According to the two new movie posters that Netflix has unveiled for their next film, The Mother. Jennifer Lopez appears to be ready for anything. Lopez will play a former assassin in this new adventure who will come out of retirement when her daughter is in danger. The protagonist will attempt to mend their strained connection while also preserving their life because the two do not have a strong relationship. In this brand-new action story coming to the platform next month, trouble is never far away. After all, the actress has already blazed through challenging action sequences with ease.
In the popular action film Shotgun Wedding from Prime Video last year. Lopez played a bride who wasn’t going to let anyone ruin her big day. Lopez has also starred in a number of other prominent action films. Darcy (Lopez) and Tom (Josh Duhamel) learn that their friends and relatives have been abducted in an effort to obtain a sizable sum of money for rescue when they travel to a remote island for their wedding. The couple’s resilience in the face of threats surprised the villains. They blazed their way through an adventure that led to the identification of Darcy’s ex-partner as the perpetrator. This would undoubtedly rank among the most uncomfortable wedding celebrations, if such a list even existed.
Jennifer Lopez to star in Netflix ‘Atlas’ sci-fi thriller
While her subsequent film, Atlas, will also be made available on Netflix. The Mother will only be the start of what seems to be a fruitful collaboration between Lopez and the streaming service. The actress will appear in the upcoming science fiction thriller opposite Simu Liu, Sterling K. Brown, and Lana Parrilla.
Although the plot of Atlas is still a secret, the fact that filming on the project was wrapped up last year suggests that a release date will probably be announced shortly. The sci-fi tale was directed by the same Brad Peyton who wrote Sweet Girl for the streamer.
Who is Director of The Mother?
The story of the former assassin returning to save her daughter was being captured by the camera of Niki Caro. With her previous picture, a live-action adaptation of Disney’s Mulan, the New Zealand-born director made a strong impression.
Although though the film was released in the early stages of the epidemic. Fans were nevertheless able to appreciate its massive action sequences and compelling drama. Which were anchored by Yifei Liu’s determined performance. Lopez’s character has some debts to pay, so Caro will bring her skill for filming large-scale battle scenes to The Mother.
Before The Mother airs on Netflix on May 12, you can view the film’s first official posters below.