Jennifer Lopez’s comic book adaptation also received a Hungarian preview

This is how Buy it will be.

The new film of the UIP-Danube Film, Buy It (Marry Me), will be shown in cinemas on February 10th. The romantic comedy is based on a comic strip by Bobby Crosby, written by John Rogers and Tami Sagher and Harper Dill, directed by Kat Coiro. Starring Jennifer Lopez, Maluma and Owen Wilson. Here is the synced trailer.


The official synopsis of the film is: “Kat Valdez is half of the sexiest and most influential celebrity couple in the world, her partner is the cool new superstar, Bastian. While Kat and Bastian’s unavoidable hit, “Marry Me,” hits the top of the charts, the performers are preparing to band together in front of fans at a ceremony that will be streamed live on a number of platforms. For this concert, his daughter and best friend are dragging the divorced high school math teacher Charlie Gilbert. When Kat learns a few moments before the ceremony that Bastian has cheated on her assistant, her life turns left, collapses on stage, and she begins to doubt love, truth, and fidelity. As the soap bubble of his foamy world bursts, his gaze meets a stranger — a face in the crowd.
If what you know well lets you down, maybe it’s the answer you don’t know, so in an instant of inspired madness, Kat decides to marry Charlie. And what starts as an impulsive reaction slowly develops into unexpected love. But as the various forces join forces to separate them, the fundamental question arises: can two people, who come from so many different worlds, bridge the gap between the two of them, and can they create a place together where they both belong?

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