"Shotgun Wedding"Josh Duhamel, Jennifer Lopez's on-screen husband, is credited with saving her life after a stunt gone bad.
"Shotgun Wedding," coproduced by Lopez's company, is a ridiculous fantasy set in the world of movies.
The R-rated "Shotgun Wedding" follows Darcy (Jennifer Lopez), Tom (Duhamel), and their divisive families as the couple weds in a destination wedding. The film is directed by the "Pitch Perfect" creators and produced by "The Proposal."
Despite the fact that we're almost past the point where the stench of death surrounds movies when they go straight to streaming, that assessment applies to "Shotgun Wedding."
"Shotgun Wedding" invitation is worth turning down because the movie is distributed through Amazon in the US.
Due to the casting of Duhamel to replace Armie Hammer, who quit the project in 2021 due to unfavorable reports about his dealings with several women, the movie gains possibly its most intriguing side element.
The simultaneous release of Jennifer Lopez's most disappointing marriage-themed rom-com, "Marry Me," in cinemas and on the streaming service Peacock highlights the difficult commercial environment for this genre
A chocolate-covered cherry with liqueur inside is called a "Shotgun Wedding." It begins as a glitzy but only passably entertaining romantic comedy about a couple who both experience anxiety the night before their big day.