelle. The doll has demonic powers because a woman kills herself holding it. The events that follow are mysterious and scary.

The Possession

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The story of this movie is about a haunted dybbuk Box. It is an old wooden box which comes useful in keeping wine. The box has ‘I will eat your heart’ written on it in Hebrew and whoever is the owner of the box faces the consequences.

Demonic

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Five people die while calling in ghosts. The deaths are so mysterious, and a police officer and a psychologist have to investigate the reason behind these deaths.

The Unborn

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As the movie‘s name suggests, the story follows that of the spirit of a twin child haunting the other. Casey’s mother was going to have twins, but one of the babies dies in the womb, and Casey is the one who comes out alive. She has the feeling that her twin brother’s spirit is haunting her.

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A young girl is dealing with abusive parents when a social worker, Emily, tries to help her out. As soon as things are looking normal, Emily realizes that they are not how they look. Some demonic powers are surrounding her.

Lights Out

Rebecca’s father dies at the hands of a supernatural spirit. Her mother has lost her mind and is talking to people who do not exist. Rebecca seeks help from her boyfriend and tries to investigate the root of these mysterious activities.

The Devil Inside

Isabella wants to make a documentary on exorcisms and finds someone who can feature in it. This person is Maria Rossi, who has killed three people due to the exorcism effects on her. Maria is currently living in a mental asylum, and Isabella decides to meet her.

The Conjuring

This is the first movie in the Conjuring universe. A family consults Ed and Lorraine Warren, who are demonologists, to make an evil spirit go away. Since the Perron family shifts in their farmhouse, they face unusual activities that signal towards something paranormal.

Ouija

The story of this movie revolves around an Ouija board. Laine finds the board in her dead friend Debbie’s room and decides that she will use it to talk to her friend. But Laine contacts a new spirit, and things are going to get out of hand.

Veronica

This is another movie surrounding an Ouija board. With a close friend’s help, a young girl tries to contact her dead father’s spirit but falls unconscious during the process. The children have reached evil spirits, and the events are going to be scary.

Horror movies are not everyone’s taste. There are a lot of guts required to watch these movies. Each of the films on the list above is certainly going to give you goosebumps.

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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 1, episode 6 recap and breakdown

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Summary

Episode 6 sees the group continue to walk into danger as their time is running out at Jurassic World.

This recap of Netflix’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 1, episode 6, “Welcome to Jurassic World” contains significant spoilers.

We recapped every episode — access the archive.


The opening

Darius and the group recover after their tiny crash. Yasmina leaves the vehicle upset and Sammy chases after her. Everyone is upset that Sammy lied about Brooklynn’s phone. It’s revealed that Sammy is on the camp to spy for a Mantah Corp who also wants to create dinosaurs. Yasmina feels used.

Heading to the park

There’s no time for any more arguing as a military helicopter starts shooting at the Indominus Rex. The helicopter loses control and the group head to the main park. They all hop on to some kayaks. Sammy, who is feeling upset, join Darius on one of the boats. They pass beautiful waterfalls and purple lit up algae. Sammy tells Darius she was trying to save her family and that she was doing all this for them.

Suddenly they see herbivores and admire them. The group eventually get out on the other side of the tunnel. But it’s out of the frying pan and into the fire as they end up in the Jurassic Park Lagoon. There’s a large underwater dinosaur circling them so they aggressively paddle to get away. As the dinosaur goes after Darius and Sammy, Yasmina distracts it. She then grabs a mechanical chain to get to the land which is controlled by Kenji. As Yasmina makes it, she drops the datapad in the water by accident — their signal drops so Roxie and David assume the worse.

The ending

Sammy thanks Yasmina for saving her but Yasmina states that they will never be friends. Brooklynn tells Sammy that if she gives Yasmina space, she may come round. Brooklyn admits that she’s done selfish things as well so she’s forgiven.

Darius looks over Jurassic World which is barren. He’s wanted to come here for years with his father. This is clearly a moment of perspective for Darius. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 1, episode 6 sees the group continue to walk into danger as their time is running out at Jurassic World.


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The Boys Spinoff In the Works at Amazon

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Are you ready for more from The Boys?


If so, we have great news.


The first spinoff of Amazon’s successful series is getting fast tracked.


Although I would have been tickled to death to see the first spinoff appropriately called The Girls, it’s not to be.


Super sad sigh right here.


Instead, the spinoff will focus on an upcoming group of Supes who are in, of all things, Supe college.

Anthony Starr as Homelander in The Boys Season 2


We know what Supe powers do to people as adults, so now we’re going to get a chance to see the younger crowd taking a Super-charged pass at things like sex, drugs, and going to class.


It’s described as part college show and part Hunger Games as it follows the up-and-comers as they compete to get the best Supe spots around the country in the most sought-after cities.


It sounds a lot like those who attend the FBI Academy and their quest to get the best assignments, expect, well, they’re serious.


Putting their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test will give this college group of Supes a lot to do as they entertain us.

Erin Moriarty as Starlight in The Boys Season 2


Craig Rosenberg, a producer on The Boys, is witting the spinoff set at America’s only Supe college.


It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the college is run by Vought International, which seems like a bit of a spoiler. Vought is not going anywhere anytime soon no matter how hard the Boys and their allies want to see it destroyed.


This fast-tracked spinoff won’t come as a surprise when you learn that The Boys, which was already a massive performer for Season 1, found The Boys Season 2 numbers outpacing the first season by 89%.


That’s a win for Amazon even with the weekly rollout, which I happen to enjoy very much.

Aya Cash as Stormfront on The Boys Season 2


Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television in association with Point Grey Pictures, Kripke Enterprises, and Original film are behind the spinoff.


Rosenberg will executive produce the spinoff along with The Boys showrunner Eric Kripke, Point Grey’s Seth Rogen, Even Goldberg, and James Weaver, and Original Films’ Neal H. Moritz and Pavun Shetty. Also executive producing are Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, who created The Boys comics.


And, before you ask, yes, indeed, the spinoff will be irreverent and raunchy as its big brother, so don’t rouse the kids to tell them this news.


It’s another show for the grownups, and that’s perfectly fine with me.

Carissa Pavlica is the managing editor and a staff writer and critic for TV Fanatic. She’s a member of the Critic’s Choice Association, enjoys mentoring writers, cats, and passionately discussing the nuances of television and film. Follow her on Twitter and email her here at TV Fanatic.

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