Eerily similar to her real-life relationship with Alex Rodriguez, Kat Valdez—the film's protagonist—is one half of a celebrity power couple. Valdez's upcoming wedding to Bastian, a music icon, is slated to be a huge spectable, even creating a hit song for the occasion fittingly called "Marry Me".
However, moments before walking down the aisle, Valdez learns that Bastian was unfaithful to her and impulsively choose to marry random audience member, Charlie Gilbert, instead.
"What begins as an impulsive reaction evolves into an unexpected romance," the official synopsis reads. "But as forces conspire to separate them, the universal question arises: Can two people from such different worlds bridge the gulf between them and build a place where they both belong?"
Fascinated? Check out the sneak peek below to see for yourself.
WATCH BELOW: Marry Me Sneak Peek
Who Is In The Cast Of Marry Me?
Marry Me is certainly jam-packed with star power. The film sees Jennifer Lopez (Maid In Manhattan, The Wedding Planner) star as superstar Kat Valdez, Owen Wilson (Zoolander, Midnight In Paris) as divorced math teacher Charlie Gilbert, and Latin singer Maluma in his feature film debut as Valdez's fiancé Bastian.
Joining the leads is comedian Sarah Silverman (School Of Rock) as Gilbert's best friend Parker Debbs, along with Jimmy Fallon as himself and comedian Michelle Buteau.
When Can We Watch Marry me In Australia
In a very clever move, Marry Me is set to arrive in cinemas on February 12, 2021—just two days before Valentine's Day. However, given the delays in production this year, we may see this date change.